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Petition - Citizens' Assembly on the Climate Emergency
We live or study in Wokingham Borough.
We note the current climate emergency action plan adopted by Council is a plan that will definitely not make Wokingham Borough Carbon neutral by 2030.
We petition Wokingham Borough Council to:
(1) Commission a Citizens’ Assembly to address the issue of how to make the Borough Carbon neutral by 2030;
(2) Ensure the Citizens’ Assembly is free from political inference and control;
(3) Commit to adopting the recommendations of the Citizens' Assembly.
Petition - Wokingham Borough Council - do more to end harassment of women and girls in our area
We live, work or study in Wokingham Borough.
We call on Wokingham Borough Council to: (1) Support the work of White Ribbon UK, a leading charity engaging with men and boys on the issue of male violence; (2) Promote the Our Streets Now campaign which seeks to criminalise street harassment of women a crime, by writing to our Members of Parliament and the Police and Crime Commissioner; (3) Ask our schools to develop clear and separate polices on the harassment of women and girls and include this issue in PSHE education.
Petition: John Redwood MP, Rishi Sunak MP and Boris Johnson MP - reverse the cut in Universal Credit and suspend the MIF for the self-employed.
Petition - Wokingham Borough Council - install a pedestrian crossing on Milton Road
We, the undersigned, petition Wokingham Borough Council to install a pedestrian crossing on Milton Road near the
exit from Cantley Park. This crossing is particularly dangerous for students of The Holt School when they cross the road on their way to and from school. Students, parents, teachers and residents expect Wokingham Borough Council to do everything in its power to make this crossing point as safe as possible for our young people and the wider community.
Petition - Wokingham Borough Council - install a pedestrian crossing on Warren House Road
We the undersigned petition Wokingham Borough Council to install a pedestrian crossing on Warren House Road near the
new Mulberry View development. Local people know that this road is dangerous to cross and Wokingham Borough Council must take into account residents’ knowledge and install a suitable pedestrian crossing.