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Godalming people are uniting to turn an historic woodland area into a beautiful new sensory garden.

Our head of policy and campaigns comments on today's disability employment figures from the ONS.

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s Can Do programme, which offers life skills and volunteering opportunities for young disabled people aged 16-35, will be expanding in Wales.

The Mayor of Sevenoaks yesterday celebrated the completion of the extensive refurbishment work at Chipstead Lake.

Greathouse in Chippenham is pioneering new forms of pet therapy, bringing pygmy goats into its centre for disabled people.

Disabled people living at our services will be among 10,000 people attending The Patron’s Lunch, thanks to a generous gift from two of the our partners.

Leonard Cheshire Disability is pleased to announce we have been selected as the official disability charity partner for the World Snooker Championship’s disability day this year.

A sales manager is running the London Marathon for Leonard Cheshire Disability to support the charity’s work in challenging misconceptions of disabled people. 

A resident with arthritis at Gloucestershire House will be among those to benefit after her nephew was moved to fundraise for Leonard Cheshire Disability.

Thousands of disabled and elderly people in England are still facing undignified and unsafe care in 15-minute slots.


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