Tong Ward Green Party

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Standing up for our community

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Working hard all year round, not just at election time

Tong Ward Green Party and community campaigner Matt Edwards have been campaigning on a number of big issues around Tong Ward.

This ranges from trying to tackle the fly- tipping problem in our area, protecting our green spaces and making the areas safer.

In 2019, Matt was within one vote of becoming the first Green Party councillor for Bradford South

If you have any issues that you want Matt to look into, please get in touch:

Email: matt.edwards@greenparty.org.uk

Twitter: @greenmattbfd

Your Tong Ward Team

Latest Tong Ward News

Response to Bradford Council’s claims that it has not failed Holmewood residents

30th August 2020 | 0 Comments

Matt Edwards, the Green Party campaigner for Tong Ward has responded to claims by Bradford Council that it has not failed the people of Holmewood. Following a planning meeting on the future of the Holmewood Social Club on Wednesday (26th August), Bradford Council was accused of failing the people of Holmewood. This came following the […]

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Calls for Incommunities to sort out blight site in Bierley

20th August 2020 | 0 Comments

A community campaigner has demanded that a community housing company get their act together after derelict land in Bierley is constantly blighted by fly-tipping. Matt Edwards, the Green Party community campaigner for Tong Ward has called on Incommunities to sell the land on the corner of Fairfax Avenue and Hyne Avenue or build houses on […]

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Green Party respond to increased lock down rules in Bradford

31st July 2020 | 0 Comments

The Green Party has responded to government announcements of new lock-down measures across Bradford District and other areas of Northern England. Councillor Martin Love, leader of the Green Party Group on Bradford District Council, said: “The government’s lacklustre approach to track and trace has failed. “Announcing major new lock-down measures on Twitter with less than […]

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