You have the chance to vote twice for the Green Party here in North Norfolk – at national level and at local level. Some of us are already serving on parish and town councils, so Green issues are growing. Oh, and check out national membership and @The Green Party, @mmfgreen and @NNGreens on Twitter too… is there no end to the ways you can access the Green Party?
I have been reminded by my colleagues and my latest subscription (as we are out in rural Norfolk) to Big Issue magazine… this election is very much about social media so I will try to Tweet with the best of ‘em – read my green burblings at @mmfgreen. You can also follow North Norfolk Green Party on Twitter (@NNGreenparty) and Facebook.
Today I saw another swallow, having seen my first two weeks ago near How Hill, our riverside education facility. Riding my bicycle yesterday, I met great clouds of little black thunder beetle or harvest beetle bugs – more a sign of summer I thought.
It is heartening to see so many new, enthusiastic faces at recent stalls and meetings. You are all important, especially into the future when the Green Surge needs to be sustained (organically?) way beyond the astounding membership of 55,000, which is rising weekly.
I've been busy representing the Green Party at meetings and events around the region.
Your candidate has been savouring retirement from paid employment with a myriad of eco-volunteering opportunities and activities.