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An avid songwriter supported by disability charity Leonard Cheshire in Scotland is celebrating a lifetime of musical achievements for this year’s World Music Day.
Leonard Cheshire’s CEO Neil Heslop is leaving the charity on November 1 to take the helm at the Charities Aid Foundation.
Disabled people face long waits for vital adaptations to make their homes more accessible, according to new research by leading disability charity Leonard Cheshire.
Leonard Cheshire in Scotland’s innovative Can Do programme will continue to empower young people with additional support needs in Dumfries and Galloway thanks to the Young Start Fund delivered by The National Lottery Community Fund.
Ten disability charities have today criticised the government for failing to represent the interests of disabled people.
Leonard Cheshire care workers across the South West and Gloucestershire have received 500 protective face shields thanks to an initiative in Devon and Somerset.
An academy in Luton has donated 400 protective visors to help protect Leonard Cheshire carers in response to their urgent Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) appeal.
Leonard Cheshire got a much-needed boost to its work in Wales during this challenging time thanks to National Lottery players.
A local man has helped raise more than £3,000 for leading disability charity Leonard Cheshire after pledging to take on a unique VE Day cycling challenge while dressed as an Avro Lancaster bomber.
Social care providers still can’t get adequate supplies of vital personal protective equipment through Local Resilience Forums (LRFs) that were mobilised by the Government as part of its response to Coronavirus.