Local MSP visits Hawkhead in bid to improve support for visually impaired veterans in Inverclyde

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP, Stuart McMillan, visited Scottish War Blinded’s Hawkhead Centre in Paisley on Tuesday 22 October 2019 along with representatives from Inverclyde HSCP to help improve referral rates for visually impaired veterans living in Inverclyde. Stuart, who is the Convenor of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group for Visual Impairment, has been working with […]

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Local MSP puts eye health on the table in Inverclyde

Stuart McMillan MSP will be visiting local cafés and pubs next week with an important message in sight. He will be helping RNIB Scotland mark National Eye Health Week (23-29 September) by urging people to go for a free eye examination at their local optometrist. To highlight the message, RNIB Scotland has produced a series […]

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SNP MSP visits RNIB Connect Community Cafe

Greenock and Inverclyde MSP Stuart McMillan visited a café with a difference on Wednesday [June 19th]. Located within the Edinburgh headquarters of sight loss charity RNIB Scotland, the Connect Community Café is staffed by people who are blind or partially sighted. As chair of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Visual Impairment, Stuart has […]

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