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Welcome to 2017 – celebrating some of our favourite stories of community and care

Welcome to 2017 everyone! We can’t wait to get underway this year in sharing inspiring stories from our charity about how people are connecting with their community. In our first article of the year,

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Welcoming the gift of others this Christmas – a Christmas reflection from Livability

“Here is the little door, lift up the latch, oh lift! We need not wander more – but enter with our gift.” These words from this lesser known carol describe the profound and deep call of Christmas.

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What does it look like when Everyone is Taking Part? Livability presents at Greenbelt

What does it look like when Everyone Is Taking Part? This is the question Livability asked attendees at this year’s Greenbelt Festival – a Christian arts, faith and social justice conference, held

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What is a livable life?

In the lead up to Christmas, Livability is launching a campaign to explore the question: What is a livable life? Visit the campaign area of our web site to watch our new film, get resources for a connected

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What’s the one thing you wish the Church understood about mental health?

‘What one thing do you wish the Church understood about mental health?’ is a question Mat Ray – author of Livability’s Lifting the Lid – has asked people living with ill health. In

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Why ‘Active Support’ is so important – a care and support worker shares her day in the life

Why is social care a great career choice? We asked Livability Support Worker Louise about what she enjoys about her role, the merits of ‘active support’ and what a day in the life looks like

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Why your running really adds up

With the London Marathon happening this April, we’re so proud to have a team of dedicated runners in support of Livability. Over the past weeks and months, you’ve inspired our charity community

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Wild swimming – the adventures of Mike Phillips

Mike Phillips took to the river Wye on Sunday 24th September, to do a wild swim and raise money for Livability. We asked him a few questions about his inspiring story. What inspired you to do a wild swim? I

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World Spinal Cord Injury day

On World Spinal Cord Injury day today (5th September), we take a moment to shine a light on the importance of supporting people in their rehabilitation journey. What is World Spinal Cord Injury day? World

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