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'My Voice, My Choice' workshops

Leonard Cheshire Cymru's 'My Voice My Choice' programme is designed to develop your campaigning and advocacy skills so you’ll be able to make a difference in your local community. Free workshops are being run throughout Wales for disabled people and their allies – come along and connect with like-minded people and help create a more inclusive community.

Each workshop will be tailored to the needs of your local community. These can cover a wide range of issues, such as: hate crime, social inclusion, health and wellbeing. After the sessions you’ll have the opportunity to network with local politicians and campaigners. You’ll also be able to keep making an impact long after the programme has finished as Leonard Cheshire will help you and other disability campaigners form a citizen panel where you can continue to provide a voice for disabled people in your community.

If you’d like to get involved or find your nearest workshop, please click here or send an email to MyVoiceMyChoiceEnquiries@leonardcheshire.org.

You can also contact Samuel Hodson, Programme Coordinator (MVMC) via Email samuel.hodson@leonardcheshire.org or telephone 01633 422 583. He would love to chat to anyone who’d like to learn more about the programme, as well as hear from people about local issues that people with sight loss (or any other disability) are facing.


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