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Blind charity at war with Charles over road scheme

Jul 11, 2019 - The Daily Telegraph (London)

THE Prince of Wales's designer village is at the centre of a traffic row involving blind campaigners after a "shared space" was introduced to be used by both cars and pedestrians.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), whose patron is the Queen, has called on the Prince's Duchy of Cornwall to install street furniture in Poundbury, Dorset, as a matter of urgency.

The village has introduced a shared space in Queen Mother Square to be used by cars and pedestrians without a...