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Local campaigners, supported by RNIB, have succeeded in getting a signal controlled pedestrian controlled crossing built, on Lyme Regis' main shopping street.
Despite the challenges posed by coronavirus, eye care services are about to be transformed and thanks to the hundreds of people who responded to the Eyes Wise 100 Voices survey with NHS England, patients will have a say in these changes.
Our recommendations on improving the accessibility of the process are being taken forward by the Test and Trace team. In the meantime, we wanted to outline some of the key parts of using a home testing kit for you to be aware of so that you can take a test successfully now.
RNIB Volunteer Campaigners Cameron and Valerie Kennedy are celebrating the arrival of tactile paving at crossings, and the installation of a controlled crossing on the busy main road in their hometown of Bideford, North Devon, after campaigning for safer streets for people with sight loss.
We've highlighted issues the Government needs to consider, to make the coronavirus vaccine roll-out work for blind and partially sighted people.