News

Welcome to our News Blog

Inclusion Gloucestershire created their new website to explain their core beliefs, motivations and the services they have to offer. To show local businesses how to become more inclusive and provide accessible training and volunteering opportunities.

News Feed

Goodbye to Lucille

As a number of you know Lucille is leaving Inclusion Gloucestershire this week. It’s sad to say goodbye to someone who has been such a big part of life at The Hub and in the office. However we wish Lucille all the best for the future and hope that she doesn’t forget...

read more

Facebook Feed

Do you have a visual impairment? Would you be interested in taking part in a telephone interview for a Masters research project?

Please see a message below from Delthia and get in touch with her directly at tj18868@bristol.ac.uk if interested.

I am a current Masters student carrying out a research project as part of my studies. I am studying Disability Studies: Inclusive Theory and Research at the University of Bristol. I am looking to research the experiences of working age adults with a visual impairment and their strategies of coping with loneliness. As a result, I am currently seeking to recruit people who would not mind taking part in my project.

Kind Regards,
Delthia Harris
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

3 days ago

Inclusion Gloucestershire

A very important message about the Fit for the Future consultation work that we have been supporting the NHS and CCG with.

If you would like to have your say at an upcoming consultation event please contact lilyp@inclusion-glos.org**JOINT STATEMENT FROM THE NHS IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE**

**Fit for the Future – developing urgent and hospital care in Gloucestershire**

In Gloucestershire we are aiming high. We want local people and their families to have access to outstanding healthcare in the future.

We hope to be in a position to share information and resume conversations soon with staff and the public to explore how Gloucestershire can achieve this.

The period of engagement on community urgent care and specialist hospital services is an open dialogue. It is an opportunity to discuss ideas and involve people in developing potential solutions to meet future health and care needs.

What this means is that despite recent reports, no decisions have been made about the level of care or range of services to be provided at Cheltenham General Hospital in the future.

We would urge local people and community partners to get involved in the Fit for the Future conversations and share their views over the summer and autumn. There are a number of innovative ways we will be involving local people, from a survey and drop in events to workshops, an engagement hearing and a Citizens’ Jury.

Through sharing information and exchanging views, the engagement will provide a wealth of feedback to inform future planning. The public and staff will be consulted on any significant changes proposed that follow on from this engagement programme.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Twitter Feed

We're having a coffee morning at our Gloucester Hub on Friday the 30th of August. Why not come join us? https://t.co/fXdsXiDjLx

Our friends at Artspace are running a Soft Toy making course at the Forest Hub until September 2nd, here are some pictures of what they've been up to so far!! https://t.co/V5fRtedHdU

Don't forget to check out or drama group this September! https://t.co/KIp4TAwMIz

Leading every charity is somebody for whom the organisation's mission strikes a personal chord. Our CEO, Vicci shared her story, and that of Inclusion Gloucestershire, on BBC Radio Gloucestershire last night (1 hr 10 minutes in): https://t.co/M8yLaTPaGm

Can you help @ActiveImpactUK with a research project? They are looking at how disabled young people can be supported to establish themselves in local activities and develop relationships outside their families. https://t.co/2oUPFNUvvS

Load More...

Have a look at our Services

Find out more About Us

Get in Contact with Us