07 May 2017
Chichester and Bognor Green Party are delighted to have secured a strong second place in Thursday’s local council elections. After months of serious campaigning in the target ward of Chichester South, where Sarah Sharp is already a well-known and highly respected City Councillor, activists were celebrating success.
01 May 2017
Just a few of the volunteers with Sarah Sharp, our candidate, who went our doorknocking and leafletting in Chichester South on Bank Holiday Saturday!
10 April 2017
Sarah Sharp, Green City Councillor, has condemned Government cuts to benefits and zero-hours contracts, which have forced the closure of the Foyer.
23 March 2017
A new Forum in Chichester has been set up to provide a series of meetings where local people can come together and discuss issues that threaten to unravel the fabric of our tolerant society.
20 March 2017
Sarah Sharp, City Councillor for Chichester South, set up a dining room table and chairs this morning in Chichester's busy Eastgate Square and engaged members of the public in conversation about Earth Hour.
12 March 2017
International Earth Hour is on the evening of Saturday 25th March, when people around the world will turn off their lights and enjoy the beauty of candlelight.
07 March 2017
Air pollution is a growing problem in the overcrowded South East, and one that Chichester and Bognor residents are becoming increasingly concerned about.
02 March 2017
Local Green campaigners are delighted by the news that Transport Minister Chris Grayling has cancelled the controversial A27 bypass upgrading scheme for Chichester.
20 February 2017
Over 100 banner drops took place on Friday 20th January as people across the world responded to the inauguration of Donald Trump. A banner saying Bridges Not Walls was dropped at the bridge over the Lavant in Chichester at 12 noon.
17 February 2017
The West Sussex Minerals Plan – jointly proposed by West Sussex County Council and the South Downs National Park Authority – is currently up for public consultation. Chichester Green Party has studied the plan and found some worrying anomalies which the public should be aware of. City Councillor Sarah Sharp recently brought these to the attention of the City Council, who did not officially comment.