Welcome to Dunbartonshire Greens

Call for Better Buses

Thu 30 Mar, 2017

Green MSP for the West of Scotland, Ross Greer, has called on East Dunbartonshire Council to seize the opportunity to create an affordable and accessible network of publicly run bus routes.

Help Elect Scott for Bearsden South

Thu 9 Mar, 2017

Donate to Elect Scott Ferguson

Following on from the successful campaign to elect Ross Greer as the West of Scotlands first Green MSP we are now hoping to elect our first Green Councillor in East Dunbartonshire in the Bearsden South ward.

Scott Ferguson has been involved in community activities since moving to Westerton in 2002 and would provide a strong Green voice on the council working for a bolder, fairer and greener council.

Meet Your Green Team for East Dunbartonshire

Wed 8 Mar, 2017

Every voter in East Dunbartonshire will have the chance to vote for a Green councillor for the first time, with the party fielding candidates in all wards for this May’s local elections.

A local branch meeting at Westerton Hall on Friday last week selected 7 candidates for council seats in East Dunbartonshire. This is the first time there has been a Green candidate in all wards in the council area.

Greens push council to roll out 20mph zones.

Fri 17 Feb, 2017

Local Greens have called on East Dunbartonshire Council to roll out 20mph zones to all residential streets after Scottish Green MSPs published Freedom of Information requests (1) which show a "postcode lottery" of road safety across Scotland.

Greer slams Bears Way vandals

Tue 14 Feb, 2017

West of Scotland Green MSP Ross Greer today condemned vandals who spread tacks on a local cycle route.

A number of cyclists reported getting punctures and finding tacks spread along the course of the Bears Way on the 2nd of February, in what seems to have been a deliberate and dangerous act.

Ross Greer commented:

Greens campaign for better public transport

Fri 10 Feb, 2017

A Greener Bearsden and Milngavie means public transport being more affordable, accessible and attractive to use. We shouldn’t need a car to get around. But local public transport isn’t good enough. 

Bus and train services are patchy, distant or unreliable and rail fares in particular continue to go up.