Unfortunately, we can’t find a contact telephone number for CitizenCard, however, you can contact them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to CitizenCard, 36 Bromells Road, London, SW4 0BG.
CitizenCard is an identity card scheme offered by a non-profit organisation which for years was the government-endorsed precursor to the controversial national identity card scheme piloted by the UK’s Labour government. Despite that initiative falling through, the CitizenCard continued to function as a voluntary scheme primarily aimed at youngsters who are always being asked to prove their age upon purchase of legal drugs (cigarettes, alcohol, “medicine”, etc) and upon entry to nightclubs, etc.
Presently partnered with several large companies offering discounts to cardholders (to help promote the scheme), the CitizenCard still has limited adoption amongst young people (as it holds no intrinsic value like a passport or driving licence does, plus many people have never heard of the CitizenCard) although this is contrary to what their website will tell you, as it promotes itself with the façade of being the most popular form of ID around (“No ID card is more widely recognised by retailers than CitizenCard” – what rubbish!) and the card is “endorsed by the Home Office, Police and Trading Standards” (for what reason – to push the mandatory ID card agenda as part of turning this country into an Orwellian police state, perhaps).