Events news

The latest news about fundraising events you can take part in and stories from our dedicated eventers.

110 of our amazing runners took on the London Marathon, raising £150,000 for us so far.

Staff at Howdens Joinery in King’s Lynn took on a 24-hour cycling challenge for us, raising over £1400 and counting!

Registration is now open for the Tour de Cymru, a 4-day cycling challenge from 28 June — 1 July, raising money for disabled people to access sport in Wales.

Here are some of the highlights from the year's amazing #100for100 challenges.

Since 2014, Leonard Cheshire Disability has been charity partner of the Varsity Match between Oxford and Cambridge. In the lead up to the historic fixture at Twickenham, we caught up with the captains on both sides during their visits to Leonard Cheshire services.

Ahead of this year's annual Varsity Match, players from Oxford and Cambridge visited two of our care homes!

Some of our supporters are taking on the incredible challenge of cycling at least 100 miles for their #100for100!

Mark pedalled 100km after being told he may never walk again.

61-year-old Chris is aiming to become the oldest amputee to complete the London Marathon!

Find out why Tom and Dan are running this year's London Marathon to fundraise for us.

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