Anti-idling Poster Campaign

Our new poster campaign, designed in collaboration with Islington Council, is aimed at encouraging drivers to switch off their engines. If you have experienced problems on your walk to school with air pollution from parked cars running their engines, then please join us in taking positive action to change it by taking part in our anti-idling poster campaign.

Help reduce air pollution in your neighbourhood

Islington council has agreed for members of Islington Clean Air Parents to put up posters on lampposts near schools and parks where we see idling problems. The poster has been designed with the council which they have printed.   

Parents in Islington have been putting up posters near their children’s school and playgrounds.

How to Get Involved

It’s easy to get involved and put posters up in your neighbourhood. Start by identifying the names of the roads near your children’s school, nursery or park where you notice cars idling. 

Please email us with the following details:
– List of streets you’d like to put posters up in.
– The quantity of posters you’d like for each street
– Name of nearby school, nursery or park
– An address where we can deliver your posters to (this will be used for this purpose only and not retained for any other use)

The council has asked each of us putting up posters to keep an eye on them and take the posters down or replace them if they get damaged. This will help keep the campaign looking current and be more effective.

Take Action

If you’d like to get involved, please join Islington Clean Air Parents and email us with the details above.

Published by Islington Clean Air Parents

We are a fast growing group of parents and carers in Islington, highly concerned about the illegal levels of air pollution in the borough. Our members tell us they want to see more action being taken and faster.

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