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Chas Ball meets Caroline Lucas

Green Party PPC for Colne Valley, Chas Ball (above) meets party leader, Caroline Lucas at spring party conference in London. Chas Ball contested Crosland Moor & Netherton ward in the 2008 Kirklees Council elections.

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Adrian Cruden campaigning in Dewsbury

Adrian is the Green PPC for Dewsbury and is a Parish Councillor on Kirkburton Parish Council. He is pictured here campaigning in the Dewsbury South by-election in summer 2009.



Green Councillor is Kirklees Mayor

Cllr. Julie Stewart-Turner (below) is the first Green councillor to be appointed as Mayor. She is the first Green councillor to be mayor of a major metropolitan authority. Julie represents Newsome ward on Kirklees Council and is chair of Newsome Ward Community Forum. She is pictured speaking at Batley Girls High School's International Climate Change Weekend of events held in July 2009.


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For Press enquiries contact Cllr Andrew Cooper on 07721 348619 or Chas Ball on 07970 666146. Edited by Chas Ball for Kirklees Green Party

Cllr Andrew Cooper (Newsome Ward) & Leader, Green Group on Kirklees Council ( pictured below). At the top of this column he is seen launcing the last of the new roadsigns welcoming visitors t the town. This was the culmination of a campaign Andrew launched to replace Welsome to Kirklees signs with Huddersfield signs.

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