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Campaigning news from the South east 

  • Trading places


    “Is there any particular stop that you’d like to get off at?" Blind and partially sighted passengers trade places with drivers from the Oxford Bus Company to celebrate them signing up to our Bus Charter.

  • Reading shared space scheme a real turn off


    Reading Council have been changing junctions in the town which includes permanently switching off traffic lights. Find out more about what's happened to stop this.

  • Brighton bus accessibility day celebrating our Bus Charter


    Campaigners from across London and the south east joined members of the public in Brighton for a Bus Accessibility Day on 19 May to celebrate Brighton and Hove Buses and their sister company Metro Buses, signing up to our bus charter.

  • Beacon of hope


    Milton Keynes Volunteer Campaign Coordinator and RNIB Connect team member, Padma Cheriyan has been campaigning for a navigation system at her local shopping centre, Centre MK.

  • Sussex campaigner Paul Millross

    Success in Sussex – South East Water now welcome and encourage requests for accessible information


    Sussex campaigner Paul Millross has succeeded in getting South East Water to revise the wording of their introduction letter to new customers – after four years of campaigning and dialogue.

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