Disabled people in Warwickshire will get the opportunity to make their voices heard at a special event later this month.
The event, organised by Warwickshire County Council in partnership with the Regional Disability Network West Midlands, has been specially arranged to let Disabled people know how they can influence what the local authority does.
It will take place at the SYDNI Centre in Leamington Spa on Thursday 27th May between 10.30am and 3pm.
It’s hoped the event will help Disabled people to communicate with the County Council and get more involved in their local communities – particularly if they are frustrated that their views aren’t being heard.
Nick Gower-Johnson, County Localities and Communities Manager, said: “We want Disabled people to know that Warwickshire County Council is listening. At this event, you can get your views across and find out how you can get involved with the council’s current consultations with the public.
“We particularly welcome disabled people with little or no experience of having engaged with the County Council before. This is a great opportunity for you to have a voice!”
The event and venue are completely accessible and tea, coffee and lunch will be provided free of charge. There is also £5 available to help with travel for each Disabled person who attends.
Places at the event must be booked. Please contact Pamela Williams on 024 7637 5700 or email email@example.com. Please tell Pamela about any access requirements you have.
The SYDNI centre is at Cottage Square, Sydenham, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV31 1PT.
Warwickshire County Council