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Newsletters

January 2018

A Green Manifesto - Preparing for the borough council elections in 2019.

The COP23 UN Climate Conference - Three of our members joined a recent delegation to this conference in Bonn.

Autumn 2017

Better care closer to home (Buxton version, click here- Looking at changes to community health care in the region.

A Greener Glossopdale (Glossop version, shown left) - An update about the environmentally focused conference held with Glossopdale Labour Party.

Hen Harrier Day - A report from this national day of action in Sheffield.

January-February 2017

Air pollution -High Peak Greens have started a clean air campaign..

Government health warning .The NHS is in crisis and the government is in denial. What can we do?

Winter 2016

Why I joined the Green Party - Climate change is the greatest threat in today's world

Wildlife conservation . Only the Green Party has policies to defend our wildlife

Autumn 2016

Sustainable housing - More housing is definitely needed across the UK, but the method of planning that the government has imposed on councils isn’t the right way to go about it.

 

Save Spencer ward . Spencer ward at Cavendish Hospital Buxton provides greatly valued care for older people with mental health problems. It recently was awarded a gold star for the quality of care. But it’s threatened with closure in a review of mental health services in North Derbyshire.

More than a Food bank

The High Peak foodbank has been providing emergency food parcels to people in need in the local community since 2007. But it hasn’t stopped at that.

July 2016

Referendum - People in Britain are angry at the status quo – and they’ve expressed that anger by voting to leave the EU.

A safe climate or unlimited growth . Climate scientist Kevin Anderson, a resident of the High Peak, warns that we can't avoid catastrophic climate change unless we change our economic model