11 April 2017
On Saturday 29th April, Young Greens of England and Wales are set to host the Spring Action Day, where Young Greens throughout England and Wales, alongside a number of party spokespeople will come together to help get more greens elected.
This bi-national event, held the week before the May elections, is comprised of 10 actions run by Wales Young Greens and regional Young Green groups in England. By attending, Young Greens will be able to meet greens from their region and be trained by some of the Green Party’s most experienced activists on campaigning. In key areas, members will also have the chance to meet some of the Green Party’s key spokespeople, including Co-Leader and MP Caroline Lucas, Deputy Leader Amelia Womack and member of the London Assembly Sian Berry.
On the evening of Friday 28th April, Young Greens will also be hosting a social in each area, themed on the social media phenomenon, Ed Balls Day, giving members a chance to meet others before the Spring Action Day gets started.
Hannah Ellen Clare, Co-Chair of the Young Greens of England and Wales said:
“This is a great way for Young Greens to get involved if they haven’t done before. With so many exciting events happening across the country, there will be something happening in your area.
I encourage all our members to get active and join us to help get more greens elected! ”
There will be a Spring Action Day event and an Ed Balls Day Celebration in every region of England, as well as two in Wales. These are as follows:
London Young Greens: Newham (Sian Berry attending)
South East Young Greens: Redhill (Caroline Lucas attending)
Young Greens East: Norwich
Midlands Young Greens: Leamington Spa (Amelia Womack attending)
Yorkshire & the Humber Young Greens: York (Natalie Bennett attending)
North East Young Greens: Durham
North West Young Greens: Gorton, Manchester
South West Young Greens: Bristol (Molly Scott Cato attending)
For more information on the event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org