News

The Listening Partnership sign the Bristol Children’s Charter

August 2nd, 2018

WECIL were delighted that some of our young people from The Listening Partnership were involved in signing the new Children's Charter for Bristol City Council. 
The document, which was spearheaded by Bristol City Council but created by more than 20 organisations, sets out resources and services it wants to ensure every child in the city has access to.
The charter is the first of its kind in Bristol and includes ten pledges which focus on providing every child with the best possible start to life. Promises include protecting children from violence, giving children access to culture and sport, giving children the opportunity to shape decision making in the city and making sure no child goes hungry. More details about the charter can be found here https://thebristolmayor.com/2018/08/01/our-childrens-charter/

News
Calendar

Calendar

25 Feb
  • Peer Support lunch meet up

    Disabled people together to share experiences, support each…

    The Park Centre, Daventry Rd, Knowle, Bristol BS4 1DQ, 12:00 pm

  • The Listening Partnership

    Agroup of young disabled people…

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

26 Feb
  • 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

Twitter

We are so pleased that WECIL has been chosen as one of the good causes in March as part of The @waitrose Community Matters Campaign. If you visit the Chipping Sodbury Store, please vote for WECIL! 😀 #community #inclusion

We want to hear from our community! We are currently planning our summer event and we would your ideas, suggestions and input. To have your say or to find out how to be involved please follow the link https://t.co/csPBTufjAU #collaboration #community

https://t.co/3ESuVE7AXc A great opportunity to hear some poetry by Poet, Stephen Lightbrown. Also a good guide to some accessible laces in Bristol! #DisabilityRights #improveaccess #poetrycommunity