With calls for a nationwide ban on car parking on pavements we asked for your pictures of problem spots in Herefordshire.

These, below, are the photos you sent us.

Your evidence of the problem here follows a parliamentary committee's inquiry, in which people said the worst case of pavement parking was effectively trapping disabled, elderly and vulnerable people and making them "afraid to leave their homes".

MPs recommended that ministers ban pavement parking across England, and hand local councils the powers to crack down on what they dubbed "anti-social parking behaviour".

Their call will chime with emegency services locally, who are frequently frustrated by access to streets being restricted by inconsiderate drivers.

Post your photo of parking on footpaths

Often have to walk in the road here

Often have to walk in the road here
Trevor King

on a residential street in Leominster

on a residential street in Leominster
Andrew Morris

Stonebow road. Cars don't fit on these 'drives' at the best of times but with scaffolding taking up half the drive this driver seems to feel entitled to park fully across the pavement

Stonebow road. Cars don't fit on these 'drives' at the best of times but with scaffolding taking up half the drive this driver seems to feel entitled to park fully across the pavement
Robert Morris

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.
Community contributor

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.
Community contributor

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.
Community contributor

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.

Inconsiderate parking. Very annoying.
Community contributor

Today is a good day at this spot in Baysham Street. The gap is often much narrower. Many pedestrians use the road now to get along this street. I am…

Today is a good day at this spot in Baysham Street. The gap is often much narrower. Many pedestrians use the road now to get along this street. I am…
Community contributor

Parked dangerously on a corner also preventing anybody walking by, never mind a wheelchair or pushchair

Parked dangerously on a corner also preventing anybody walking by, never mind a wheelchair or pushchair
Community contributor

Many streets in the Victorian areas, St Nicholas and St James, are quite narrow, and if cars park with all wheels on the road then vans, buses, and lorries cannot get through. By putting 2 wheels up onto the kerb we are enabling traffic to pass along our narrow streets. Perhaps the answer is to make the footpaths slightly narrower, or to make buses and lorries narrower.

John McCloskey

A ban on pavement parking definitely needs to happen, I have a mobility issue and have been forced to walk in the road by inconsiderate parking on pavements, Not only is this a dangerous practice it is arrogant and inconsiderate, Drivers need to learn that it’s called a Foot Path for a reason it’s for Pedestrians to walk on in safety it is not there for the selfish and arrogant to use as a private parking space.

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Site of frequent offending.

Site of frequent offending.
Community contributor