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Leonard Cheshire are at the heart of local life - opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities across the UK and around the world.

We offer a variety of services including residential and supported living, therapy suites, youth centres, social activities as well as training and volunteer programs.

We believe in building a fairer, more inclusive society. One that recognises the positive contributions we all make.

Rebecca with Jacob, a volunteer, at the Gloucestershire House fashion show


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Sandra, a resident at Heatherley


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"Getting involved with Leonard Cheshire was a game-changer. For years I thought I wouldn't find paid work that suited my campaigning skills because of my disability. But Leonard Cheshire gave me the chance to develop my skills and build my experience."

Joshua Reeves, Campaigns Support Officer (Wales)

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Words Hurt

We've collaborated with Kray-Z Legz to release a new rap which shows that language is an active and passive barrier in the connection between disabled and non-disabled people.

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Stories, blogs and podcasts

Making inclusion the headline act

Rapper Kray-Z Legz tells us about navigating the music scene as a disabled person and why representation is so important.


Podcast: Fantasy Fiction with Ennis Rook Bashe

In this episode, Gwenyth Withers chats to disabled, neuroqueer author Ennis Rooke Bashe. We talk to them all about their debut novel and look at disabled experience of media creation and consumption.