Our Greenview newsletter is the most direct way we show we care about the community. It is attractively laid out, illustrated with photographs, and contains stories of local interest. The newsletter editorial team updates on current issues of concern and conveys how hard our councillors and the green team as a whole work on behalf of all members of the community. It is tangible evidence of our core value on working for a fairer and sustainable future.
Four times a year, more at election time, volunteers hand deliver 5000 newsletters in Halesworth and 7,000 Bungay and 10,000 Beccles (and the surrounding villages). We aim to get to even the most remote rural homes. This activity also ensures our supporters have a stake in community action and builds a strong team. We know from feedback that the newsletter is well received and that no other political party has the same reach and coverage throughout the year.
The newsletter also contains practical information: who to contact for help in the community, our own contact details and social media links, and the dates of our meetings.
We deliver regular local newsletters, not just at election time, to keep you up to date with all the incredible work our Councillors and members have been up to. Welcome to contribute to them, or if you’d like to be part of our dynamic leafleting distribution team, just let us know, you are welcome.
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Here, in this newsletter archive, is a history of all that the Greens have done since 2010. Imagine all of that distribution!
Beccles GreenView Autumn 2020
Beccles GreenView Spring 2020
Halesworth GreenView Winter 2020
Halesworth GreenView Autumn 2020
Sizewell C Stage 3 nuclear power station development consultation
Beccles, Worlingham, North Cove and Barnby GreenView February 2019
Gunton & St Margaret’s District Election Leaflet 2019
Halesworth GreenView Winter 2019
Halesworth GreenView Autumn 2019
Beccles, Worlingham, North Cove and Barnby GreenView Winter 2018
Beccles GreenView Summer 2018
Beccles GreenView Winter 2018
Beccles GreenView Summer 2017
12th May 2017 – Green Party Parliamentary Candidate for Waveney
Beccles GreenView Winter 2017
Beccles GreenView Autumn 2016
Beccles GreenView Summer 2016
General Election April 2015
Beccles South GreenView April 2015
Beccles North GreenView April 2015
Bungay GreenView April 2015
19th January 2015 – Whose Railways? Our Railways!
Bungay Winter 2015 GreenView
Beccles Winter 2015 GreenView
Beccles Autumn 2014 GreenView
10th August 2014 – New Bus Service to Beccles Farmers Market
28th July 2014 – Waveney only saved from Fracking by its geology
25th July 2014 – Government decision to raise rural speed limit for HGVs is short-sighted and dangerous, says Suffolk Green Party
Suffolk GreenView Spring 2014
February 2014 – Waveney Greenpeace Winter Fair
January 2014 – Greens welcome new direct bus service between Beccles and the James Paget Hospital
January 2014 – Greens say renewables deserve tax breaks, not fracking
Suffolk GreenView Winter 2013/14
Suffolk GreenView Aug/Sept 2013
Newsletter of the Green Party in Lowestoft and Kessingland 2013
23rd November 2011 – Sue Bergin selected by the Green Party to contest Worlingham by-election
7th May 2011 – A HUGE thank you to everyone in Bungay who voted Green
3rd May 2011 – Greens put Conservatives on the back foot in Bungay
27th April 2011 – Harbour ward, there is an alternative
3rd March 2011 – Rally at Beccles Library
3rd March 2011 – Greens take MP on Cycling Tour of Beccles
2nd March 2011 – Old Farm Road Woodland Destruction
7th August 2010 – Beccles Lido Re-opens!
July 2010 – VIPs view Beccles from their saddles
6th July 2010 – A report from Cllr. Graham Elliott
21st June 2010 – New Cycle Maps for Waveney
8th June 2010 – A report from Cllr. Graham Elliott
May 2010 – Louis Barfe now ‘One of the Above’
20th April 2010 – Green Party making steady progress
13th April 2010 – Full Slate for Waveney Greens on May 6th
April 2010 – Greens back Wind Power with Real Community Benefit
March 2010 – Greens help save Swimming Pool
February 2010 – Greens create new cycle link
January 2010 – Greens fight for improved rail service