West midlands news

Campaigning news from the West midlands 

  • Photo of patient eye test

    Worcestershire CCGs announce survey results on proposed cuts to health services


    Local people send a strong message to Worcestershire CCGs, not to restrict access to cataract surgery.

  • Share your experience of the built environment in the West Midlands


    Do you find it hard to cross the road safely in your local area? Does bin collection day make it almost impossible for you to leave your house? We’re gathering information from blind and partially sighted people in the West Midlands about their experiences of accessing their local area.

  • Live in Worcestershire? Have your say on proposals to restrict cataract surgery


    In March, three Clinical Commissioning Groups which manage the budget for the local healthcare across Worcestershire announced that they were exploring plans to reduce costs in some treatment areas, including cataract surgery. Find out how to have your say.

  • Making a difference and protecting vital services


    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


    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.

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