Stickers and Banners

We have a range of stickers, banners and other resources for campaigners


Add them to wheelie bins, cars, windows or bicycles to make your campaign noticed locally. You can order your Wheelie Bin stickers here


Other stickers of varying sizes can be ordered here: window stickers, bumper stickers or bike stickers



A great way to advertise why 20mph matters in your local community, you can order our banners here 

We also have two types of banners specifically for use near schools

School_Banner.jpg Order a banner asking drivers to keep to a 20mph speed limit
Order a banner asking councillors to approve a 20mph for a child's journey 


20's Plenty or Love 30 (in km/h) campaign groups may also use our graphics and logos as below :-

 20mph_coloured.jpg  30kmh_coloured.jpg

On most browsers you can right-click on the image to copy it.

Email us if you would like hi-res versions of these.


Postage and packing prices are for UK destinations. We can ship to other countries, but this may incur an additional postage cost - please email us for costs.

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  • Ina Chantry
    commented 2022-05-20 16:51:48 +0100
    Stoke Row would like to order bin stickers but really we would like to be sent an invoice and pay by BACs, is this possible? if it is then an order should come in quickly.
    Thanks, Ina
  • Ian Vaughan-Arbuckle
    commented 2021-07-22 15:58:09 +0100
    Rod, is it possible, please, to have bin sized stickers with a particular wording e.g. ‘Langton Matravers residents want’ – then the 20 mph logo – followed by ‘now’ ? I would want 50 copies. What would they cost and how can I order them? Thanks. Ian VA
  • Rod King
    commented 2021-06-27 10:34:24 +0100
    We now have banners available that say :-
    “Help our children walk and cycle to school”
    “Please give us 20mph (heart) speed limits”.
  • Terry McCarthy
    commented 2021-02-16 13:35:57 +0000
    Hello Rod. Any chance of a banner which says “We would like [Heart/20mph] speed limits please” to be more impactful where we will campaign for changes to be made? Thanks. Terry.
  • Miranda Pickersgill
    commented 2020-10-22 19:01:40 +0100
    Thank you Rod. We really like the stickers with the broken heart and will use your experience in trying to persuade our council to let us use them too. The removal of our “20 is plenty” stickers by our council, without warning or permission has caused anger and frustration among residents. Residents bought their own stickers and rightly object to these being removed and destroyed by the council. We are now looking for an alternative sticker which our council can agree to. Your organisation has a few we are interested in! Thanks again, Miranda (from the Greener Church Road Group, Winscombe, Somerset).
  • Rod King
    commented 2020-10-21 20:09:40 +0100
    Hi Miranda

    Yes. The heart shape is clearly not a road sign. It uses a different shape in being a heart instead of a circle, it is a “broken heart” in that it is not continuous" and includes the word “mph”. It also has a clear campaigning message. It does not “direct” drivers to drive at 20mph. Hence it cannot be confused with or interpreted as a road sign.

    The signs have been bought and used by campaigners and parish councils in their thousands for use in areas that are campaigning for the Traffic Authority to set a local 20mph speed limit in place of the national 30mph limit.

    The signs are usually used on private land or on Wheelie Bins.
  • Miranda Pickersgill
    commented 2020-10-21 17:39:29 +0100
    Can one display the “20 is Plenty .. Where people are” sticker, with the ‘20’ set inside a heart, in areas which currently have a 30 mph limit but residents are campaigning for a 20 mph limit? We have recently displayed the version where the ‘20’ is set within a red circle and the text is “20 is plenty … Please drive carefully” but these have been removed by the council as illegal. We currently have a 30 mph limit but are campaigning for a 20 mph limit. Thank you.