Later this month, there will be a Leeds Learning Disability People’s Parliament meeting. This one is about Being Safe.

At the meeting, we will be talking about:

  • What Being Safe means to you
  • A presentation from Kenneth and Imogen from the Asking You! team about Being Safe
  • A discussion about Being Safe
  • A survey on online banking
  • A talk from Sergeant Richard Cotton from West Yorkshire Police about being safe on buses

We will also see a video from the Leeds Safeguarding Adults Board. Susan Hanley will be introducing it.

People’s Parliament Agenda

There is an agenda for this meeting. To see it, please click on the button below. Then, it will download a Word document with the agenda written on it.

When is the meeting?

The meeting is on Tuesday 28th November. It starts at 10am and finishes at 12:30pm for Lunch.

It will meet at All Hallows’ Church in Hyde Park, Leeds. The venue is at this address:

All Hallows’ Church
24 Regent Terrace
Hyde Park

Directions to All Hallows’ Church and information on where bus stops are can be found in a document. To download that document, please click on the button below.

More information

The People’s Parliament is for adults with a learning disability who live in Leeds. It is free to attend.

If you would like to come or want more information, please get in touch.

You can either call our office on 0113 244 0606 and ask for Jimmy or Imogen, or email Jimmy at [email protected].