• Light Up Lewes Skatepark
    Research says young people need at least an hour of exercise a day to stay healthy. After school, the skatepark is an ideal place to exercise. Lewes skatepark has a friendly, inclusive community and welcomes kids of all abilities and backgrounds. It gives young people who don’t usually access sport facilities a healthy and positive activity
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    Created by Max Crowley
  • Petition for getting Mangrove Restaurant listed as a heritage building
    The Mangrove was a hub of black resistance in 1970. Activists organised a march to protest police harassment but were arrested for incitement to riot. The trial of the Mangrove 9 led to the first Judicial admission of police racism in Britain. The building should be preserved and memorialised as a place of historic interest. This petition will be sent to English Heritage to support the application for listed status. Help to support the application to English Heritage. Black British history is an integral part of British history and must not be marginalised.
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    Created by claire Robey
    Every year on 28th April, all around the world the trade union movement and worker organisations unite to mark International Workers Memorial Day (#IWMD). We remember those who lost their lives at work, or from work-related injury and diseases. We renew our efforts to organise collectively to prevent more deaths, injuries and disease as a result of work. This plaque would be the first of its kind in Liverpool dedicated to ALL workers who have lost their lives because of work. It would provide a central meeting point in Liverpool on each and every 28th April where people gather to remember lost loved ones and work colelagues & renew the IWMD pledge. This agreed plaque reads as follows: IN RESPECTFUL REMEMBERANCE OF ALL THOSE KILLED AT WORK OR THROUGH FAILURE OF RESPONSIBILITY-REMEMBER THE DEAD AND FIGHT FOR THE LIVING IWMD 2021 “THOSE WHO PUT PROFIT ABOVE WORKER SAFETY SHOULD NEVER GO UNCHALLENGED” TONY MULHEARN IWMD 2019
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    Created by Union Safety Picture
  • Speed preventions on Cooper Street Springhead
    Let’s try to get some measures in place on this Street to keep our families and community safer.
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    Created by Rachel Cunnane
  • Take Scotland out of the Oscars goodie bag
    Firstly, the offer of meaningful titles is false, as land reform campaigner Andy Wightman has outlined. Secondly, it's a wounding insult for all Scots to see parts of our land traded like trinkets. For centuries, Scots have had almost no chance to own our own land thanks to clearances, absentee owners, and sky-high land prices. Actually not much has changed. It's why the Highlands are so full of empty glens - not people. Scotland is one of the last places in Europe where land can be bought and sold on a whim with no questions asked. As a result a tiny number of people own the land - fewer today than in 1872. This storm in a Goodie Bag reminds Scots why land reform is urgent and necessary - to turn the ownership of our beautiful country into the shared responsibility of Scots, not a trinket to be traded by strangers.
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    Created by Lesley Riddoch
  • Respect and Protect Queen's Market
    Queen's Market in Upton Park, East London, is very important to us - we want the market to grow and keep going into the future. That’s why we need the Council to RESPECT AND PROTECT QUEEN'S MARKET and look after it. We value Queen's Market for its Low-priced food - Trusted traders - Fresh, culturally-appropriate food - Generations of experience - Unique products - 166 stall pitches - It’s our social place where communities meet and feel safe - It’s historically over 120 years old, so it’s part of our heritage - It’s an ‘Asset of Community Value' - A great place to start small businesses. Shoppers and traders don't feel part of the big changes Newham is proposing for historic Queen's Market. Sign the petition to show your support for the Market and get the Council to respect shoppers and traders and put us at the centre of talks so our unique market can be preserved and improved.
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    Created by Friends of Queens Market Picture
  • Stop Thanet District Council Selling all our Historic buildings
    Just look back at what Thanet District has already sold off. At this rate three will be none of our historic buildings left Enough is Enough
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    Created by JOHN FINNEGAN
  • Don't close Sainsbury's cafés!
    Keep open safe spaces for people who need them - they provide a safe space for many vulnerable people that is not replicated in normal cafes. I often use the cafe with my baby and having the extra space for a pram, not feeling rushed and the great baby change facilities is invaluable and not available to me elsewhere in the same way. This is a service you should provide along side the shop. Having a more expensive branded coffee chain in the shop would not be the same.
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    Created by Marie Spinks
  • Stop gambling suicides, publish the Gambling Act white paper.
    In April 2021, I lost my husband, Luke, to gambling-related suicide. He was given "free bets" to encourage him to gamble during a global pandemic and at a time when gambling companies had promised to look after their most vulnerable customers. Public Health England estimates there are more than 400 gambling-related suicides in England alone each year – more than one every single day. The Government pledged to review the outdated gambling laws in its 2019 manifesto. The Gambling Act Review "white paper", where the government lays out proposed new laws to solve the problem, was expected at the end of 2020 but delay after delay means it still has not been published. If the gambling laws had changed to make gambling safer sooner – to stop free bets and other inducements, to curb the relentless advertising, to ensure people don't bet more than they can afford, and many other measures – Luke and hundreds of others would be alive today. Every day the white paper is delayed is another life lost, another family, like mine, needlessly shattered. It must be published now.
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    Created by Annie Ashton
  • New Romney Skatepark Needs to be Bigger
    With F51 being built locally in Folkestone the Worlds first multistory skatepark, let alone the Olympic's it's clear that skating popularity is going to continue to grow for many years to come and with New Romney Skatepark already becoming overcrowded its imperative we update it sooner than later to keep up with the needs of our sporting community and ensure a safe place for all to come and enjoy the recreational space available as fully as possible
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    Created by Marc Walmsley
    Each year the Premier League earns around £2.5bn from broadcasting revenue, of which less than 2% goes to professional clubs below the championship. That’s 140 clubs: The 24 clubs of League One, the 24 clubs of League Two, the 12 clubs of the Women’s Super League, the 12 clubs of the Women’s Championship, AND the 68 clubs in the National League. It is time to reallocate football’s wealth fairly and incentivise good behaviour. That's why a fan-led review into football has been carried out. It’s recommending introducing stronger financial controls, proper fan engagement and meaningful equality standards. And that it's all overseen by an independent regulator that has the power to enforce these changes. All of that can be brought together by the introduction of a Sustainability Index that gives money to clubs who score highly on four criteria: - Financial Sustainability - Good Governance - Equality Standards - Fan and Community Engagement
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    Created by Fair Game
  • Save Sea Road Supermarket Site - Sunderland
    You don't have to be a regular Sea Road shopper to want the place to thrive. It serves people of all ages and it's a thoroughfare from Seaburn Metro to the beach, especially in summer. The paper version of the petition also says: "We are also concerned that, at a time when there is a need to reduce vehicle emissions, people will be forced to make additional car journeys because they no longer have a store that sells a wide range of reliable quality goods within easy walking distance."
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    Created by Tony WILD