Birmingham Green Party candidates in the 2018 Birmingham council elections

The local council elections in Birmingham in 2018 are on Thursday May 3rd, and Birmingham Green Party has candidates standing in the following wards:

  • Acocks Green - Amanda Caroline Baker
  • Allens Cross - Peter Charles Beck
  • Aston - Vijay Rana
  • Balsall Heath West - Martin Guest
  • Bartley Green - James Robertson
  • Billesley - Rob Grant and David Gaussen
  • Bordesley & Highgate - Tom Jenkins
  • Bordesley Green - Alan Clawley
  • Bournbrook & Selly Park - Alice Jean Kiff and Benjamin Mabbett
  • Bournville & Cotteridge - Claire Hammond and Anna Masters
  • Brandwood & Kings Heath - Patrick Cox and Julie Kaya
  • Druids Heath & Monyhull - Julien Pritchard
  • Edgbaston - Alexander Nettle
  • Erdington - Rebecca Collins
  • Hall Green North - Gareth Courage
  • Hall Green South - Ulla Grant
  • Handsworth - Susan Green
  • Handsworth Wood - Eric Wyn Fairclough
  • Harborne - Phil Simpson
  • Heartlands - Janet Assheton
  • Highters Heath - Clare Thomas
  • Ladywood - Robert Jones
  • Longbridge & West Heath - Susan Pearce
  • Moseley - Rachel Xerri-Brooks
  • Northfield - Margaret Okole
  • Oscott - Harry Eyles
  • Pype Hayes - John Bentley
  • Quinton - James Bolton
  • Rubery & Rednal - Rob Ball
  • Shard End - Mike Harrison
  • Sheldon - Kevin Harrison
  • Small Heath - Hazel Clawley
  • Soho & Jewellery Quarter - Kefentse Dennis
  • South Yardley - Chris Garghan
  • Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath - Roxanne Green
  • Stirchley - Elly Stanton
  • Sutton Four Oaks - Fiona Nunan
  • Sutton Mere Green - David Martin Ratcliff
  • Sutton Roughley - Will Greaves
  • Sutton Trinity - Sean Madden
  • Sutton Vesey - Colin Marriott
  • Sutton Walmley & Minworth - Ben Auton
  • Sutton Wylde Green - Zoe Challenor
  • Weoley & Selly Oak - Eleanor Masters