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Why we should hold a referendum on a Council Tax increase

19th February, 2014

Dear Sir I welcome the debate about holding a referendum on raising council tax. Kenneth Bowler (Telegraph 12/2/14) dismisses the … Full Story »

Messages to Julie Dore. Save our Libraries!

18th February, 2014


Surround the Town Hall with library book readers! Tuesday 18th Feb 4.30pm

16th February, 2014

This is the week when Sheffield City Councillors will decide on the future of our libraries. Please support these two … Full Story »

Jillian Creasy’s diary – February 2nd 2014

12th February, 2014

Sunday. Canvassing. NAR. [Not Actually Raining!] Monday – Work in Town Hall most of the day, then visited a friend … Full Story »

Unrealistic to expect volunteers to run the libraries on their own.

11th February, 2014

Cllr Jillian Creasy, Green Group leader on Sheffield Council, comments: “This latest Sheffield Council announcement falls a long way short … Full Story »

Vote Green in the Arbourthorne by-election Feb 6th

6th February, 2014

  Sheffield Green Party’s candidate for the Arbourthorne by-election on February 6th  was Jennyfer Barnard. Result Labour…………..1398  52.2%UKIP………………..482  18%Conservative…….213   8%TUSC……………….204   … Full Story »

Let Sheffield people decide

6th February, 2014

It’s the time of year when Sheffield City Council has to set its annual budget. Sheffield Green Party knows how … Full Story »

Library campaign have one week before budget proposals are announced.

4th February, 2014

The Star published this letter today but missed out the crucial sentence highlighted in bold. The Broomhill Library Action Group … Full Story »

Jillian Creasy. Diary week ending Jan 11th

12th January, 2014

This was my first full week back after the Christmas holidays and the first of the New Year. I did … Full Story »

The only party offering alternatives to austerity and cuts.

10th January, 2014

The fight to prevent the proposed library service cuts in Sheffield is coming to a crucial stage. On Wednesday campaigners … Full Story »