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  • Gill with ornage berries
    Article: May 5, 2021

    "Thank you to everyone who is giving me their support on Thursday May 6th as a candidate in the County Council election for Newent Division," say Gill Moseley.

    "We believe in being fair and honest in what we say and write but we are not afraid to call out when we think something is wrong. We expect other parties and individuals to do the same. Sadly the Conservative leaflet for Newent does not match this standard of honesty and if some of you are wanting further information about some of its content, then this may be useful:

  • Manifesto front cover
    Article: Apr 14, 2021
    By Vilnis Vesma

    Our newly released County Council manifesto is packed with inspirational ideas. From a Green Transport Commissioner, community energy schemes, putting decision-making back in the community, cleaning up our rivers, stopping vulnerable children having to be cared for miles away from their friends and family, to working with town and parish councils and rolling out superfast broadband. Gill Moseley, our candidate for the Newent Division, says: "there is no limit to our ambition to make Gloucestershire a better place for everyone after years of neglect and an 'it will do' culture from the Conservatives" and adds that she is looking forward to being part of the team that puts the plans into practice.

  • simulated video call
    Article: Apr 9, 2021

    Would you like to know a little more about Gill Moseley's background and her aspirations as a County Councillor? Vilnis Vesma recently interviewed her in front of an online audience and you can see the recording here. Running time 33 minutes.

  • The Green Party logo
    Article: Mar 17, 2021
    By Andrew Cooley
  • Cllr. Gill Moseley
    Article: Mar 13, 2021
    By Vilnis Vesma

    Gill has been canvassing local people about any problems and suggestions they might have. You can see some of the points they raised, and Gill's answers, here.