Greens launch candidates for 2024 Dudley local elections


Dudley Greens announce candidates for local elections on 2nd May 

Dudley Green Party has announced its candidates to stand in the 2nd May local elections. A total of 21 Greens are to stand across 15 wards in the Dudley elections. 

Dudley Green Party chair James Windridge said: “I’m delighted to unveil our team of fantastic Green Party candidates ready to represent all our communities across the borough in the council elections on Thursday 2nd May. 

“When you vote Green on 2nd May, you will get hard working councillors committed to doing the best for local people and putting forward solutions to help create a fairer, greener community in our towns.” 

All Green candidates in Dudley will be standing on a common set of priorities for the borough:

  • Tackling the Climate Emergency with the urgency that is required
  • Joined-up transport solutions with active and public transport at the heart
  • Good, genuinely-affordable housing for all through more social homes and community-led housing
  • Investing in our communities – home-grown jobs through building a more local economy
  • Working with communities – making sure everybody has a say in decisions that affect them
  • A fairer Dudley, making sure those that need help, get the support they need
  • A cleaner Dudley, that supports a healthy natural world and nurtures wildlife

Full list of candidates:

  • Amblecote – Adrian Mabe
  • Brierley Hill & Wordsley South – Andrew Bennett
  • Coseley – Konstantins Bokarevs and Claire Beech
  • Halesowen North – Ash Flavin and Rachel Hewlett
  • Halesowen South – James Windridge
  • Kingswinford South – Chris Walker
  • Lye & Stourbridge North – Mark Binnersley
  • Netherton & Holly Hall – Jamie Smith
  • Norton – Stephen Price, Ant Dugmore and Olof Lee
  • Pedmore & Stourbridge East – Beth Scrimshaw
  • Sedgley – Sam Oakley and Colin Drewery
  • St. James’s – Tomass Jereminovics
  • St. Thomas’s – Zia Qari
  • Wollaston & Stourbridge Town – Andi Mohr and Linda Foster
  • Wordsley North – Pam Archer


For more information and to request an interview, contact:
Stephen Price 07800896114


The Green Party is going into these local elections with around 760 councillors on nearly 170 Councils in both urban and rural settings, and Greens being a governing party in 10% of all councils in England and Wales. 

Last May’s local elections were the most successful in the party’s history. The Green Party gained over 200 council seats and achieved majority control of a council for the first time. That council – Mid Suffolk District – recently received the accolade of Council of the Year. 

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