On my street news

  • Campaigners in Norwich

    Scrutinising the accessibility of Norwich City Centre


    We've been working with RNIB Connect Volunteers and partners in Norfolk to highlight the challenges of accessing Norwich City Centre since the implementation of a scheme that removed many of the controlled crossings in the area.

  • Oxford Road Manchester

    Take part in our Oxford Road user survey


    We are working with Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) and Manchester City Council to ensure that blind and partially sighted people can travel down Oxford Road using their chosen method of transport, safely, easily, and as independently as they wish to.

  • Image shows white cane user on street

    Oldham council to adopt street charter


    We're delighted that Oldham Council will be adopting a street charter for blind and partially sighted people.

  • Image shows advertising boards lining high street.

    A-Board Victory for the Northumberland Low Vision Action Group


    Northumberland County Council has made the decision to change its advertising board policy, following years of campaigning from the Northumberland Low Action Vision Group.

  • We need our crossings back


    In Norwich, a group of campaigners and RNIB Connect volunteers have been working with local film maker Tom Westwood. Together, they’ve made a short film highlighting the challenges blind and partially sighted people are facing due to the changes made by the city council to the layout of Norwich city centre.

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