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Help us celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Monday 3 December!

November 2nd, 2018

Are you an accessible venue?  Would you like to raise awareness and celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Monday 3 December? Or any time that week?

WECIL are looking for accessible venues to partner with to help celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. You could be a restaurant offering a discount to blue badge holders, or  a cinema offering free screenings or perhaps you are already running an event to celebrate this day that we could promote to our community.

We are also encouraging local businesses to join the campaign in raising awareness by holding fundraising events such as no suit days, bake sales or sponsored events. Show your commitment to disabled team members by celebrating this day and promote equality, inclusivity and diversity.

We are open to ideas of how we can work together but we would like to celebrate the diverse disabled community in Bristol. We can support you with the promotion of your event or offer to make sure your good work is shared with the community.

If you would like to discuss any ideas further then please contact:

Lara Thomas – Nel

Email: Lara.Thomas-Nel@wecil.co.uk 

Telephone: 0117 947 9911

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21 Jan
  • The Listening Partnership

    Agroup of young disabled people…

    The Station, Silver St, Bristol BS1 2AG, UK, 7:00 pm

  • WECIL Citywide Central

    A youth group for young disabled people in…

    The Station, Silver St, Bristol BS1 2AG, UK, 7:00 pm

22 Jan
  • Peer Support lunch meet up

    Disabled people together to share experiences, support each…

    Greenway Centre & Cafe, Doncaster Rd, Bristol BS10 5PY, UK, 12:00 pm

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