• Ban Dangerous Pesticides in County Durham
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Dawn Russell Picture
  • Save Priestnall Hey
    Priestnall Hey is a well used community area and part of the local nature reserve. It is within the Mauldeth Road conservation area which aims to "encourage retention of the high quality features of buildings in the Conservation Area and to enhance the environment of which they are part". The erection of a new, modern school is unlikely to achieve this aim. In addition, Priestnall Hey is in close proximity to Priestnall High School and Leisure Centre, both of which are busy, well attended facilities. The addition of a further school in such a congested area is likely to reduce safety of pedestrians and road users and restrict the right to peaceful enjoyment of residents.
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    Created by Philip Farrelly
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Moretonhampstead
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Danielle Baines
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Paisley, Johnstone, Bridge of Weir, Houston and all of Renfrewshire now!
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Gregor Burns Picture
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Essex
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by James WaterHouse Picture
  • Leave our Wild Community Verges in Millbrook to Flourish
    We need far more spaces for bees to breed and forage - instead of destroying their habi­tats, how about some serious Millbrook bee care! Many in our community take joy in the grasses, wild flowers and wildlife that are increasing here by the year. Red clover, self heal, violets, kidney vetch, cow parsley, silverweed, forget-me-nots, buttercups, daisys, dandelions and even cuckoo flower (lady’s smock) love the dampish grasses along the fence line! Leaving it un-cut does not cause obstruction with sight-line to traffic, dogs must be on leads here, so no dog mess and I've never seen it with any rubbish! What I do see is a fantastic educational resource for our children, a place of bees, butterflies and sloe worms - and a big buzzard that lives in the trees above! DON'T DESTROY THEIR HABITAT!
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    Created by Vix Hill-Ryder
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Todmorden
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Helen felton
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Isleworth
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Valentina Bernardi
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Littlehampton
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Carol Coe
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in the Dudley Borough
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Patricia Lewis Picture
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Penzance, Cornwall
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Patrick Brett
  • Ban Dangerous Pesticides in Thanet
    The use of glyphosates has already been banned or restricted in 8 countries. It is not acceptable that ourselves, our children and the animals we share our community with are being routinely exposed to these chemicals whether we like it or not. This is a matter of great importance for those of us who care about each other's health and the health of our children, our cats, our dogs and all the flora and fauna of this city, of course including our beloved bees. If you don't live in this area, click here to start a campaign for your city: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/start-a-pesticide-campaign
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    Created by Jan Nolan