Talking Buses resources

We have been producing different types of resources, including a toolkit, leaflets and posters, which provide key facts, statistics as well as case studies highlighting the issue and why action is needed.

You can download them here or request a paper copy by emailing the Campaigns Team at campaigns@guidedogs.org.uk


Talking Buses Campaign Toolkit

Want to start campaigning on a Talking Buses issue in your local area but not sure where to start? We’ve developed a toolkit to give you tips and information to support local campaigning on all issues covered by our Talking Buses campaign. You can download a copy to start campaigning straight away!

Talking Buses Toolkit (PDF 4.65MB)


Talking Buses Posters

Below are some posters we created to support the Talking Buses campaign. Feel free to download and use them if you wish to display them at your workplace or send them to friends and family.


Talking Buses Poster Design 1


Talking Buses Poster Design 2


Talking Buses Poster Design 3


Talking Buses Poster Design 4



Talking Buses Poster Design 5


Talking Buses Poster Design 6


Ask 'the big 5' for Talking Buses! Petition

Big 5 Petition

Ask 'the big 5' for Talking Buses! Petition - (PDF 578 kb)

Please return completed petitions to Guide Dogs Campaigns,
4th Floor Walkden House, 10 Melton Street, London NW1 2EB


Tips for Bus Drivers Leaflet

Tips For Bus Drivers Resource Image How to assist blind and partially sighted passengers

Tips for bus drivers leaflet - (PDF 2.49mb)

 

 

 

 

 


Template Letters

Below are some template letters you can feel free to download, personalise and send to support the Talking Buses campaign. If you are unsure who is your local MP and how to contact them then check online.

Letter to MP - raising awareness template (Word 28kb)

Letter to MP - blindfolded bus journey template (Word 28kb)

Letter to bus companies - raising awareness template (Word 28kb)

Letter to bus companies - blindfolded bus journey template (Word 28kb)

Letter to the local paper template (Word 30kb)




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Emily sitting on a bus

“If the bus is not a Talking Bus then I have to rely on the driver to tell me I am at the correct stop and when this does not happen it really dents my confidence as well as putting me in danger and leaves me very vulnerable and upset”

Guide dog owner, East Sussex