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More than half (54%) of drivers in Wales admit they park on the pavement, but many of them don’t think about the danger they pose to people with sight loss, according to a survey.

Guide Dogs believes this thoughtless behaviour is making some of our town and city centres and suburbs in Wales no-go areas for blind and partially sighted people and can undermine the life-changing freedom offered by a guide dog partnership. Guide Dogs Cymru wants local authorities in Wales to do whatever they can to address pavement parking and make our streets safer for everyone.

We campaign alongside blind and partially sighted people for better access to services and transport, and freedom of mobility. Working together, we aim to influence policies and legislation.

Dangerous Dogs Act

Dangerous Dog ActGuide Dogs Cymru supports the Control of Dogs (Wales) Bill

Pavement Parking

Van blocking pavementLatest on Guide Dogs Cymru's campaign against pavement parking

Talking Buses

Taking BusesTalking Buses campaign in Wales


Jon Nixey and guide dog Max wait to cross the road safely