• Keep All Hallows Hall for All Local Communities
    This is important because independent community spaces and venues are shutting down country wide at an alarming rate. Disenfranchising grass roots, DIY not for profit local community ventures. If this space becomes private it will have a detrimental effect on local peoples physical and mental heath and increase loneliness. We would also loose Easton and Lawrence Hills largest most charismatic performance theatre and music venue. AHH and AHCC has proudly served as a hub of engagement, learning, well being and togetherness. With a staggering 10,000 users from diverse social and geographical backgrounds accessing its resources annually, the hall has proven its worth as an essential resource for the community and an asset to the area. Our hearts have just been broken, we put so much work into that beautiful hall, but we want to start a new story of communities coming together. THANK YOU FOR A BEAUTIFUL, FANTASTIC, INCREDIBLE, JOYOUS, NON JUDGEMENTAL 11 YEARS.
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  • Turn HS2 route into a wildlife highway
    Any building/ vehicle yards already built can be turned into enroute playgrounds and exercise areas and the government along with wildlife charities can make this a positive landscape feature that would enhance property values and create a wildlife corridor as well as a route to complete charity and well-being events that link cities and communities. We can’t replicate what was lost but we can replace for the future.
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    Created by Rachel Buckland
  • Child Safety Enhancement Program
    We believe all individuals and supportive organisations should join in our campaign for change and that a conversation between us would greatly benefit our collaboration and provide a platform for us to exchange ideas and insights. By engaging in discussions, we can efficiently address any concerns, share valuable information, and explore potential solutions together. If there are any specific topics or points you would like to address, please feel free to share them with us at [email protected] We truly value your input and expertise, and are confident that our discussions will lead to productive outcomes. We look forward to your positive response and the opportunity to connect with you.
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  • Save Ayr's Historic Station Buildings
    After the fire at the old Ayr Station Hotel, there is an opportunity to save the historical facade of the building and build a new environmentally friendly building within it, to repurpose the building for the townsfolk to meet the needs of the 21st century. The exterior could be restored to house a modern building, giving the best of both worlds. If you want to see the beautiful parts of auld Ayr maintained for you and future generations to enjoy, this is important. If you would like an independent charity get involved to manage such a project, including sourcing independent funding and working with the town to repurpose the building for our needs today, then support this by signing the petition. This is in danger if disappearing forever if the gable wall is allowed to be demolished. We would like an independent expert engineer to make an assessment before a contractor is appointed to demolish the wall. Repurposing and rebuilding a modern environmentally friendly interior, and restoring the exterior will be less disruptive to surrounding road networks than demolition. Act now to save our history for future generations to enjoy. The Ayr Development Trust
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    Created by Sinclair Willliamson
  • Reopen or beloved Greyhound
    The closure of the Greyhound Pub in Newport, UK has left a void in our community. This place was more than just a pub; it was a gathering spot, a place where memories were made and friendships were forged. Despite its reputation as being 'rough', many of us loved it for its authenticity and charm. The Greyhound meant so much to so many people. It was an integral part of our local culture and history. Its closure has not only deprived us of a beloved hangout spot but also impacted local businesses that relied on the footfall generated by the pub's patrons. According to data from CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale), pubs contribute significantly to local economies, with each pub generating an average of £80,000 per year in community benefits (CAMRA, 2018). By reopening the Greyhound Pub, we can restore these benefits to our community. To make more memories in a special place. Please sign this petition if you too want Jack to reopen the Greyhound Pub!
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    Created by Stacey Newman
  • Call for an independent investigation into the recent VAR controversy in the Premier League
    The integrity of football rests on the cornerstone of fair play and unbiased decision-making. Recently, however, that integrity has been put into question due to a glaring VAR error in a pivotal Premier League match between Liverpool and their opponents. This isn't just a mistake; it's a stain on the reputation of football, casting doubts over whether competitions are truly fair or marred by incompetence, or worse, corruption. Imagine your favourite team is battling it out for the league title, only for a blatant refereeing mistake to cost you crucial points. It's a scenario none of us want to entertain, but one that is increasingly plausible if we don't demand transparency and accountability now. This petition isn't just for Liverpool fans; it's for every fan of football who believes in the sport's capacity to inspire, unite, and thrill us in equal measure. If we don't act now, who's to say your team won't be next?
