16,000+ sign-ups, through various different organisations, from people right across the UK who wanted to attend the lobby.
The crowds in Victoria Tower Gardens, waiting to meet with their MPs
12,000 attendees estimate to have attended on the day
Even the wombles made an appearance!
351 MPs lobbied!
Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham, talks to his constituents
338 young people from 28 schools came to the School Zone on the day and lobbied their MP
A teacher leads her group of schoolchildren to meet the MP for their school's constituency
300 organisation staff and volunteers delivered the day, with many arriving at 8 am (and some even the night before!) to ensure everyone had a fantastic day
The Ask the Expert volunteer team getting ready to head out and answer everyone's questions!
75% of all 650 Westminster constituencies were represented on the day
The constituency group for Mid-Bedfordshire speaking to their MP
51 RSPB staff and volunteers involved, from volunteering on the day to working on the main lobby planning and delivery groups
RSPB staff with their Save Nature Now placards
Eight months to plan and deliver one amazing day!
Constituents from Leeds North display a huge handmade banner
Two fantastic Coalitions that joined together to deliver the lobby: The Climate Coalition and Greener UK. Together they have a combined membership of over 100 different organisations and groups - from parent and faith groups to nature and development organisations - representing millions of people across the UK.
From left to right: Maddy Carroll from Greener UK, Jenny Wilson the lobby project manager and Lindsay Smith from The Climate Coalition
One goal - to call for urgent action on the nature crisis and climate emergency so that both us and the wildlife and wild places we love will still be around for future generations to marvel at.
A lobby attendee with a beautifully hand-crafted sign
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