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

Lorraine Du Feu - Co-ordinator

Lorraine worked as a local authority landscape architect for 10 years before the sell-out to the private sector took the heart out of public service. She now works freelance and is involved in Transition Town Cheltenham, whose vegetable garden in Sandford Park is one of her many gardening projects. She joined the Green Party because "there is no planet B." Contact Lorraine if you're interested in getting involved in our local election campaign.

Anne Knight-ElliotAnne Knight-Elliot - Membership Secretary

Having recently retired as an educational psychologist and professional tutor at the University of Bristol, Anne is now able to give time to local and national issues which are important to her, as well as spending more time with her two grandchildren and wider family. Anne volunteers with the County Community Project and the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust. Her main focus is on the environment in which people live and work and the conservation and fair distribution of resources.

emily campbellEmily Campbell - Website administrator and Digital Campaigns Co-ordinator

Emily joined the Green Party in 2014 after becoming increasingly disillusioned with mainstream politics. She grew up in Cheltenham, and now works and has a young family here. Emily leads our digital team, so if you're interested in helping to maintain our websites and social media output to increase the party's presence online please get in touch at

Adrian BeckerAdrian Becker - Election Agent

Adrian is a town planner and lifelong trade unionist and community activist. Originally from Bristol, he has now lived in Cheltenham for over ten years. Adrian believes in decent universal services free at the time we need them, not services sold for private profit and delivered by a postcode lottery. The UK is one of the wealthiest nations on earth and if we want to we can choose a fairer society. Contact Adrian if you'd like to get involved with canvassing and leafleting.

malcolm allisonMalcolm Allison - Treasurer

Malcolm is a cook with a longstanding interest in environmental issues and social justice. He has lived in Cheltenham for 12 years, and is an allotment holder and a keen cyclist. He is a member of Transition Town Cheltenham and is involved with their community gardening project in the Annecy Garden in Sandford Park.