Some thoughts on why the Blue Badge scheme is important and why people abusing it should be fined.
This is a disabled parking bay. There are four of them at my son’s school. They are close to the school entrance and they are wider than normal bays. Doesn’t it look inviting?
This is my son Benjamin’s blue badge. I had to apply for it, and pay for it. Many disabled people have to fight for it. It entitles me to park in the disabled bays at my son’s school (and anywhere else) when I have him with me and he will be getting out of the vehicle, or when I will be picking him up and putting him into the vehicle.
These are four of the cars that were parked in the disabled spaces at my son’s school today. None of them is displaying a blue badge.
Maybe their drivers aren’t aware that although this isn’t a public road the school still enforces the blue badge scheme? Maybe…
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