Help us improve access for Disabled and Deaf people

26 November 2009 by Karen

Do you have a passion for museums and galleries?  Are you interested in helping us improve access to our venues for Disabled and Deaf people? 

If you are and you do have the time to commit to it, then National Museums Liverpool would love to hear from you.  We are looking for people who consider themselves to be disabled people to join our Museums Advisory Group.

You will be expected to attend up to 6 meetings in a year.  Members are reimbursed for access costs when attending meetings and receive an attendance allowance. A BSL interpreter is present at all meetings.

If you are interested please contact Mo Smith at World Museum.  Mo is the National Museums Liverpool contact for the group.

There’s more on accessibility at our venues on our main site.

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