South east news
Campaigning news from the South east
Campaigners and sight loss charities participated in a round table event on the campaign to get a sight loss adviser in Basingstoke.
RNIB Volunteer Campaign Coordinator for Milton Keynes, Padma Cheriyan, has been speaking to local restaurants, cafes and pubs about how a PenFriend could make their menus accessible to blind and partially sighted people in the city:
Bus operator Go South Coast has signed up to RNIB's bus charter and held a Swap with me event in Eastleigh to mark the occasion on 21 August.
Portsmouth South Conservative candidate learns about difficulty faced by constituents with sight lossUndefined
Conservative prospective Parliamentary candidate for Portsmouth South, Flick Drummond went on a blindfold walk around Portsmouth city centre on 26 February to highlight the challenges people with sight loss face getting out and about.
Liberal Democrat Councillor and prospective Parliamentary candidate for Portsmouth South, Gerald Vernon-Jackson took part in a blindfold walk on 24 February around Portsmouth city centre.