Our campaigning and other activities cover the District of South Cambridgeshire. This area contains the Westminster constituency of South Cambridgeshire and part of the constituency of South East Cambridgeshire. For European elections we fall into the East of England constituency.
This is a little complicated to understand! These external websites may help:
- The Ordnance Survey provides a helpful interactive map showing the different electoral boundaries. Click here for the map of our area.
- To find out who your current elected representatives are at each level of government, go to the website Write To Them and enter your postcode.
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.
We stand candidates in the South Cambridgeshire District Council elections. Next election: May 2022
In September 2015, the Council took the decision to move to 'all-out' elections, starting from 2018. This means that every four years 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. Since the 2018 elections South Cambridgeshire district council is under Liberal Democrat control - prior to that, the Conservative party had overall control of the council since 2007.
We stand candidates in the Cambridgeshire County Council elections (for those divisions that fall with South Cambridgeshire). Next election: May 2021
All county councillors are elected once every four years. The Cambridgeshire county council is currently under Conservative control.
We stand a candidate for the South Cambridgeshire constituency. East Cambridgeshire Green Party stands a candidate for the South East Cambridgeshire constituency.
The next general election is expected on 5 May 2022 under the Fixed-term Parliaments Act, unless special circumstances apply.
We support Green candidates to represent the East of England in European Parliament. Elections take place every five years. The most recent election took place on 23 May 2019, returning a record 7 Green MEPs for the UK. Whether the UK participates in any future elections depends on the outcome of the Brexit process.