07 October 2019
With a General Election almost certainly just around the corner, come and support our work to gain a second Green MP - here on the Isle of Wight.
02 August 2019
Join us for the lecture "Rebels with THE cause: a possibility of a Green future" by Dr Rupert Read. Why is it important for you to join the growing numbers demanding radical action to tackle the climate crisis? What action is necessary? And how Hope and positivity can offer us the very real possibility of a Green future.
08 April 2019
Local Greens joined Islanders for Europe at the 'Put It To The People' demonstration in London on Saturday 23rd March.
05 April 2019
Asian Hornet's are a non-native species and a danger to native bees, so any sightings should be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively on the Asian Hornet Watch app available from your smartphone store.
10 January 2019
In a straw poll of over 400 Isle of Wight Green Party members and supporters, 90% voted in favour of plans to reintroduce white-tailed eagles into the wild on the Island.
02 January 2019
The Isle of Wight Council has published a draft Island Planning Strategy which will open up many more of our green fields for large-scale speculative development. In the words of the new head of Planning, this strategy is the realisation of the ruling Conservative group's 2017 election manifesto.
09 June 2017
The Isle of Wight Green Party is celebrating after its candidate Vix Lowthion's 12,915 votes were named the second highest for the Green Party nationally, by either total votes or vote share, beaten only by sitting Brighton MP Caroline Lucas. The 17.3% vote share was up 37% from the 9,404 votes that Miss Lowthion received in her 2015 breakthrough on the Island.
10 May 2016
Isle of Wight Green Dragons is a new group of entrepreneurs, community activists, and business people who are committed to developing strong, sustainable economic communities on the Isle of Wight with a social, ethical and green perspective.
26 May 2014
Keith Taylor has been re-elected as the Green Party’s Member of the European Parliament for South East England, a regional constituency which includes the Isle of Wight. Keith was re-elected with 211,706 votes across the region.