Beverley campaigner gains support of local decision makers over ‘A’ boards

Post date: 
Monday, 28 July 2014
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Beverley Volunteer Campaign Lead, Dianne Woodford has been working hard on her campaign to remove the barrier of A boards in her local town.
 
Dianne recently met with MP for Beverley and Holderness, Graham Stuart and the local Councillor with responsibility for the environment, David Eldvidge to get A boards removed from Beverley. 
 
Dianne was successful in getting the support of these two decision makers. Mr Stuart and Councillor Eldvidge both agree that A boards cause an obstruction and are an unnecessary hazard and have agreed to address the issue in Beverley.
 
If you have experienced a similar issue in the area, please get in contact with Tracy on 01133 86 28 08 or at tracy.dearing@rnib.org.uk.