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Archbishop of Canterbury becomes Livability’s President

As part of his commitment to supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged people, The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury has taken on the role of President of national

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Ashley’s journey of rehabilitation and recovery – and how inclusive sport has helped

‘Parallel is about bringing everyone together and having a can-do attitude. We shared our experience together and celebrated who we are as people. I saw people I work with independently achieving something

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Autumn Leaves Concert a triumph

The Livability Autumn Leaves concert took place at the Cadogan Hall, Chelsea, on 8 October 2011. The event raised almost £10,000 for disabled and vulnerable people in the UK. The event provided an exciting

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Balance for better – what does the care sector need?

The focus of this year’s International Women’s Day is all about better balance (#BalanceforBetter). Today we’re celebrating the vital contribution that women make delivering care services every day

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Becky Tyler shares a message of Christmas hope with Livability at St Martin’s In The Fields

Becky Tyler – the teenager whose moving story inspired the crowd at Greenbelt in the summer – was among Livability’s special guests last night at the disability charity’s Christmas carol service.

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Beer, Bruno and Brackley: bring it, says Livability litter group

When Livability Brackley started a litter picking group to support the local community, they weren’t expecting it to lead to free drinks – and Frank Bruno. The group goes out regularly to tidy the

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Big Yorkshire welcome from Livability service

A Christmas wreath on the front door says welcome – and people who live at Livability York House love to welcome people to their home. This week, they invited the community to join them in a Christmas

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Boost to disabled access at Livability Holton Lee – a wellbeing discovery centre in Poole

In recent weeks, the Poole based wellbeing discovery centre ‘Livability Holton Lee’ has received a major boost by securing a grant from Viridor Credits Environmental Company, through the Landfill Communities

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British Council International School Award success for Victoria Education Centre

Victoria Education Centre (VEC), Livability’s special needs school based in the heart of Poole in Dorset, has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition

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Cake bake breaks down barriers in Norwich

The people that live at Livability John Grooms Court – a residential care home for disabled people in Norwich – are reaching out to others in the community who face barriers to social inclusion

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