Welcome to Dunbartonshire Greens

Pandemic and Tipping Point

Sat 14 Mar, 2020

Due to the Covid-19 Corona virus outbreak  Dunbartonshire Greens have suspended all public space campaigning.  Thank you to those who had offered to help with our spring campaign. We will continue by all other means to campaign hard for a just response to the pandemic and to Demand Climate Action as climate tipping point rapidly approaches.  Please email dunbartonshire@scottishgreens.org.uk for further information

Greens select candidates for both Dunbartonshire seats for Westminster

Thu 7 Nov, 2019

Westminster candidates announced

Dunbartonshire Greens will contest both East Dunbartonshire and West Dunbartonshire seats at the general election, it has been confirmed.

Campaign Launched to re-dual the line between Westerton and Milngavie

Tue 12 Jun, 2018

Green MSP Ross Greer has launched a campaign and petition to redual the rail line between Westerton and Milngavie and to build the long-proposed Allander Station.

Sign the petition here.

Dunbartonshire Deserves Better Buses

Fri 2 Feb, 2018

A campaign for a better bus service in East/West Dunbartonshire is now underway after a local Green MSP brought a debate on the subject to the Scottish Parliament.

Greens Secure £3.3million for East Dunbartonshire Council

Thu 1 Feb, 2018

The Scottish Greens are leading the change in Scottish Politics ensuring that key budget demands were included in the budget voted through parliament yesterday.

Included in the deal were the following:

Green Support Soars - Thank You

Mon 27 Nov, 2017

First preference Green votes in East Dunbartonshire rose almost tenfold this May compared to local election results in 2012. We would like to extend our thanks to all who supported your Green candidates in the recent local elections.

Our local activists worked tirelessly throughout the campaign to spread our pledges to put power in the hands of communities and defend local services.

Pedal on Parliament

Sun 23 Apr, 2017

Pedal on Parliament is an annual event that aims to raise awareness of the benefits of cycling and walking, and help make Scotland a cycle-friendly country. Scott Ferguson - council election candidate for Bearsden South - attended today's event at Glasgow green.

Bearsway only a small part of the jigsaw

Fri 21 Apr, 2017

The controversial Bearsway route on Milngavie Road has split local opinion, irritating some confident cyclists and worrying other locals. Integrated active travel routes are an essential part of transport infrastructure to help people travel car-free.  But Local Greens demand real joined up active travel and public transport options to make it work for the 98% of the population who do not cycle regularly.  We need a safe bridge at Westerton station, a train halt at the Allander, reliable joined up bus and train options with safe pedestrian and bike capacity.