Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) Partners With NSPCC's Full Stop Week In The UK

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APH has joined in partnership with the National Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Children (NSPCC)supporting FULL STOP week through various sponsored events within the UK.

The NSPCC cannot end cruelty to children on its own, which is why a partnership with APH is so important. We rely on the generosity and support of individuals and companies, such as APH, for 85% of our income.

During October, Airports Parking and Hotels (APH) will make a donation to The National Society For The Prevention of Cruelty To Children (NSPCC) for every airport, car park and hotel booking made online at or via a dedicated telephone number: 0870 733 2147. Additionally, APH employees will be supporting FULL STOP week through various sponsored events.

Nick Caunter, managing director, APH, said "It’s a privilege to be able to support the NSPCC. Our staff are very excited to be involved in this initiative, and together with our customers, we hope to raise a lot of money for the cause. A typical car park booking through or 0870 733 2147 means we can make a donation of more than £3 per average booking. Alternatively, if a customer books a hotel and parking package the donation will be around £7.50 each time. We hope to raise thousands of pounds in this way. "

During the campaign, APH will communicate key messages of the ‘Talk ‘til It Stops’ initiative to its customers. APH will also be selling NSPCC FULL STOP badges and new Barney the Dinosaur zip pulls at their sites across the UK.

Working with APH, the NSPCC hopes to spread the message to employees and customers that they can all play a part in helping to end cruelty to children, through raising awareness, raising funds and talking about child abuse til it stops.

Elaine Dodds, head of corporate partnerships, the NSPCC, said "The NSPCC cannot end cruelty to children on its own, which is why a partnership with APH is so important. We rely on the generosity and support of individuals and companies, such as APH, for 85% of our income."

APH has over 20 years’ experience as a retailer of pre-booked airport parking. It offers parking at 18 UK airports, ports and Eurotunnel terminals plus airport hotels packaged with parking, airport lounges, travel insurance, car hire and holiday taxis and has over 20 years’ experience in operating its own airport car parks. It has more than 8000 spaces at sites serving London Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham airports and handles over 600,000 bookings each year.


The NSPCC's purpose is to end cruelty to children. Its vision is of a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential. We seek to achieve cultural, social and political change - influencing legislation, policy, practice, attitudes and behaviours for the benefit of children and young people. For more information visit

Since the launch of the FULL STOP campaign in 1999 the NSPCC has increased its projects and services for children and young people across the country. In the latest phase of the FULL STOP Campaign, the NSPCC is seeking to encourage people to talk about child abuse. The message to the public will be ‘Talk 'til it stops’. The campaign aims to show that by talking about concerns to a neighbour, friend or the NSPCC Helpline, we can work together towards ending cruelty to children.

About APH

APH is a member of The Independent Airport Park and Ride Association (IAPRA) which represents UK independent park and ride operators.APH has industry-leading customer retention rates: 96% of customers state that they are likely or very likely to book the same APH car park again.Association of Chief Police Officers of England Wales and Northern Ireland (ACPO), Safer Parking Award winner.APH is currently a preferred partner of The AA. Other partners include HSBC, BT, Asda, BSkyB, the Institute of Advanced Motorists and Toys R US.

Bookings can be made with experienced telemarketing staff by phone (0800 – 2200 Monday – Thursday, 0800 – 2100 Friday, 0900 – 1900 Saturday and 0900 – 2200 on Sunday). Bookings can also be made online 24 hours a day at

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Sarah Falkingham or Emily Grubb:

Tel: + 44 (0)207 681 6270

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