Amber Valley Green Party holds regular, monthly meetings for members, supporters and anyone interested in Green issues. Usually we alternate between business meetings which focus on the ongoing work of the party, and 'Politics and a Pint' sessions which are social get-togethers although we often have a green theme as the basis for discussion. Both types of event are relaxed and informative and will give you a chance to meet and chat with other Green Party members and activists. We encourage everyone to air their views and ask questions so please come along to find out what the Greens are doing in Amber Valley and to meet the people involved.
Our next bi-monthly Politics and a Pint gathering will be on Thursday 16 June at 7.30 pm.
We will be meeting in the upstairs room at the Dead Poets Inn, 38 Chapel Street, Holbrook, DE56 0TQ. Come and find us in the conservatory at the back.
These meetings are less formal than our business meetings, where we would talk about the next steps and our current campaigns.
Therefore, it provides all attendees excellent opportunities to discuss green issues in a friendly atmosphere and share ideas with fellow members and supporters.
We welcome members old, new and would-be so come along and bring your friends.
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