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Speeding Drivers Risk Lives

After hearing concerns from many local people about thes speed of traffic in the area, the Trinity Greens team decided to see just how bad the situation is. Equipped with a fully functional Speed Gun and some “20 Is Plenty” signs, they monitored speeds on several reported hotspots and recorded the speeds of vehicles that […]

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Undemocratic Power Grab at Burnley Council

Labour, Lib Dems and Tories work together to block democracy Under the pretence of a “clarification” to Burnley Council’s constitution, an undemocratic power grab is underway…. Burnley council has a “Cabinet” model of making decisions. This means that one leader is selected by a vote of all of the elected Councillors and then that Leader […]

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Burnley Green’s Climate Emergey Motion Passes

Tonight, signals a new dawn for Burnley Council; a Climate Emergency has been declared. Green Party Councillor Andy Fewings, who proposed the motion, said “Having Greens in the room changes the dynamic of the debate. I am proud to have brought this motion to the council chamber and am delighted that, even though there are […]

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Sarah Hall Elected as Burnley's second Green councillor!

 A huge thank you to everyone who voted for Sarah Hall in yesterday’s local elections in Trinity. Sarah was elected with a huge majority, and will join Andrew Fewings as the second Green Councillor in Burnley.The result in full: Stephanie Forrest (Burnley and Padiham Independent Party) 107, Sarah Hall (Green) 770, Liz Monk (Lab) 209, Michael […]

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