Cardiff and Vale Green Party

Climate Emergency and sustainable transport campaign

On Friday 25th January Cardiff Green Party launched our Cardiff #ClimateEmergency campaign with a well attended and successful action on Westgate Street during the morning rush hour. We distributed leaflets and engaged with the public on the need for urgent local action to tackle the climate crisis. Cardiff Green Party are calling on Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan and RCT councils recognise the Climate emergency and commit to real action on reducing emissions. The first stage of the campaign is a call for cleaner, greener, more sustainable and accesible public transport. 

We are planning a second action on Saturday 9th February. We will be meeting at the Aneurin Bevan statue at the end of Queen Street at 11am. Placards and leaflets will be provided. Please do come along if you’re free and let others know who might be interested.

A third action  will take place Friday 22nd February 8.30 am to 9.30 am – junction of City/Albany/Crwys/Richmond Roads, Cardiff


Climate Emergency Action

Electric Transport briefing


Next meeting Monday February 18th 

The main focus of our monthly meeting will be an informal discussion on:

Standing as an Election Candidate

 It can be a daunting prospect to be on a ballot paper even as a ‘paper’ candidate where there is no expectation of activity. People with experience will answer questions and give guidance on the process, the support available, what to expect and how to answer those awkward questions.

All meetings for 2019 -

3rd Monday of Month

7pm for 7.15 start

The Café, Cathays Community Centre,

36 – 38 Cathays Terrace, CF24 4HX


Come along and meet fellow greens and find out more about local activities and campaign updates.


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