Governing membership

If you would like to have more of a say in the decisions that affect the organisation, you can apply to become a governing member.

As a full member you are entitled to vote at our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and entitled to stand for election to the board of Trustees.

Other benefits of governing membership include:

  • Supporting your local disabled people’s organisation
  • Keeping up to date on issues affecting disabled people
  • Being in touch with other disabled people
  • Receiving regular WECIL newsletters and information

Full membership is open to disabled people aged 16 or over.

  • Membership is free for disabled people
  • Membership is £5 per year for organisations of disabled people

Associate membership is open to non-disabled people aged 16 or over. This means that they receive all the information that full members do and can participate in open meetings but they do not have any voting rights.

To apply for membership

Simply download and complete the membership form by clicking on the link below:

Individual membership application form

Please return to

PA to Chief Executive Officer,  WECIL Ltd Link House Britton Gardens Bristol BS15 1TF

Or via email to: Kath.Tobin@wecil.co.uk

If you’d like any more information, please contact

Kath Tobin, PA to the CEO on:

0117 947 9911 or Kath.Tobin@wecil.co.uk

Calendar

Calendar

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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