West midlands news

Campaigning news from the West midlands 

  • Making a difference and protecting vital services

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    Thank you to over 200 people who have taken the campaign action to help protect vital rehabilitation services. Your support is making a real difference.

  • Solihull Street Charter

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    Rebecca Swift, Regional Campaigns Officer for the West Midlands, in conjunction with a focus group of local blind and partially sighted people and members of the Solihull Vulnerable Road Users group, is working with Solihull Council to create a street charter.

  • Worcester MP takes blindfold walk challenge

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    Robin Walker MP took part in a blindfold walk around Worcester to highlight the challenges that blind and partially sighted people face when getting out and about in their local areas on 30 October.

  • It’s all change at Birmingham New Street Station

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    The brand new New Street Station in Birmingham will be opening its doors in September this year. Find out how you can book onto orientation tours before the station opens.

  • Telford Councillor goes on blindfold walk

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    Councillor Overton, Deputy Leader of Telford Council, took part in a blindfold walk on 20 July with local campaigner John Walker in order to understand the difficulties blind and partially sighted people when getting out and about in the area.

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