We’re lobbying government again!

Christmas has gone, a new year has begun and the January blues are over. Time to crack on and kick some virtual and actual butts!

We’ve launched a new petition which we need your assistance with, we need you to champion this just as we shall. Please sign and share the heck out of this, we have ONLY 6 months to get a whopping 100k signatures.

It’s time we had recognition from government as to how important disabled parking bays are to those with limited mobility. So please, work with us, and we’ll smash the 100,000 signatures required by government.

Link to our petition.

Let’s do this!

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Question Time (Aug ’17)

We’re discussing the process of challenging those who abuse disabled parking facilities this month, join our twitter poll and let us know what you do. Just click on the bird  to join in.

Petition News

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

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