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RNIB – Perils on our High Streets

Last week MK CIL supported the RNIB in their Street Accessibility campaign. Marie Jenkins from RNIB escorted Cllr Legg and Reporter Chris Knight from MK News on a blind walk on Bletchley High Street. Read Chris’s article below and take…
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MK News reports on RNIBs street obstacle campaign

Last Saturday morning Allison Carlton, Network and Engagement Manager at MK CIL, supported Padma Cheriyan and RNIB in promoting their campaign to remove street obstacle’s. This took place on Bletchley, High Street with Councillor Mick Legg and a reporter Chris Knight…
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Local Councilor takes part in RNIB Challenge

Mr Legg, the Milton Keynes Council Cabinet member for Public Realm and Chris Knight, Report for MK News, took part in the walk around Queensway, Bletchley in support of RNIBs campaign highlighting the challenges that blind and visually impaired people…
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Are you looking for LOVE!

My name is Katie Clarke and I am a Researcher on the fifth series of The Undateables. The series aims to show how totally dateable people are with all manner of conditions and to counter commonly held beliefs and prejudices…
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Blind-fold Walk Queensway Bletchley

Cllr. Mick legg, whose portfolio includes highways, has kindly agreed to walk blind-fold in Queensway, Bletchley to raise awareness among the businesses and general public about the dangers posed by pavement clutter like advertising boards and café furniture, to blind…
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Bedroom Tax – Your Views Needed

PDSICG  - a consultation group on issues for the physically disabled , hearing and visually impaired people in Milton Keynes is seeking your views on the Bedroom Tax.  The bedroom tax restricts the amount of housing benefit that council and…
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MK Healthcare Review Newsletter

Focus on the future – next steps… The current phase of work, which has been shaped by feedback received to date, continues to focus on two key areas – exploring in detail the preferred options for the future of services…
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MK Taxis – tell us about your experiences

Can you help?? I work for the Milton Keynes Centre for integrated living (MKCIL) and as part of my role I support a local group called Disability Action Group (DAG). We are currently looking at writing a guide for people…
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