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Joshua's story

"The support we’ve received from Enham Trust has made everything easy for us, especially around employer responsibilities and legal obligations therein."

Why Heath works at Enham Trust

"It’s an absolute privilege to be part of an organisation that truly lives its values, lots of places claim to be person centred, but what you discover on speaking to people who work at Enham Trust is that no matter what area they work in, they have one thing in common, they want to make things better."

Why Charlotte works at Enham Trust

"I’ve been working at Enham Trust for nearly a year and half, and every single day is different, motivating and exciting."

Hamish enjoys a day out!

Hamish is one of the many residents that live onsite here at Enham Trust; he lives in William House along with his best friend Lucy. Just like other residents, Hamish likes to get out and do new and exciting things.

Why corporate volunteering is so important to us…

There are so many different ways that corporate volunteering helps us here at Enham Trust. Giving up just a few hours of your time, allows us to be able to focus on making sure our charity is the best it can be.

Why it's important for Hannah to work for Enham Trust

It’s not very often you are lucky enough to find a job that leaves you feeling like you are part of something very special, and Enham Trust truly does that.

Alex’s progression using Hobbs Physiotherapy

Alex is one of the many clients here at Enham Trust that uses and benefits from the Hobbs Physiotherapy services. When she first started using the service her mobility was limited, however now she is able to do small walks by herself, and is making huge improvements.

Why Kelly works for Enham Trust

I’m not in the same role as I was in 2012 – I am actually on my fifth, having been given some incredible opportunities to develop my career in a reasonably short space of time.

Training Kitchen make festive mince pies

Take a look at this "Vlog" special, starring our clients, staff and volunteers making some delicious mince pies at our Training Kitchen!

Remembering Linda Bidabe, 1945 - 2017

On 25th October 2017, Linda Bidabe, Founder of The Move Programme, passed away. Here the Move Team remember her and the incredible impact her work has had on the lives of thousands across the world.

A celebration of ability: wheelchairs are awesome!

Traditional portrayal of disabled people in the media is all too often negative; we’re painted as victims or antagonists or our disabilities are used as plot devices to communicate a specific moral message.

Jack: Why I work for Enham Trust

I started working for Enham Trust in October 2016, as a Digital Marketing Assistant. Ever since I have joined, I’ve enjoyed every minute of it! I love the fact that the work we are all doing will somehow change a person’s life for the better, and this is a massive motivation for me.

Christmas charity ideas for work

With the festive season fast approaching; loud and lurid Christmas jumpers, and mince pies becoming a staple sight in any office setting, now seems the perfect time to start thinking about Christmas charity ideas for work, and what you could do to support a cause close to your heart this December.

Disability Awareness Toolkit

Following on from our blog on the basics of disability awareness, and what it is, here, we provide you with a Disability Awareness Toolkit to get you started, and help become both disability aware, and to confidently raise awareness for disability.

Why I Chose Enham Trust

Choosing Enham Trust was easy for me, it was like nothing I’d seen or heard of before. I found the concept of the village and the trust incredible and I couldn’t wait to get myself involved.

What is disability awareness?

“Disability Awareness means educating people regarding disabilities and giving people the knowledge required to carry out a job or task thus separating good practice from poor.”

Why it’s important for me to work in both HR and present on the radio at Enham Trust

Martin works in the HR department at Enham Trust, and also works at Radio Enham broadcasting shows to listeners whenever he isn’t in the office. Below Martin talks about why he enjoys both working in HR for us, and also playing some of his favourite music on the radio station.

Implementing the Programme: The Move Programme visits Russia

Recently, our Business Development and Marketing Executive for The Move Programme, Charlotte Peck, was invited to Russia to deliver a seminar in Moscow, and training sessions to the Regional Rehabilitation Centre for People with Disabilities in Yekaterinburg.

Regional Rehabilitation Centre for People with Disabilities’: The Move Programme visits Russia

Recently, our Business Development and Marketing Executive for The Move Programme, Charlotte Peck, was invited to Russia to deliver a seminar in Moscow, and training sessions to the Regional Rehabilitation Centre for People with Disabilities in Yekaterinburg.

‘It takes a team to Move’: The Move Programme visits Russia

Recently, our Business Development and Marketing Executive for The Move Programme, Charlotte Peck, was invited to Russia to deliver a seminar in Moscow, and training sessions to the Regional Rehabilitation Centre for People with Disabilities in Yekaterinburg.

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