Julie Wood, Green Party candidate in Dukinfield



I am Julie Wood and I am standing for the Green Party in Dukinfield.

Attending the Spring Conference strengthened my sense that Green Party policies on Social Justice and the Environment (which are interlinked) are the policies of my own heart and mind. Since I think that social justice and traditional green issues go together and that the Green Party’s policies are now the viable, exciting way to ensure a possible, happy, human and natural future, I became a member of the Green Party.

In particular, both as a volunteer at a Tameside foodbank, and as a jobseeker I am well aware of the impact of “Austerity”. I know too that it is not necessary, that it enriches a very few at the cost of most of us, and that there is a far better alternative. Join me. Create the alternative. Vote Green.


Jean Smee, Green Party candidate in Stalybridge North.


My name is Jean Smee and I am standing for the Green Party in Stalybridge North. Although I have lived in the ward for 40 years and seen many changes, good and bad, my concerns are for the future.Tameside Council has said they would welcome the search for shale gas in the borough. This process, involving drilling down and vertically under people’s land and homes, would result in Tameside being littered with abandoned drill heads and any gas deposits found would be of only short term use.

They have said that they will not allow any building on the Greenbelt but there are plans before the council to do just that in Stalybridge North.
These plans do not even include affordable homes, of which there is a shortage in the Borough.

Residents are suffering because of the government cut backs and because the Council seems unable or unwilling to protect the most vulnerable – The Green Party would work for a citizen’s income so that everyone would be able to sustain a decent standard of living.
Vote Green for the Future