• Dundee FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Scottish Premiership football clubs still give out thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
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    Created by IAN MILNE
  • Burnley football club: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Premier League football clubs still give out hundreds of thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an island of discarded plastic that is now triple the size of France. Some organisms thrive off discarded plastic, forming a new type of ecosystem called a "plastisphere". Scientists have found plastic bags at the bottom of the Mariana Trench 36,000 feet below sea level. A glass bottle can take roughly one million years to degrade in the environment. Every year 18 billlion pounds of plastic seeps into oceans from coasts.
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    Created by Rebecca Speakman Picture
  • Everton FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Premier League football clubs still give out hundreds of thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
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    Created by Ray Beeton Picture
  • Make athelstan Road safe for emergency access
    As stated above its important so that emergency vehicles can get access the road and for other vehicles entering and exiting the road
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    Created by Crystal Rexworthy Picture
  • Celtic FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Scottish Premiership football clubs still give out thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
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    Created by Martina Boyce
  • Liverpool FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Premier League football clubs still give out hundreds of thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
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    Created by PAULA HOPKINS
  • Senior Cooking Class
    A very successful cooking class for the elderly was set up some 2 years ago and has a list of folks wishing to join the class . But apparently a decision was taken to cancel any future classes , although after some pressure they decided to allow us to have one class before the end of December 2018 .
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    Created by Michael Webster
  • Aberdeen FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Scottish Premiership football clubs still give out thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
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    Created by Carla Hedwig Picture
  • Cardiff City FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Premier League football clubs still give out hundreds of thousands of single use plastic items every single matchday. Plastic cups, straws, stirrers, bags, they all end up clogging up our oceans and filling landfills. Football supporters shouldn't be forced to contribute to plastic pollution, just because they want a drink or some food at a match.
    1,207 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Stephen JB
  • Save Lambeth Children's Centres!
    Only two years after the last round of devastating cuts to our children's centres, many children in Lambeth are in danger of losing out on essential early years support. The Council have announced plans for a borough-wide restructure, which threatens five centres with closure. Another seven centres will have their provision cut in half under these proposals, and many staff are faced with losing their jobs. Children's Centres are a vital service for parents and their children in our local area. They combat isolation and loneliness which many of us experience when on maternity leave or looking after early years children. They provide support and guidance from professionals as well as a chance to mix with a range of families you didn't know before.
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    Created by Ruth Cashman
  • A fine on unwanted sexual attention on the streets
    It is important because this kind of behaviour needs to be stopped asit is disgusting, unnecessary and intimidates and frightens those who are victims of it. It dters me from walking places on my own because of how disturbing this kind of behaviour is to me. In particular, me and many other girls I know have been victim of wolf whistling and unwanted vehicle horn beeping whilst walking home from school - very obviously underage in our school uniforms.
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    Created by Gemma Robinson
  • Make Alan Turing the ‘face’ of the new £50 note.
    Despite being key to the effort to break the Nazi ‘Enigma’ code in World War Two, and in doing so also being fundamental to the development of computing worldwide, Turing was shoddily treated by his country. He was arrested and charged with offences because he was homosexual - for which he has subsequently (and posthumously) pardoned, but was also given chemicals in order to prevent his sexual desire (chemical castration). He committed suicide on June 7, 1954. The UK, Europe, the Far East and indeed the world, owe Turing and his colleagues a debt of gratitude. This would go a little way in further repaying this debt.
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    Created by Paul Needs Picture