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Support JPK

239 Signatures Goal: 500

Heartbreak for JPK! Please show your support and sign the petition. The JPK Project is a wonderful group that raises money and helps to house people with learning disabilities, who have no plans for the future when their carers or parents become too old to care for them or unfortunately die. JPK have wanted to purchase the site at Edgmond Evangelical Church, Old Town, Eastbourne. However they have unfortunately faced a very hostile reaction from a few local residents who have been scaremongering and badgering others to appeal to the council to reject the plans. The council's planning committee voted against the the project, which appears to be based on the claims of those who are against the project. JPK are appealing this decision and and we are looking to compile a list of names for a petition of those in support. JPK desperately need your support. Please sign this petition to generate as much support as possible!!! Please check out their website and like the facebook pageĀ 

http://www.jpkproject.co.uk/
http://www.facebook.com/JKPProject

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  • Pennie Kidman
    Pennie Kidman United Kingdom, Tonbridge
    Jan 15, 2015
    Jan 15, 2015
    I wouldn't ask anyone to walk a mile in my shoes, but please let my daughter walk safely in hers when I'm not around anymore. I would like you all to think about this desperately needed project next time your shoes give you blisters! Or even better miss just one visit to the shoe shop (for yet another pair of heels that stay in your wardrobe because they give you blisters) and donate the money. "build a better community, and be proud to be part of it"
  • Pennie Kidman
    Jan 15, 2015
    Jan 15, 2015
    I wouldn't ask anyone to walk a mile in my shoes, but please let my daughter walk safely in hers when I'm not around anymore. I would like you all to think about this desperately needed project next time your shoes give you blisters! Or even better miss just one visit to the shoe shop (for yet another pair of heels that stay in your wardrobe because they give you blisters) and donate the money. "build a better community, and be proud to be part of it"
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