'Our lives are at risk' - the message to the Prime Minister from blind and partially sighted people campaigning to stop more town centres adopting a new road system.
Shared spaces as they're called are aimed at giving drivers, cyclists and pedestrians equal priority in the road. For people with little or no sight the open plan design can be a nightmare to navigate.
Nashreen Issa talks to campaigners Daniel Brookbank from the East Sussex Association of Blind & Partially Sighted People, Steve Saunders and Sarah Gayton.
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