South Cambridgeshire Green Party

Next Elections



District Council Elections

In September 2015, the Council took the decision to move to 'all-out' elections, starting from 2018.  This means that on 3 May 2018, and every four years after that, all seats on the District Council will be contested at the same time. This replaces the previous system where a third of councillors were elected each year. The South Cambridgeshire district council is currently under Conservative control.

County Council Elections

All county councillors are elected once every four years. The next county council election is expected in May 2017. The Cambridgeshire county council is currently under Conservative control.

General Elections to UK Parliament

The next general election is expected on in 2020, unless special circumstances apply, under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act.

European Elections

In the May 2014 European Parliamentary elections, the Green Party gained its third MEP, though sadly Dr Rupert Read was not elected in the Eastern Region. The next European Parliamentary election is expected in 2019.


Interested in standing as a Green candidate? 


Get in touch to find out more. Candidates will need to be a member of the Green Party and to agree with our key policies and philosophy. You would also need to be prepared to work hard speaking to voters on the doorstep to get elected. If elected as a councillor, you'd need to commit to around 15-20 hours a week.


Want to help? Find out how you can get involved. 

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