What London Means To Us

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The BDA has teamed up with a number of other organisations to arrange a London Mayoral Election Disability Hustings event on 14th April 2016 from 2pm to 4pm.

Come and join the debate. It is a unique opportunity to ask Mayoral candidates how they intend to make life better for Deaf and disabled Londoners.

VENUE: Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, about five to seven minutes’ walk from Waterloo Station.

SPEAKERS: There will be four candidates for mayor on the panel. They are:

  • Caroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrats)
  • Sadiq Khan (Labour)
  • Siân Berry (Greens)
  • Zac Goldsmith (Conservatives)

You can tell us what question you want to ask.

ACCESS: The venue is fully accessible for wheelchair users and is fitted with a hearing loop. There is large print signposting through the building. Guide dogs are welcome. There will be a British Sign Language interpreter. Easy Read information will be available in advance and on the day. Please let us know below whether you need any further assistance in order to attend.

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