Adblock Hackney launched on International Anti-Advertising Day March 25th, with a digital ad cover-up and 100+ objections to new digital billboards! Read about the launch in these two articles in the Hackney Gazette: Anti-ad campaign takes over digital ad units in ShoreditchCover-up campaign: Action taken against Shoreditch digital ads and in EastLondonLines: “It’s reclaiming the…Continue reading Adblock Hackney launched. Get involved!
Adblock Hackney launched on 25th March 2022 and are campaigning for a happier, healthier, more environmentally-friendly Hackney by tidying up the streets and removing visual pollution. Sign the petition against 9 new digital billboards in Shoreditch. Follow Adblock Hackney on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Latest Blog Posts
Beyond Consumerism: Reducing the Brain Pollution from AdvertisingNational Conference hosted by Adfree Cities & Badvertising 🗓️ Saturday 14th May 2022, 10am – 5pm📍 Conway Hall, LondonThis event has been and gone – thanks to all who came! Are there too many adverts everywhere you look, do they seem to follow you around? It’s not just…Continue reading Beyond Consumerism – Adfree Cities National Conference 2022
Following last week’s blog post, we’ve now found details of the extra 5 Street Hubs that BT are hoping to install in our city. And once again, we need your help to object. Every single objection counts, so please encourage your friends to speak out too! Why are we objecting to the BT Street Hubs?…Continue reading Object to YET more back-to-back digital advertising for Norwich! (part 2)
As you may have heard, BT is applying to install ‘Street Hubs’ throughout the UK – including many in Norwich. This is being reported in the local press as if it’s an uncontroversial ‘good thing’: predictably, that doesn’t tell the whole story. Why are we objecting to the BT Street Hubs? A BT Street Hub…Continue reading Object to more back-to-back digital advertising for Norwich!
Families in Dagenham, Essex are furious at Barking and Dagenham Council for allowing Clear Channel to install a huge digital advertising screen directly facing residential properties. By using outdated planning rules around ‘like for like’ advertising, Clear Channel have been able to replace an innocuous paper billboard with an Orwellian monstrosity without consulting the public or…Continue reading Stop the Screen! Barking and Dagenham