If you’re on Twitter, you might have seen #TradesTalk, which is a weekly Q&A looking at topics that are relevant to tradespeople in the UK. The chat is on Tuesdays at 8pm and this week’s discussion was about heating engineer Peter Booth‘s #noVANber campaign against van and tool theft, which is calling on the government to investigate what can be done about these crimes.
Here’s a round up of the questions from the Twitter chat and some of the best answers.
Printing out posters to give to the merchants was also a popular suggestion – if you’d like to do the same, the posters can be downloaded here.
It's a mammoth task and we all need to pitch in and support him. Pete's a great ambassador but he can't get to 100k signatures on his own. If we RT, talk about it in the pub, merchants, cafe, supermarket etc to anyone & everyone it should be achievable. #TradesTalk
— Kevin Walker (@bitznpcz) November 6, 2018
Spreading the word far and wide is no easy task, but the tradespeople involved in the chat were full of ideas on getting the #noVANber message out there.
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— Richard Colby Richard Colby Plumbing & Heating Ltd (@r_colby_85) November 6, 2018
To take part in next week’s #TradesTalk, simply tune in from 8pm on Twitter.