About Andover Green Party

We have a team of officers and committee members who run the local party and coordinate our activities.

Dan HillLocal Contact & Parliamentary Candidate in 2015 and 2017 - Dan Hill

Dan joined the Green Party in 2013 and stood in the North West Hampshire parliamentary seat in the 2015 General Election. He has particular interests in changing the tax system away from labour (hard earned) to land (largely speculative and the result of the work of others) and unconditional basic income.  

Catherine Hosen

Membership Secretary - Catherine Hosen

Catherine was afraid of having no-one she could conscientiously vote for, in the run up to the 2015 General Election. She took the plunge to finally act on her long-held ideals, joining the party in November 2014 and standing as a local council candidate. A working mum of three, Catherine has lived in Andover since 1995. During this time Catherine has taught at a local school and Cricklade (now Andover) College, and has worked for a local IT company for the last 11 years.

Carol BartholomewAndover Town Councillor - Carol Bartholomew

Carol has been in environment groups in Andover and Test Valley for 19 years making more people aware of Climate Change and actions indivduals and governments can take to slow its impact. Carol stood in the 2015 Test Valley Borough Council Election and 2017 Hampshire County Council Election. Carol was made a Councillor on Andover Town Council in September 2015 when she was co-opted and joined the Planning Committee and the Allotments Committee.

Andover Green Party History

Andover Green Party was formed in September 2015. Formerly the Andover area was served by the active and successful Winchester Green Party, but we felt that a local team that could serve the North West Hampshire parliamentary constituency would be a better basis for standing parliamentary and local council candidates in future.

Dan Hill stood as a candidate in the 2015 and 2017 parliamentary elections, and since forming as a local party we have stood 9 candidates for local council elections and in 2019 have run a successful EU election campaign for South East Greens distributing 6000 leaflets to local residents and campaigning in the town centre on the two consecutive Saturdays before the vote in May.

Below are links to useful Andover Green Party documents.

Andover Green Party Constitution

AGM Draft Agenda 18th June 2019

Last meeting minutes 1st May 2019