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Celebrating the 40 year journey of the charity: Prospects – for people with learning disabilities

Prospects for people with learning disabilities is a charity that became part of the Livability group in May 2016. On Sunday 2nd October the Prospects community joined together for a special event and

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Centre stage at the ONE event

Using different ways of learning in church means everyone can take part. That was the message from people from the Livability community, who took centre stage at the ONE weekend event at Lincolnshire showground. Livability

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Charity Vice Patron Lord Shaftesbury attends Livability’s staff and supporter awards 2018

Nick Ashley Cooper – the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury and Vice Patron of Livability was the special guest at this year’s Livability Staff Awards. Hosted on 25th April 2018 by Livability and with

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Christian Legacy Week: Impacting future generations for good

Livability is a charity that continues the work of two social reformers of their day: The 7th Earl of Shaftesbury and John Groom. In Christian Legacy week, we think about how this inspires people to continue

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Christmas cards made with love

Livability’s Christmas cards are now on sale. The wonderful designs have been developed by people that use our services. Our thanks go to the students at Livability’s Victoria Education Centre

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Christmas Carol at St Martin in the Fields

Livability held their annual Christmas Carol Service at St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square last Tuesday, 9th December. The Service was hosted by Livability Vice President and BBC Songs of Praise

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Church, cake and community: How Southwick Baptist Church made everyone welcome on Ability Sunday

Giving everyone the opportunity to share their skills and talents is at the heart of Livability’s work – and nowhere more so than on Ability Sunday. Celebrated by churches of different denominations,

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Closure of Livability’s Victoria Children’s Home in Poole

On 2 May 2019, Ofsted suspended the registration of Livability’s Victoria Children’s Home in Poole. At the time, eleven children with significant special needs, including some with complex medical

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Community, together at Christmas

Christmas spells C-O-M-M-U-N-I-T-Y at Midlands service Bernard is determined that Christmas shouldn’t be lonely for anyone in the Brackley community, where Livability’s East Midlands Lifestyle Choice

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Creativity and the dementia friendly church – Livability explores approaches to support people living with dementia

The role of using creative approaches in developing dementia friendly churches was the subject of an event held yesterday by Livability. The event drew together church leaders, community workers and carers

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