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Petition to The Scottish Parliament
This petition is to raise Scotland's awareness to the disgraceful treatment and lack of any identifying features, in the resting places of some of Scotland's much loved Royals.
King Malcolm III. (Canmore)
King Duncan II.
King Alexander I.
King David I.
King Malcolm IV.
Queen and Saint Margaret
All rested in the Dunfermline Abbey Nave.
This site is often called "Little Westminster".
We are asking for YOUR support to SIGN the Petition for dignified markers to honour our Past, Present and Future for the benefit of ALL.
Please visit www.royaltombsdunfermline.com To discover more about these Scottish Royals.
Petition to Professor Dominic Tweddle
The Yomper statue, so beautifully crafted by Philip Jackson, is a much loved feature of our Eastney seafront and significantly well placed outside our old Marine Barracks.
He has become much more than a marker for the Royal Marines Museum and is now considered as our local Falklands War Memorial.
The imposing scale of The Yomper needs space and adequate distance to be fully appreciated, and the visualization of the part in the major campaign that the statue represents couldn't be achieved in an interior space.
We understand that you are still undecided about the fate of the statue. We would be delighted if you were able to commission a new artwork for the new museum and allow "The Yomper" to remain where, we believe, he belongs.
Petition to BBC
The Greatest Blue Peter Presenter John Noakes died on 29th May 2017 and would like the BBC to create and erect a Staute to him and his beloved sidekick Shep at the entrance to the BBC Studios in Salford for all to see and appreciate what a talent he was.
Petition to Andy Burnham, Transport for Greater Mnachester, BBC Look North, ITV Grenada Reports, Key 103, Manchester Evening News
‘Tattoo & Name the Trams’
We respectfully request a rapid undertaking and implementation (on behalf of the ‘Manchester 22’ the ‘Manchester 119’, the people of Greater Manchester and the wider community) ….. please ‘Tattoo and Individually Name the Trams’ as an immediate & truly inspirational way of remembering, respecting & showing our love for those directly and indirectly involved in the events at the Manchester Arena on 22nd May 2017
Petition to The Prime Minister and the House Of Commons, the british public
PC Palmer embodied our great nations values and bravery, with his actions during the Westminster attacks.
I believe a plaque or a statue or another form of memorial at Parliament to PC Palmer, will be a reminder and a comfort that our Police and security forces, are always risking their lives to protect ours, as well as our freedom and democracy.
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