Penny Mordaunt MP visits service users at RNIB

Penny Mordaunt MP, Minister for disabled people, health and work visited the Royal National Institute of Blind People Scotland, as part of her visit to the RI World Congress in Edinburgh.

The Royal National Institute of Blind People Scotland helps blind and partially sighted people to live as fully and independently as possible.

Penny Mordaunt MP met with service users to find out their views on programmes and their own personal experiences of both employment and other challenges that they face day to day.

Campbell Chalmers of RNIB said "Penny Mordaunt, thank you for visiting today and listening to customer experiences of employment."

Penny Mordaunt added, "Thanks for the time with service users, really helpful conversation re our programmes and their experiences."

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