Council Cabinet meeting 5.30pm 22/10 Woolwich Town Hall

Following Contraversial Greenwich Council Proposals to Increase Charges to disabled people for adult social care METRO GAD, in Partnership with Greenwich DPAC, has Lead a Campaign to Oppose the Increases by Putting a Question to the Leaders of Greenwich Council at Question Time. Then METRO GAD set up a meeting on 7th October with Cllr Thorpe (leader of Greenwich Council) Cllr Lekau (lead Cllr on Health and Social care) & our 3 local MPs : Teresa Pearce, Clive Efford and Matthew Pennycook. We invited other Disabled People and Campaigners to join us including Greenwich DPAC (who helped by organising a meeting on July 22nd with Council Officer Rachel Karn and encouraged people to contact local Cllrs ) , WINVISIBLE (Who wrote an open letter to the Council) , Inclusion London (who have supported with advocacy and legal advice), Sisters of Frida & Independent Living Alternatives. Everyone gave very powerful statements about how council proposed increases in social care charges would negatively impact disabled people in Greenwich, their PA’s, family and Carers.
NOW we need you to support us by attending the crucial council cabinet meeting at 5.30 pm on Tuesday 22nd October at Woolwich Town Hall, Wellington Street, Woolwich, London, SE18.
If you wish to register to ask a question /speak you must first register your intention with nassir.ali@royalgreenwich.gov.uk


We look forward to seeing you there, with your PA’s, friends and family :Strength in Unity!

9 people in a photo : Four standing Caucasian men behind 5 women wheelchair chairs, one od whom is East Asian
Disabled people at the meeting on 7th October at Woolwich Centre

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