Campaigning news from the West midlands
As part of work to improve the accessibility of Birmingham’s New Street station, there have been a number of changes made.
On 15 November, Solihull Borough Council became the first council in the West Midlands to launch a ‘street charter’ as part of our 'Who put that there!' campaign.
Blind and partially sighted people across the West Midlands have been taking part in our Need it to Read it campaign and requesting their health information in a format they can read.
National Express met with RNIB campaigners in Birmingham to discuss signing up to the RNIB bus charter.
On 22 September, Volunteer Campaign Coordinators Mike Hughes and Paul Bryce attended a meeting of the London Midland Access Advisory Panel along with Regional Campaigns Officer for the West Midlands, Rebecca Swift.