New stretch target
If we over-achieve, we will use some of that money to fund other candidates in Surrey.
We are raising funds to help ensure everyone has the opportunity to vote for a Green candidate in the General Election. Help us give people in Mole Valley and other parts of Surrey a real choice.
Jacquetta Fewster is a project manager for a health charity and has also worked as an environmental campaigner. She says:
“Mole Valley is a wonderful place, but for how much longer? Over-investment in South East England means our roads are already crammed to bursting point, air pollution threatens our health, and developers eye our precious countryside for yet more executive homes. At the same time, support for renewable energy and insulating older homes has been cut. The Green Party believes in equality, creating green jobs, protecting our public services, and tackling climate change.”
Other ways you can help
If you aren’t able to contribute financially, you can still help Jacquetta’s campaign by telling your friends or sharing this page on social media, and by helping to deliver leaflets, or display a poster at election time.
Finally, of course, don’t forget that your vote counts on 7 May! Register here to vote in the 2015 General Election
Jacquetta Fewster & Mole Valley Green Party
Some important information
The Electoral Commission requires that anyone who donates £50 or more to a political party must be registered to vote. If you aren't currently registered, you can register at https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.The Electoral Commission also requires us to log the full names and address of these donors. Please rest assured, your details will not be used for any other purposes, but must be handed over to the Commission upon request.
Promoted by Tony Cooper on behalf of Mole Valley Green Party and Jacquetta Fewster, both c/o 13 Albert Road, Ashtead KT21 1BJ.