We have put together some information to help you campaign for 20's Plenty
for your residential roads.
20s Plenty for Us is the national organisation campaigning
for 20 mph default speed limits, without traffic calming, where people live.
Campaigning can be very rewarding. We aim to maximise
that buzz by helping people to be effective at getting local road signs changed
to 20 mph.
Anna Semlyen’s Campaign Manager grant funded work is to
support local activists to press for change. Services are free (other than
materials like stickers), though we welcome donations. There are nearly
local 20s Plenty for Us groups around the country with some wonderfully
effective volunteer campaigners. 20s Plenty for Us offer anyone interested in
being active on 20mph limits the following: -
including a 4 minute video, leaflets, campaigners section, media section,
briefings – e.g. on air pollution, for transport professionals, press
releases, posters, graphics, stickers, template petitions, template letters
to councillors, case studies of local campaigns, advice on arguing the case
to various professionals, power point presentations, 20s Plenty Rap Poetry
(a rhyming summary of our message) and we are constantly adding more.
20’s Plenty stickers in various sizes (for wheelie bins, car bumpers, car
windows and bikes)
Join our facebook group:-
Free membership of a Yahoo campaigner discussion group to discuss concerns
and successes and swap information with likeminded people – (sign up by
free email address eg
Reading@20splentyforus.org.uk which we’d direct email to your private
free website template and hosting for local 20s Plenty sites eg see
www.20splentyforchichester.org.uk. These can include free
free mailing to your local press service of national press releases like the
20mph improves air quality pollution briefing. Please send press contact
Media quotes and liaison – for instance to national and local press, TV and
Writing “Why is 20 Plenty for Your Location?” leaflets in Microsoft Publisher from our
Technical help and assistance – e.g. critiques of local speed management
plans, Local Authority papers, implementation advice, Freedom Of
Information request formats and how to complain to your Council.
Telephone and email help from Rod King (in Warrington), Anna Semlyen (in
York) and Jeremy Leach (in London)
Help with your presentations at public meetings/conferences by assisting
with advice, guidance, posters, displays, leaflets and power point slides.
Funding advice e.g. how to get free venue hire for your meetings – perhaps at
a school / pub.
Loan of speed detector
Starting a campaign pack (see below)
Support in that you are not alone! In fact the power of our campaign is that
it is such a universal aspiration.
Look to see if there is a local 20’s Plenty for Us group
where you live on the campaigner map
here. If there isn’t, and you’d like to start a local group, please agree to
email@example.com email address. Plus send your postal
firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a free starter campaign pack with
some of our materials like leaflets and stickers.
If you have suggestions for anything else we can do, or
feedback please let us know.
And please, remember that 20's Plenty for Us is a
"grass-roots" organisation. We know what its like to work in the community. We
know the great successes that are possible and also some of the setbacks which
are inevitable. We would like to help so please just ask.