Ross Greer speaking at Yes East Kilbride Speakers night
On the 7th April, the Scottish Green party officially launched its regional campaign for Central Scotland at a rally in Hamilton's town centre.
Scottish Greens Co-convenor Patrick Harvie and regional lead candidates Kirsten Robb and John Wilson highlighted the benefits that Green MSPs could bring to Central Scotland, emphasising that a better Scotland needs a bolder Holyrood.
Scottish Greens pledged their support for getting young people into work, education and training as party co-convener Patrick Harvie met members of the Street League project in Hamilton, Lanarkshire. Later today, the Scottish Greens will also launch their Mini Manifesto “Scotland Can guarantee a future for all its young people”.
Local campaigners and candidates from the Scottish Green Party were out in
big numbers earlier this week at train stations across Central Scotland to
highlight our policies on public transport provision, including the nationalisation
of the railways, re-regulation of bus services, and the introduction of
Come and join the discussion everyone welcome!
On Monday the 29th of February between 6 and 7 pm we will be holding a members-only social event to give you the chance to meet Patrick Harvie together with your top candidates for the Central Scotland Region.
Come get to know Patrick, Kirsten Robb and John Wilson, and enjoy some free pizza!
Congratulations to Steven Hannigan coming fourth in the Hamilton North and East By-election held on Thursday 21st January.
There will be a meeting for of the Target to Win group on February 3rd at 7 pm in the Wallace Tea Rooms.
All members welcome to come along and help with our South of Scotland Holyrood and local council election campaigns
Proposals by the Scottish Government to cut funding for initiatives that promote the recycling and reduction of waste have been criticized as unambitious by Kirsten Robb, Green MSP candidate for Central Scotland.