Thank you to everyone who signed our petition. Sadly we ran out of time and fell short of the 10,000 needed for a response from the government.
HOWEVER, we are not deterred and have launched a new petition which is live now!
We really need you to work with us and champion this, so please share it with all your friends and followers on social media, working together let’s get this going viral. Tell people why it is important to you, why these bays need protection, and why asking the local authorities or Police just doesn’t work. Explain to people WHY we need this law introduced.
As ever, thank you all for your continued support.
Chris, and the team.
Click here to sign and share our petition => https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/131798
One of the most frustrating things facing disabled people today is the amount of establishments that insist on creating shared toilet spaces. Continue reading Shared spaces
So our social media feeds are packed with people publicly stating that they’re making changes or resolutions for the year ahead. Yawn!
As you are aware, we are not JUST all about disabled parking bay abuse, although it is the primary reason we are here, we also aim to be an encouraging and inspiring resource for people from all backgrounds, and with all types of abilities.
We often get emails from group members or from people who’ve stumbled across us via the ether of the internet, expressing thanks and briefly telling us their story. Of course, we have also outright asked for these stories about your passions and how you feel you could inspire others too!
A passionate guest post from one of our Facebook Community Group members, Erin Pritchard
Have you seen DMUK’s latest campaign? It calls for many of the things we have outlined in our petition to government. We support this wholeheartedly! Have a look at the short video starring Helen Dolphin:
We wanted to share this with you:
A bloggers view of disabled parking bays, and a first hand experience as to why they are such an important resource for disabled drivers. An all too familiar story!
If you work and are disabled, or a carer, would you be willing to champion the protection of your companies disabled spaces?
Continue reading Here’s an idea: