Rain did not deter the fans, aged 21-60, some of whom have set up a new website at saptch.com with links to social media resources and petitions.
So far there are 3 petitions totalling almost 18,000 signatures.
Webmaster Peter Vernon told TV Tonight, “We created the website to provide a landing page and web presence that gave us an easy way to get people involved in the campaign to Save A Place To Call Home.
“The site provides details for each avenue available within the campaign, including Facebook, Twitter and Petitions – both online and paper and gives us a simple, easy to remember address that people can go to. It also lets people find out what’s happening with the campaign via our blog and media contacts as the campaign is gaining more recognition in the media.
“If people are not on Facebook or Twitter there’s also details on who you can write to at Seven. It’s basically a one stop shop for saving A Place to Call Home.”
In Camden where the series filmed exteriors, even the local bank has taken opportunity telling customers, “It’s OK Camden. We can help you find another place to call home with a great home loan from NAB.”
Hovering above the words is an axe….