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Protect Forest of Dean District Council's remaining badgers by investing in badger vaccination projects in the area.

409 Signatures Goal: 500

The "pilot culls" of badgers in Gloucestershire in 2013 have led many people to seriously question the humanity, efficiency and cost of this method of "controlling" bTB, especially as it has been condemned by so many leading and reputable scientists.


This petition calls on Forest of Dean District Council to assist with an alternative strategy which is already working across Wales and in many parts of England.


We, the undersigned, call on Forest of Dean District Council to give financial support to local badger vaccination projects being undertaken and to financially assist other badger vaccination projects which may be set up in the future.

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  • Katriona Murphy
    Katriona Murphy United Kingdom, London
    Oct 02, 2014
    Oct 02, 2014
    If Stroud can make the decision not to kill (Cull) then so can you.
  • Heather Martin
    Heather Martin United Kingdom, London
    Sep 18, 2014
    Sep 18, 2014
    We are, hopefully, moving to the country shortly and hope that our council will protect the local wildlife. Please sign up to the alternative method and prevent the terrible 'shotgun' solution in our beautiful countryside.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Sep 17, 2014
    Sep 17, 2014
    please put an end to this dreadful ,unscientific cull of badgers and assist financial support of badger vaccination programmes.
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Jul 21, 2014
    Jul 21, 2014
    pointless waste of tax payers money..unscientific nonsense.
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    David Gristock United Kingdom
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    Katriona Murphy
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    Heather Martin
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    daisy
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    Elaine Alexander
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