SNP Disabled Members Conference, Glasgow, 30th January 2016.
On 30th January, I am attending the first ever SNP Conference for party members with disabilities, which is being held at the Crowne Plaza, Glasgow. I’m so pleased to see the SNP taking the lead on this, and I sincerely hope all the other Parties sit up and take notice. I am going with my wonderful husband, (who is a member of many years standing, unlike his green-stick wife); and I am so excited to be spending the day with him in such a setting, knowing that he has faithfully supported and successfully advocated for the rights of disabled people for many years.
I am co-presenting a warm-up session with the wonderful Michael McEwan, journalist extraordinaire.
I’m looking forward to a fantastic day, meeting friends, campaigners and decision-makers from all walks of life and parts of the country. I am very grateful to the organisers, in particular Jamie Szykoviak and Peter Murrell for offering such a valuable opportunity to us all.
There are a few places available, if you would like to attend what promises to be a wonderful day. You can find more information about the day at this link