Local Elections


This May 2nd, Sandwell Green Party is standing a record 18 candidates for Sandwell Council. Last year, we stood 15 candidates – and became Sandwell's 3rd largest party.

Sandwell Green Party is growing, with an active and passionate supporter base working for the good of the local community. This is not a coincidence. Sandwell residents have grown weary of Labour. They hold all 72 seats with no accountability.

It's time for a change. The Green Party offers a fresh alternative, a radical alternative. The local elections in May 2019 are a chance to take a stand, to unleash the power of fresh thinking and communities to make lives better — to vote Green.

Green councillors are beholden to no-one apart from the residents they serve. They believe in listening to residents and trusting local people with the power to transform their lives and the places they love.

The Green plan to unleash the power of local will protect and revive our communities, after years of neglect and decline.

Our Candidates

Ward Candidate
Abbey Mike Allen
Blackheath Aldo Mussi
Bristnall Sue O’Dell
Cradley Heath and Old Hill Paul Connor
Great Barr with Yew Tree Dani Waugh
Greets Green and Lyng Fiona Pitt
Oldbury Jody Waugh
Langley Frederic Lacroix
Newton Hannah Valenzuela
Old Warley Samantha Lyster
Rowley Heather Allen
Smethwick Stephanie Buckman
Soho and Victoria Rob Buckman
St. Pauls Fabienne Ottridge
Tipton Green Richard Jeffcoat
Tividale Keir Williams
Wednesbury North Mark Redding
West Bromwich Central Ryan Ottridge

Read the Local Programme

Across England, thousands of Greens are standing in the Local Elections for 2019.

The Green Programme for Local Government is radical – to unleash the power of local to protect and revive our communities, after years of neglect and decline.

It’s a plan for a civic renaissance, and together we can deliver it.

We are proud to do politics differently but we need determined, caring people like you to help us make it happen. Join the thousands of people who are already members and stand up for what matters. Vote Green this May 2nd.