We are now holding events online as so many of the party's plans, including Spring Conference and campaigning for local elections, were cancelled. If you need further details about any of our events please email our Events Coordinator, Alex Horn (

Past events includes summaries of presentations given by guest speakers and some very useful links.

WCL catch-up Monday, November 9th 2020

Open to all party members  and supporters 

Do please join us to hear the latest news from our campaigns and local issues teams. A good opportunity for you to ask questions and bring up any of your Green issues as well. Looking forward to seeing you then!

Thursday, November 26th 2020

London Housing Crisis

Join us for a talk on the HOUSING CRISIS with 3 great guest speakers: Emile Burgoyne, Alex Rankin and Tyrone Scott.


"More than a quarter of a million people in England woke up homeless this morning. Some will have slept rough, some are in grim B&Bs, and others are in old office buildings that have been converted into human warehouses. This is an emergency" - The Observer - 16-FEB-2020. ‘Housing should be seen as a human right. Not a commodity’ - The Guardian - 27-FEB-2017.

We have three great speakers: documentary maker, Emile Burgoyne, Director of Services at Aspire, Alex Rankin and Community Organiser for a national housing charity and Green Party activist, Tyrone Scott. Each will give a talk followed by a Q&A session.

Please watch the following three YouTube videos BEFORE the event:

Why Do Elephants Keep Developing - Part 01

Aspire Video - Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help to people who have been paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury, including housing.

The Big London Night Walk - Billie's Story - BIG ISSUE

You will be sent an email with a Zoom link for the event the day of the event about an hour before the start of the event.

Recommended donation, £5 - more if can less if you can't.


Book here


January 2021

Green Investing

Details will be posted here in due course

Postponed - date tbc

Discussion / social event

The Hammersmith Bridge: where are we now, and the potential future

Hammersmith Bridge will have been closed to vehicles for a year on April 10th. While TFL and Hammersmith and Fulham Council are keen to reopen the bridge to vehicles after repairs, many residents are asking that the bridge should remain car-free permanently. At the moment, only cyclists and pedestrians have access and local Greens are broadly supportive of keeping it that way.

Invited speakers:
Siân Berry, Mayoral Candidate for the Green Party
Hamish Steward, Car Free London
Charles Critchell, Fare City
Barnes Community Association
Mums for Lungs, East Sheen

TFL have a consultation - details on this email forwarded by one of our members