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Six volunteers from our Bradbury House care home in County Durham braved a famously muddy obstacle course to raise funds for the home.

Cyclists from St Edward's School in Oxford on a training ride

We're very excited that Tinkoff-Saxo, one of the world’s leading professional cycling teams, is backing a sponsored cycle ride on Sunday 27 April for Leonard Cheshire Disability and St Edward’s School in Oxford.

It is expected that today the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill will be looked at by assembly members for the final time.

It is particularly important for government ministers in the Treasury — and George Osborne in particular — to consider what they can put in place to support disabled people.

The local MP visited our pioneering housing development in Eden Square, Manchester this week to meet residents and staff.

The Freedom Trail View

Antony Westerman, a care worker at Alne Hall, tells us why he is taking on the Freedom Trail trek in September.

MPs have had their last real chance to alter the bill to make changes to the Care Bill.

Cycle Together

Try out triathlon with our free sessions in London and Glasgow.

A local campaign by residents at Gloucestershire House in Cheltenham has resulted in a new road crossing.

For International Women's Day 2014, we're profiling inspiring women, calling for against the end violence against disabled women and launching a new film about inclusive education for disabled girls.


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