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Have you had a poor experience visiting your eye hospital?
Bhavini Makwana sits on Moorfields Eye Hospital's stakeholder group which works to improve patient experiences at the hospital.
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.
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.
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.
Cash acceptance reinstated across TfL 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.
London Sight Loss Council: open letter on rental e-scooter trials
The London Sight Loss Council has written an open letter to Transport for London about the ongoing e-scooter rental trials in London.
London Mayoral election 2021
The London Mayoral elections are days away. Do you know what promises the candidates have made to disabled Londoners?
International Women’s Day 2021
Retinitis Pigmentosa Awareness Month – Bhavini’s story
Cashless journeys on the TfL network: London Vision’s response
London Vision welcomes Transport for London's announcement that it won't push to make more of London's Underground and Overground stations cashless.