Other campaigning news
Sheffield campaigner highlights the difficulties blind and partially sighted people face with accessing retailersEnglish
RNIB Campaign Coordinator, Julie Swift is continuing to step up her local retail campaign.
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.You have until Friday 12 December to complete the survey so please mystery shop today!
The latest Envision steering group meeting was held at our Judd Street office on 23 October in order for the group to plan the next stages of the network’s coffee shop campaign and to think about the next campaign and elections to the next steering group.
South West volunteer campaigner Josie Iles has been successful in persuading her council to reign back plans to remove pedestrian crossings and kerbs in Keynsham. Josie spoke to us about why shared space could be two little words you won’t want to hear.
RNIB volunteer campaigners Gerry and Anne Taylor took Durham North MP Kevan Jones and Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Hogg on a blindfold walk around Durham city centre on 3 October to highlight the difficulties people with sight loss face on a daily basis.