General Election


Ahead of December's General Election, the Green Party candidate for Mid-Worcestershire and the Vale of Evesham has been announced as Dr Sue Howarth.

A former science education lecturer and current chair of the Royal Society of Biology, West Midlands, Sue is an expert in the study of living things and the ideal candidate to champion the Green Party's local and national policies.

Putting the environment and local community issues at the heart of her manifesto, Sue has strong opinions on the current state of politics and the divisions that exist within our communities.



Representing you in wychavon

The Mid-Worcestershire & the Vale Green Party nominate candidates for the Wychavon District and Parish Local Elections

The area is divided into 12 County Council Divisions,32 district Wards, and 109 parish wards.


Find your ward: Click here to view Election Boundary Maps (external link)





We can make a difference

Local Elections


While many voters only turn out for general elections, it is often the results of local elections that have the most significant effect on day-to-day life.


We believe that 'political balance' is a vital component of a strong local council. Lack of balance fails to represent the views and opinions of many of the region's residents. 

With your votes, we have started to change the balance of our local Town and District councils so that they better represent the many local people that are concerned with green issues in the region.





Beryl joined the Green Party in 2019  standing for election in the Evesham South Town Councillor by-election.


Beryl says:  "I am very saddened and worried by the rapid disappearing of our local shops. It's so handy to be in walking distance of shops. I am worried about our local economy and want to do all I can to see local business thriving.

I live in the ward that I represent and will be sure to always act in the local community's best interests".



Julie has been involved in the Green Party from the early days when it was the "Ecology Party" and was one of the founders of the Evesham Green Party (now expanded to Mid-Worcestershire & The Vale Green Party).

Julie is an active member of the community and champions good causes, including setting up a water refill scheme in Evesham to reduce plastic waste and save people money.

Julie was elected as Town Councillor in 2017 and as a District Councillor in 2019.



Ed was honoured to become one of Evesham's first District Councillors following the May 2019 local elections.

Dedicated to improving his local community, Ed is passionate about preserving Evesham's green corridor of river, parks and fields.

A keen walker, Ed is determined to improve local cycling and walking routes and will campaign for better access to public transport for all and the introduction of a 20mph speed limit.



Norbert started the local Green Party with his wife Julie Tucker because of their love of protecting our environment. 


Norbert became the first Green Councillor and has been representing the Green Party in the Bengeworth Ward for many years.


Norbert has enjoyed seeing the rise of the local party and as Treasurer ensures that the pennies and pounds are accounted for.


Sarah Cohen

Group Coordinator

I believe it is important that the views of local people are represented in Wychavon.  This can be best achieved by a political diversity on the council allowing constructive debate leading to cooperative decisions.

Neil Franks

I want the people of Droitwich to  have the opportunity to vote for a candidate that will challenge the council to ensure that future decisions reverse the appalling lack of social mobility for many of our youngsters.

Ed Cohen

I lived and ran Robbins the bakers, in Port Street for 25 years and love the area. I came with my wife and daughter to Evesham as a great place for my family to thrive and grow – it soon grew to a second daughter! I have always been passionate about locally produced food and thriving independent businesses being at the heart of the town.

Darren Corbett

Communications Officer

 I believe strongly in the core priorities of the Green Party - protection of the environment, development of sustainable housing, creation of employment opportunities in the environmental and natural sector, better transport and local amenities for all, and am also of the opinion that nature, food-growing, and self-sufficiency should feature prominently within primary years education.

Sheila Grant

I believe it is important for people to have the opportunity to vote for a party that is concerned about the future of our communities at a local and global level.
The Green Party already holds the balance of power or is the official opposition in a number of West Midlands councils, and we need to enable to hold councillors in Wychavon to account over their policies and plans. 

Patrick Hogan

Strategy Coordinator



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