Enabling Livingness.
Empowering independence

Langdon helps hundreds of adults and young people with learning disabilities and autism across the UK to live independent lives. We do this through supported living, education, employment support and social activities which enable our Members be their best, true selves.

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Langdon Brady member Adam had great fun playing music with activity leader Kwame at our African activities workshop at the Summer Scheme. Members took part in drumming, dancing, story telling and art. To find out more about Langdon Brady please visit https://langdonuk.org/services/langdon-brady

Langdon Brady members had the best time during a Summer Scheme visit to @Celtic_Harmony an outdoor heritage camp where they did arts and crafts appropriate to the time and heard stories from the villagers. To find out more about Langdon Brady please visit https://langdonuk.org/services/langdon-brady 2

Members are enjoying the Manchester garden club where they are planting flowers and harvesting fruit and veg. Recently the Members have tested the PH levels of the soil, created their own terrarium, grown plants in water instead of soil and made wind chimes very inspirational! 4

We are delighted to say that Ben Flatter, brother of Member Clare, has completed the huge Three Peaks Challenge and raised an amazing amount of money for Langdon. Congratulations and thank you for all your hard work. You can still support Ben by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/3peaksflatter

The Langdon Member's choir sang a special song 'That's What Friends Are For' in memory of their friend and fellow Member Debra Rose at a special memorial event yesterday.

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