• Private Litter Police DO NOT HELP US
    The current litter policy used by LCC is not fit for purpose the only thing it is doing is assisting a private company in making lots of cash and fast. The very small amount of funds that are kept by Leeds Council is only 24% at its highest and this money does not go back to helping the community and even if it did it amounts to nothing. We want Leeds to be a clean City but we DO NOT want Leeds to be a City people DO NOT want to visit because of the way Authority's treat people.
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    Created by Marti Blagborough Picture
  • Brighton & Hove Albion FC: Ditch single use plastic
    By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our seas. But Premier League football clubs still give our 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 Jenny Fyans Picture
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers: 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 Marcia Reid Picture
  • Leicester City: 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 Sara Priestley Picture
  • 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
  • Mitigate H2S impact on Toton, Nottinghamshire
    HS2 is coming and whatever your views are on the actual project, it's clear that all of us want to mitigate the impact it will have on Toton during its construction. Our campaign doesn't seek to undermine or promote HS2. We simply want HS2 to listen to residents, councillors and community groups that are asking them to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum.
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    Created by Lee Fletcher Picture
  • 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
  • Save Stanmore Country Park (Shropshire)
    Friends of Stanmore, a voluntary group established in 2013, have worked in partnership with Shropshire Council to maintain and enhance our beautiful green space. Successfully applying for grants including Veolia - Make a Difference used for 43 wildlife boxes and Tesco - Bags of Help used for path improvements, wildlife meadows, interpretation signage and tree planting. The green space is a substantial wildlife habitat which is important to preserve in order to protect biodiversity. The local population will lose out as they currently enjoy free and unrestricted access to a large green space for recreation. The country park forms a hub which has enhanced community integration through volunteering, wildlife identification events and a community orchard. There is a deficiency of open space in the immediate area.
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    Created by Lucy Hockenhull
  • Free UK Public Transport to reduce Climate Change
    We need to reduce Climate change and the UK needs to play it’s part in doing so and offer an alternative to taking the car every where we go. The government want’s us to chance our vehicles away from Diesel and Petrol at our expense with very little or no incentive to do so.
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    Created by David Lee 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
  • 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