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Leonard Cheshire Disability’s pre-Paralympic Games survey found public support for integrating sporting competitions for disabled athletes into the Olympic Games.

Disabled people stand to benefit after a Milton Keynes mother of three pledged to push through the pain barrier to run the London Marathon for Leonard Cheshire Disability.

 

Over 40 volunteers and staff at Battersea’s Randall Close resource centre and Wandsworth KITE Service staff have received ‘Dignity Champion’ certificates.

A Leonard Cheshire Disability spokesperson responds to the government's decision to change direction on cuts to PIP.

Clare Pelham is leaving Leonard Cheshire Disability after five successful years as chief executive.

Disabled people stand to benefit following an inspiring act of charity from a Nottinghamshire woman who has lost five and a half stone and fallen in love with running.

A community safety programme for disabled people has been congratulated on its success at an event attended by Minister of Justice David Ford in Northern Ireland today.

Members of the charitable arm of the All England Lawn Tennis Club have been presented with awards from the Mayor of Wandsworth for their role in supporting disabled and older people.

Disabled residents at Wharfedale House in Wetherby, West Yorkshire were thrilled to receive a cheque Wednesday for £5,000 from their local Lions Club.

The World Bank and Leonard Cheshire Disability are joining forces to put persons with disabilities at the heart of social and economic development.

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