Join the London Mayoral debate about disabled issues

With the London Mayoral race hotting up, you are invited to question the Mayoral candidates about what they will do for disabled people in London.

When: Thursday 12 April 2012, 1.30PM-4pm
Location: Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, South Bank, London SE1 9NH - view map

The actions and policies of the next mayor, from transport to health to housing, will impact people's everyday lives.

London championed innovations such as "talking buses" to help people get around the capital. This means influencing whoever takes power in May could have a major impact on the rest of the UK.

The candidates, including Boris Johnson, Ken Livingstone and Brian Paddick, will be there.

Parkinson's UK campaigns on issues that affect people throughout the UK and beyond to make sure people with Parkinson's don't lose out.

Londoners will go to the polls on 3 May 2012 to decide the next Mayor of London. So this is a chance to ask the questions and voice the concerns that matter to you.

Join the debate.

For bookings, question submission and enquiries, contact:

Email: or
Post: R. Vickerstaff, LCD, 66 South Lambeth Road, London, SW8 1RL
Phone: 0203 242 0269

The debate is being organised by the MS Society, Leonard Cheshire Disability, Mencap and RNIB.

If you have any questions or would like to get involved with any of our campaigns please email

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