The National Carer Organisations in Scotland are putting on two events for carers to find out about the independence referendum and what it means for them. 

Referendum 2014: What's in it for carers?

The National Carer Organisations in Scotland are putting on two events for carers to find out about the independence referendum and what it means for them. 

The first event will be for carers to listen to the Deputy First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon MSP give a short contribution about the independence referendum and what this means for carers, followed by a carers' question and answer session.

The event will be held on:

Date: 28 April 2014, 12pm – 2pm

Venue: Glasgow Council for Voluntary Sector, Albany Centre, Ashley St, Glasgow, G3 6DS

How to Register

To register, contact Rhonda Fitzpatrick at Carers Scotland on 0141 445 3070 or emailrhonda.fitzpatrick@carerscotland.org

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The event is open to carers only.

Questions

If you would like to submit a question in advance, whether or not you can attend, please also email Rhonda Fitzpatrick with your question. We will aim to ask as many questions as possible.

Please check back later for details of a further event from the Better Together campaign for carers.