The Association of Green Councillors (AGC) is a network of around 600 elected Green Party Councillors from every level of local government in England and Wales.

 

We represent over 400 principal authority councillors on councils across England and Wales, along with over 300 councillors on town and parish councils.

 

The Association of Green Councillors (AGC) is a network of around 600 elected Green Party Councillors from every level of local government in England and Wales.

 

We represent over 400 principal authority councillors on councils across England and Wales, along with over 300 councillors on town and parish councils.

 

Bristol Green Group

Bristol's Green Group of 24 councillors

The AGC exists to provide support to Green Party Councillors at every level of government as well as to those aspiring to become elected.

 

For more information about AGC support, governance, and annual conference, go to the Councillors' Section of the Green Party Members' website

The AGC exists to provide support to Green Party Councillors at every level of government as well as to those aspiring to become elected.

 

For more information about AGC support, governance, and annual conference, go to the Councillors' Section of the Green Party Members' website

Bristol Green Group

Bristol's Green Group of 24 councillors

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