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Hinwick Hall College closure

It is with great sadness that national disability charity Livability is to close its Hinwick Hall College, based in Wellingborough, Northants, in July 2014 after completing the current education year. Like

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Livability at the Lord Mayor’s show

Last Saturday, 9th November, members of Livability took part in the procession at the Lord Mayor’s show celebrating the Enterprise agency’s partnership with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), a committed

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The Princess Royal Awards 2013

Livability’s annual Princess Royal Awards reception took place on 7 November 2013 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street Hotel, London. Several members of the charity’s staff as well

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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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Livability campaign video wins award

Livability’s Let Me Work campaign video has won an IVCA Clarions Gold Award in the short film/video illustrating a 3rd sector campaign category. The International Visual Communications Association (IVCA)

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Q&A with Dave Webber, Livability’s new CEO

Dave Webber  became Livability’s CEO in July 2013. The interview below gives an insight into what motivates him. What made you want to apply for the CEO’s role? My longstanding involvement with

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Livability appoints new Chair and new Chief Executive

Livability has appointed Caroline Armitage as its new Chair and Dave Webber as its new Chief Executive. Caroline takes over from Interim Chair Chris Carr and Dave has been the charity’s Interim Chief

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New Livability Blog

We now have a new Blog feature on our website which can be accessed here. Dave’s Blog will feature regular blog posts by our Interim Chief Executive Dave Webber. The first post is all about what

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Livability launches new Sensory Garden Appeal

Sara, a student at Livability’s Nash College in Kent, takes her first walk of the day through our sensory garden. Surrounded by colourful flowers and leaves, her  face lights up in delight. For

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Livability wins Charity Award

Livability are the Disability category winner of the 2013 Charity Awards. Now in its 14th year, the Charity Awards is the highest profile event in the charity calendar and is organised by Civil Society

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