Envision network news
As part of Envision’s campaign to make coffee shops accessible, we need as many blind and partially sighted 18-30 year olds to mystery shop in as many coffee shops as possible. We've extended the deadline so please mystery shop today!
RNIB campaigner Adele Waterfall-Brown took Darlington councillors on a blindfold walk on 10 June to raise awareness of the difficulties people with sight loss face every day.
We recently formed a steering group for the Envision network, made up of eight members of the network. The group work with our campaigns team to help coordinate and drive forward the work of Envision.
We are pleased to announce that members of Envision, our campaign network for young people, have chosen to focus their first campaign on inaccessible menus in coffee shops.
The launch of our young people's campaign network for blind or partially sighted 18-30 year olds was held between 23 and 24 October in partnership with Haggeye, a similar group set up by RNIB Scotland.