Friday, 17 October 2014

Getting our message across, social care crisis, protecting the NHS all in Reading Green News

You may have heard that UKIP have been invited to the general election leaders debate but the Green Party have not. Frustrating!

We cannot rely on national TV and newspapers to give us fair coverage, but we can rely on ourselves to fund, print and deliver newsletters to get our message out there. Can you chip in?

In East Reading where we have three councillors we put out quarterly newsletters and we are looking at expanding this work into neighbouring Redlands Ward and beyond. We are also hoping to get more General Election leaflets out across the wider Reading area.

Our newsletters cost about £30 per thousand. If you could donate £5, £10 or more towards our printing costs that would help us get our message of a fairer, healthier and more affordable society out to more people.

You can donate here:

Below is a brief update on what Reading and Wokingham Green Party has up to recently:

What does social care mean to you?

Greens support strike to save the NHS

Older residents the focus of benefits take up campaign in Reading

Green Party calls for action on station cycle parking

If you've got any feedback, ideas or want to get more involved please get in touch.

Please feel free to forward this on to other interested people and as always, for more recent news from the Green Party, to join us, or to find out more about our policies, go to:

Best wishes
Rob White, Josh Williams and Jamie Whitham
Green Party councillors

PS the Green Party is a democratic membership led organisation. The more members we have the more we can get done. Please consider joining:

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