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One of Leonard Cheshire’s most decorated volunteers has a reason to celebrate this Volunteers’ Week, commemorating 20 years of befriending residents and transforming lives at Cheshire House in Inverness.
Over a hundred disabled youngsters in the capital are set to benefit from work experience and volunteering placements as we emerge from the pandemic, thanks to an innovative new scheme from pan-disability charity Leonard Cheshire.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope explains why we're supporting Department of Transport ‘It’s Everyone’s Journey’ campaign.
Marcus Missen is set to join Leonard Cheshire as its new Executive Director of Fundraising, Marketing and Communications.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to yesterday's Department for Transport announcement of the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail.
Responding to the Queen’s Speech on Tuesday 11 May 2021, our Director of Policy Gemma comments on the government’s various policy commitments.
Cumbrian man John Barrett is shunning the usual 60th birthday celebrations in favour of a 630-mile hike.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the FCDO’s recent ‘Declaration on girls’ education: recovering from COVID-19 and unlocking agenda 2030’ following G7 discussions.
Our Chief Executive Ruth Owen addresses some of the responses we've received in reaction to our Words Hurt campaign.
Shocking new research reveals the outdated and inappropriate language endured by Britain’s disabled community
Ignorance about the correct language to use when talking to people with disabilities is rife in the UK, research by charity Leonard Cheshire reveals.