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  • Create A Proper Children's Minister In Government Task Forces To Safeguard Generations
    The children of today will be tomorrow’s adults, it will be they who take up the mantel of responsibility, who manage tomorrow’s affairs, who run hospitals, schools, businesses infrastructure and local and central government. It is vital that, within the current political climate, there is a minister whose sole brief is how political, and cultural health influences directly impact their lives. A generation affected by so much missed schooling, open to so many different changes in social media, which are often spreading misinformation and conspiracies alongside some quite disturbing attitudes towards treating others and their views, is a generation clearly in need of increased oversight and safeguarding by someone who can raise these issues quickly at the highest level of government. If we want to improve the chances of the future generations who will take the reins in a few decades we don't want to fail our children as recent reporting as evidenced, we all want to see our government protect our children, so it's time to put children first or risk losing our support.
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  • Protect Torquay Pavilion + Emergency Repairs Now!
    Torquay Pavilion is a much-loved asset that has been cherished for generations since it opened in 1912. People power prevented its planned demolition by the Council in the 1970s. The Community has fought again for its future since the Pavilion's long-term leaseholder, MDL Marinas, closed it as a shopping centre in 2013. Working hard to take successful legal action against the Council in 2018, the Community defeated a damaging, barely viable and unlawfully-permitted scheme incorporating the building. People power is needed once more to ensure that the building survives.
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  • Save Cafe Joseph!
    Cafe Joseph has become the heart of the local community. For parents of children at the school next door, Cafe Joseph is a place to meet and support each other. For the adults with disabilities living in the home around the corner, Cafe Joseph is one of the few places where they can go out and feel welcome and accepted. For people who are struggling with challenges in their life including mental health struggles, unemployment and bereavement, Cafe Joseph is somewhere they can find love and support. For the church members who come in after mass, Cafe Joseph a chance to socialise and meet new people. We have shared our stories and craft projects, and enjoyed discussions about our faith. Cafe Joseph offered a warm space and a hot meal for people struggling with the cost of living crisis through the winter. The staff have provided training and work experience for young people, enabling them to pursue careers in hospitality industry. The Kidzone mornings have provided fun and games for children during the holidays, allowing them to play safely with their friends and enjoy a warm meal. At Cafe Joseph, we have shared the good times and the bad, and wonderful coffee and cakes. The customers and staff have become our family, and it is a vital part of the community and our lives. Cafe Joseph really is “No Ordinary Church Cafe”!
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    Created by Paul Hiscock
  • Let's Celebrate with a Bank Holiday if the Lionesses win the World Cup!
    By getting to the World Cup Final, Sarina Wiegman's team have achieved more than any England national football team has in over 57 years. Going one step further would be a generational achievement, and deserve national recognition. Special bank holidays have been instigated for occasions like royal weddings, jubilees, and the turn of the millennium. Winning the World Cup arguably surpasses these in terms of national importance. Taking a bank holiday would give the nation time to come together to acknowledge a fantastic team, celebrate inspirational role models, and give an economic boost to the country (especially if Nike takes this opportunity to produce Mary Earps' keeper kit). We need to show Rishi Sunak and the rest of the UK Government that the Lionesses deserve such a celebration to mark something truly monumental. The team set excellent examples for young girls and boys, and encourage everyone to get out there kicking balls around. Having an extra bank holiday would give you, your family and friends the opportunity to play together. You might even discover one of you is the next Millie Bright, Alessia Russo, or Lauren James!
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    Created by Rosie Thomas
  • Remove the word 'entertain' from the BBC's mission to 'inform, educate and entertain'.
    The BBC is an excellent, impartial public service. However, I firmly believe its purpose should be to simply inform and educate. When we, the public, are forced to pay for it, is there really any need for 'entertaining' programmes that the private sector would quickly step in to fill the void? For example not everyone wants to pay for Eastenders. I'm thinking particularly of sports, soaps, etc. These will always get coverage without us being forced to pay for them. For example, people still watched the Premiership when it was free to view on ITV. I also think this would reduce the burden on the BBC's finances.
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  • Save Albright Mosaic Mural at Langley Baths, Oldbury from demolition
    It is a link to industrial heritage of the region of Oldbury, its growth and the development of the housing, green spaces and community supported by Albright & Wilson (now Solvay and still trading in Oldbury). Albright and Wilson were the largest employer in the area in its heyday, and they link back to the mid-1850s. They were quakers and invested in their workers in the local area for 100’s of years. The mosaic serves as a tribute to our Industrial and Educational heritage and for the ex-pupils of Albright High school who made it for their D T studies with their teacher Mr Frost. There are generations of swimmers who used Langley baths too, that want it to remain in the public eye for future generations of the area.
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    Created by Nyree O'Connor