Mole Valley, Epsom and Ewell Green Party 2017

We're fundraising to ensure everyone in Mole Valley, Epsom & Ewell has the opportunity to vote for Green candidates in the General Election.

We did it!

On 14th Jul 2017 we successfully raised £603 with 14 supporters in 56 days


Jacquetta Fewster, Candidate, Mole Valley

Jacquetta Fewster has lived in Dorking for 17 years and works for a cancer charity. She is active in her local community as a volunteer with her local health walks project, and with Transition Dorking. She says: 

“We’re standing for an economy that works for everyone, not just the privileged few, and protection of our precious environment.

“I’m particularly concerned about air pollution, which is contributing to 40,000 premature deaths in the UK every year, and stacking up health problems for our children throughout their lives. This is a scandal, and the Green Party is backing the campaign to hold the Government to account on its failure to clean up our polluted air. In Mole Valley we have several schools by busy roads and we’ll be working to monitor and act on any risks to children and other vulnerable people”.

About Janice Baker, Candidate, Epsom & Ewell

Dr Janice Baker teaches at a local language school, previously lectured in politics and community development in Africa, and now lives with her son and two cats in Epsom. She says:

“I’ve lived in Epsom and Ewell for 25 years and share local concern about inadequate social care, insufficient affordable housing, traffic congestion, air pollution and diminishing green spaces.

A big issue for the election campaign is making it easier for people to get around using public transport. Southern Rail has been an absolute blight for commuters and the Government hasn’t sorted out the issue.  Privatisation of our railways hasn’t worked and it’s high time this huge national asset was taken back under state control.  Why not when the government has been bailing them out to the tune of £4 billion per annum?  Despite charging the highest fares in the world, our trains suffer the worst over-crowding in Europe:  no wonder when 90% of the profits are returned to shareholders rather than being re-invested.”


Some Important Information:

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Promoted by Tony Cooper on behalf of Mole Valley Green Party and Jacquetta Fewster, both c/o 13 Albert Road, Ashtead KT21 1BJ.

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