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  • campaigning campaigns E-scooters micro mobility technology transport

    Additional dockless bike scheme to hit London streets

    A new dockless rented bicycle scheme is coming to London. This time it's carbon neutral and electric, but presents many of the same issues blind and partially sighted pedestrians have with previous schemes.

  • advocacy campaigning elections

    Democracy Volunteers: Special election report

    Read Democracy Volunteers' report into experiences of voting for blind and partially sighted voters in London during the 2021 Mayoral elections.

  • accessibility advice assistive technology audiobooks reading

    The joy of listening to the spoken word

    Want to start listening to audiobooks but don't know where to start or which providers to choose? Jonathan Ward has been listening to audio books since the 70s - let him point you in the right direction!

  • accessibility advocacy campaigning campaigns disability E-scooters micro mobility transport

    London Sight Loss Council – June highlights

    Check out what the London Sight Loss was up to in June - with highlights from National Volunteers' Week and engaging with London's e-scooter operators.

  • advocacy campaigning cashless journeys

    Cash acceptance reinstated across Transport for London network

    Transport for London will be reinstating cash at nearly all the stations that became cashless at the beginning of the pandemic. This is a great outcome for blind and partially sighted Londoners.

  • advice assistive technology personal stories support

    Looking into the distance

    Jonathan has been using a monocular to help see things in the distance for 40 years. In this blog he explains how to get the most out of these vision aids and how to find cheaper options online.

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