Press releases

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s Scottish director of operations Stuart Robertson is taking on a daredevil firewalk this week to raise funds for the charity.

Politicians will join disabled adults from a Carmarthen care home and supported living service to celebrate St David’s Day by enjoying a ‘Spirit of Wales’ photography exhibition tomorrow.

Chief executive of Leonard Cheshire Disability responds to proposed changes to Personal Independence Payments (PIP).

Our chief executive Neil Heslop visited India this week to celebrate 2000 disabled people receiving paid work for the first time or setting up businesses.

Leading charity Leonard Cheshire Disability is launching a new website as part of heritage project Rewind to share never-before-seen archive films, photographs, journals and interviews from the charity’s history.

Residents and staff at a care home in Timsbury, Bath want to break down barriers to sport by throwing a spectacular masquerade ball to fund more sporting facilities for disabled people.

Leading charity Leonard Cheshire Disability is celebrating its founder and war hero’s 100th birthday with its ‘100 for 100’ challenge launching this week.

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s campaigns director comments on today's disability employment figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).

Leading international charity Leonard Cheshire Disability has launched today a new collection of stories from past and present, celebrating what would have been its founder’s 100th birthday year.

Our campaign director Peter Jenkins responds to today's announcement from the Department of Transport to enact provisions in the Equality Act to improve access to taxis for disabled people.


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