6 September | Physical & Sensory Impairment Information & Strategy Session

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Our next Physical and Sensory Impairment Information and Strategy Session is coming up:

Date: Thursday ​6 September

Time: 10:30 – 12:00

Venue: St George’s Centre, 60 Great George Street, Leeds LS1 3DL

Come along to:

  • Hear from Paul Wilkes, Digital Inclusion Coordinator at Leeds Libraries and Information Service, who’ll tell us about how the Leeds libraries service is leading on the 100% Digital Leeds ambition by working with partners across the city to reach people who are most at risk of digital exclusion and create a digital movement, and opportunities to get involved
  • Network with other members who work with or support disabled people with physical or sensory impairments
  • Talk about other issues affecting disabled people in the city
  • Get the latest on Forum Central – and more.

There will also be time to share news and updates, so do bring along any leaflets or service information to share.

Please Book

Booking is essential – please let us know you can make it via hello@forumcentral.org.uk or give us a call on 0113 242 1321

BSL interpreters will be available if required – please let us know at the time of booking.

About the venue

The St George’s Centre is on the ground floor, with level access and high quality audio induction loops if required. Disabled Parking is available onsite (though other parking is limited)- if you wish to book a disabled parking space, or have any other accessibility requirements please let us know at the time of booking.

If you would like more information about the venue, please get in touch.

Parking is also available at The Light, The St John’s Centre and The Merrion Centre, all a 5-8 minute walk from the St George’s Centre.


Our meetings are open to everyone with an interest in the disability third sector in Leeds – so feel free to share with any colleagues who would like to come along too!

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