Runner takes on marathon in memory of sister
A personal trainer from Oxford is preparing to run his first ever London Marathon in memory of his sister.
Learning disabilities service in Wiltshire to hold open day for potential support workers
On April 26, Hft Rowde will be opening its doors to people interested in becoming a support worker.
Stroud MP meets local people with learning disabilities
Neil Carmichael MP has met with adults supported by Hft to discuss the issues that matter to them.
Hft calls on local Councillors to support increase in learning disability funding
Hft urges Councillors to join their #GiveMe5 campaign, calling for an 5% annual uplift in learning disability funding.
Hft welcomes the publication of CLG Select Committee report on adult social care
“We are particularly delighted that information submitted as part of our It Doesn’t Add Up campaign regarding unfunded increases in the National Living Wage, was included as part of the final report.”
Hft response to Panorama
Policy and Public Affairs Manager, Billy Davis, responds to the issues raised in last night’s Panorama.
Tiverton Hub fashion show
Hft’s Community Hub in Tiverton is putting out an appeal for unwanted quality clothing for their charity fashion show.
Joyce learns to write
Joyce has been supported by Hft Newcastle for the last 12 years. Thanks to her support worker, her literacy skills are coming on in leaps and bounds.
Hft’s ‘Voices to be Heard’ contribute to NHS consultation
Voices to be Heard, a committee of adults with learning disabilities supported by the charity Hft, have given their views as part of an NHS review into the Accessible Information Standard.
Horse-riding lessons at Aintree for people we support
A group of people we support have been given the opportunity to go horse-riding for the first time at the country’s most prestigious racecourse.