This documentary film focuses on the problems blind and partially sighted people face on using a road design called shared space, which has been introduced into the UK without taking their needs into account. The film was inspired by the road system, which replaced Leek Roundabout, which is a mixture of shared space, traffic lights and f.
The film was premiered in House of Lords on the United Nations Day for the Persons with Disabilities and was covered extensively by ITV Regional News and by BBC Midlands Today & BBC Sunday Politics Show. The film was covered nationally by BBC Breakfast on 5th January 2014 by ITV when we delivered it to Number 10 on 6th January 2014. The film gained its place in the UK Official Government Record Hansard when the film was mentioned in a debate on Select Transport access to public transport for disabled people. The film has been shown locally in Leek and has caused much debate and discussion on this subject. It was also shown at the University of Oxfords Public Health Film Society and caused much positive debate from the audience and said it was one of the best films to shown. The film was also been sent to the HRH Queen who has forwarded our concerns to the Government.