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‘Ain’t no mountain high enough!’ Fundraisers complete 3 Peaks Challenge for Victoria Education Centre

On 14th June (2014) Mark Kettle, Chris Williams, Pete Williamson and Tara Williamson from Raymond Brown Construction (RBC), based in Ringwood, completed the National Three Peaks Challenge to raise money

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“Parallel London’s Super Sensory 1k will be different for every athlete. It’s going to be extraordinary”

Jo Grace is an inclusion and sensory engagement consultant and founder of The Sensory Projects. She is one of the ambassadors of Parallel London, the UK’s largest disability-led challenge event which

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“Strictly” style dancing competition to help support local people with disabilities

Brackley and Northampton Dance School, Step by Step,are holding a Strictly Come Dancing style competition to raise money for national disability charity Livability. The charity runs a local service for

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5 Christmas stocking fillers every marathon runner needs

Livability is proud to have over a great team of people running the Virgin London Marathon next year, in support of the charity. As December gets underway, every London marathon runner’s training plan

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A brother’s skydive singlehandly raises thousands for Icanho

Last month Gavin Dale took a leap out of a plane at 13,000 feet to raise money for Icanho rehabilitation centre and raised over £3,500. We spoke to Gavin to find out what his motivations were to skydive

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A festive evening at Livability’s Christmas Carol Service

St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square, London was filled with special guests, supporters and friends for Livability’s annual Christmas Carol Service. The service, which has become Livability’s

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All That Glitters Jewellery Appeal

Would you like to make a difference to the lives of young people and adults with learning and physical disabilities in the UK? You can help us raise much-needed funds by recycling any unwanted, old or

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Are you London Marathon ready?

Marathon enthusiast John Forgen reveals why he loves stepping out in his running shoes and how it feels to cross that finish line. I usually get up early and slip out quietly so as not to wake my 7-month-old

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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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Being at Parallel London made me realise that it’s people’s attitudes that are the real disability

Sian Awford was one of the participants in Parallel London, and completed the 5k route with her family. She told us why she took part in the first push/run event. I first heard about Parallel London from

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