Social event at Margaret Wright orchardHappy Greens at an outdoors social

Events

Here you can find a list of our local party events. Details are sent to members via email and are promoted via our social media pages. 

Members' Meetings and committee meetings

Members' meetings usually occur quarterly and include a full campaign update. Committee meetings are monthly, and all members are welcome to attend. Meetings will be via Zoom unless otherwise specified. If you would like to join a meeting or submit an agenda point please let us know by email and we will make sure you receive the Zoom details. 

- Committee meeting, Wednesday 15 December, 7:30 - 9pm

Social Events and action days

Please do feel free to get in touch with us beforehand if you've never been to any of our events. We can give you a friendly introduction to the local party and its members. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to send us an email.

Sunday 28th November, 2 -3 pm: Tree planting social on Logan's meadow

Please come along to our Tree Planting Social on Logans Meadow!

We need 10 volunteers from the Green Party. Email us with your name, email and phone number so we can book you in to our reserved slot. Afterwards there will be a table booked at Othersyde, so please join us for this too.

Regional Events

Visit the Eastern Region Green Party's website to find out more information about our campaigns and events across the region.

Videos of Past Talks

Below are the recordings of our past 'In Discussion' talks. You can view these all at our YouTube channel.  

Renewing democracy after Brexit - How do we make votes matter in Cambridgeshire? In Discussion with Paul Browne (recording coming soon)

LGBT+ History - what we can learn from the past to influence the future. In Discussion with Kefentse Dennis, Lily Martin and Grace Anderson (recording coming soon)

Climate Justice and the Need for a Global Green New Deal. In Discussion with Alex Lenferna

Building new structures for fairer and more ecological future. In Discussion With Looby McNamara (recording coming soon)

How can active transport help deliver a sustainable future? In Discussion With Mark Strong

A Cambridge...Doughnut? In Discussion with Clara Todd

The Black Lives Matter movement going forwards: In Discussion with Kefentse Dennis, Nannette Youssef and Safiya Mawusi (recording coming soon)

Why the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill is such an important law; In Discussion With Caroline Lucas and Dr Scott Archer-Nicholls

Trans Rights in 2020; In Discussion with Kathryn Bristow  

Farming, Food and Soil Health; In Discussion with Natalie Bennett

Permaculture and Practical Solutions for a World in Crisis; In Discussion with Maddy Harland

Cambridge Growth Beyond Reason; In Discussion with David Plank

Eating Our Way Out of Climate Change; In Discussion with Sarah Bridle

Our Last Chance to Save a World that Won't Be Saved; In Discussion with Rupert Read

Imagining a World Post-Covid; In Discussion with Rob Hopkins

Building Back a Better Economy after Covid-19; In Discussion with Molly Scott Cato

Aviation, Shipping and Globalisation after Global Lockdown; In Discussion with Catherine Rowett