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Cambridge University rugby players from the men’s and women’s teams threw their support behind disabled people in the county this week.

Our chief executive has responded to a social worker survey which reveals impact of service cuts.

To mark 100 years since war hero and global humanitarian Leonard Cheshire’s birth, the National Portrait Gallery is hosting a lunchtime lecture covering his life and achievements.

Tickets still available for masquerade ball with silent auction to remember at Bath Assembly Rooms from 7pm on Saturday 23 September

The chief executive of charity Leonard Cheshire Disability walked 100 miles to honour the birthday of the charity’s founder, war hero and global humanitarian Leonard Cheshire.

Our chief executive has responded to the UN Committee report on UK government policies towards disabled people.

Thousands of Scouts across the UK are raising awareness and taking action to improve the lives of disabled people, with parties and quizzes to mark war hero and global humanitarian Group Captain Leonard Cheshire’s 100th birthday this month.

London’s National Portrait Gallery to rehang portrait of war hero and humanitarian Leonard Cheshire.

Brenda Whittle, of Marske-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire, will be taking on the Great North Run next week, after doctors told her she’d never walk again.

A Portsmouth man has become the first disabled volunteer to be sent overseas by leading charity Leonard Cheshire Disability – after he headed to Slovenia to support children from deprived backgrounds.

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