Another great action day

February 5, 2019

Thank you to everyone who turned out at the weekend for our latest action day, ahead of the local elections in May. We met at the café at the Light Railway Station in Hythe on a rare sunny morning (the sun always shines of the Green Party!) and covered large parts of the Hythe Rural and Hythe wards.

We have other action days coming up (see events) and these are always social, fun affairs and we tend to meet back for lunch. There are also lots of other opportunities to leaflet, canvass and provide other help (we are already taking orders for Vote Green boards and posters!) so do please make contact if you are able to help our campaign to bring the much needed change we need on our local councils.

Among the 20 or so on Saturday were all of our Hythe candidates, including Georgina with her stunning electric cargo bike (see main photo – watch out for this around the area and give her a wave!).

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