That’s brilliant, Hogmeister. That’s what we need, for everyone to get 5 or 6 people to sign. It shouldn’t be too difficult. I always think word of mouth is most reliable, because you can explain the matter to people. It isn’t that easy to understand, I don’t feel, only from the wording on the petition.
Good places to put posters are local shops and pet shops. Try to get the people who work there on board so that they can encourage others when you aren’t there. Posters can be downloaded from BHPS or Penny did an updated one for this year if you scroll down on the following you will find it.
‘Hedgehogs need your help in 2018’ from which, hopefully, people who signed last year will realise it is a new petition and that they need to sign again.
Also if you are going to a big organisation, such as a hospital, you could ask them to put a poster up in their staff room. Keep a supply of posters with you, so if you think of somewhere else, you have some to hand. Just tell everyone about it, on the bus, in the supermarket queue, etc. Have a bundle of the small black and white posters (available from BHPS site) to hand out. Try to write the link on it to make it easier for people to get the right petition.