WoW Mums attended Mayor’s question time in City Hall today. We are very pleased that Mr. Sadiq Khan has taken WoW suggestion seriously and that all stations will have platform number and relevant travel information in Braille at every platform in Clapham Junction station and other stations. Thank you to our Assembley Member Leonie Cooper for her support.
WoW Mums would like to see these whirlpool turbines on Thames tributaries in London as ecological power generators for local neighbourhoods.
WoW Mum Senia Dedić has been invited to The Wireless radio Station to take part in a celebration of International Women’s Day and the centenary of women’s right to vote. You can listen to the discussion tonight at 6pm on Voicesc with Nicola Kidner and the film will be aired on 8th March 2018.
WoW Mum Senia Dedić has asked the Parliament Minister Marsha de Cordova to raise an issue of blind people needing Braille signs on stairs handles at railway stations, so they would know which platform they are accessing and destinations from there.
- WoW Mums would like to see chargers for electric cars in every lamp post, as Westminster Council is doing, as an incentive for driving electric cars and stop air pollution.
WoW Mums have submitted a proposal to Big Local SW11 for solar car parks and electric car charging points to give an insentive to people to buy electric cars.
WoW Mum Senia Dedic raised an awareness of high air pollution in Battersea and suggested electric buses on 17 bus routes through Clapham Junction as one of the solutions. WoW Mums trips out of London for children with respiratory problems was another, as well as incentives for drivers of electric cars.