Yorkshire and humber news
Campaigning news from Yorkshire and Humber
A Leeds campaigner has succeeded in securing local traffic calming and management measures after lobbying local councillors and highways officers.
Yorkshire and Humber Volunteer Campaign Coordinators Sajid and Charlotte have each undertaken a full day of mystery shopping activity across Leeds on First buses to test the level of service that’s provided for blind and partially sighted passengers.
Beverley Volunteer Campaign Lead, Dianne Woodford has been working hard on her campaign to remove the barrier of A boards in her local town.
Ann Khola, the newest member of the Yorkshire and Humber Volunteer Campaign Coordinator team, has started her own campaign to get hedges and trees cut back in her local area of West Hull.
Yorkshire campaigner highlights the difficulties blind and partially sighted people have with accessing retailersUndefined
Julie Swift Volunteer Campaign Coordinator in Sheffield is stepping up her retail campaign in Sheffield. Julie has undertaken a number of mystery shopping trips across the city to test the levels of customer service offered to blind and partially sighted people.