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How David recovered at FitzRoy The Pastures

David is a well-liked, inquisitive character who enjoys being at the heart of what's going on, whether that is in his home, garden or out in the local area near where he lives.

Running to transform lives

FitzRoy Trafford Day Service are pulling out all the stops and running to transform lives. Sharon, Kat and Christine, three support workers have signed up to the Great Manchester Run, as well as Ollie, a friend of Ramsey, our Deputy Manager at Trafford Day Services.

FitzRoy and Leo Trust join forces

FitzRoy, is delighted to announce they have joined forces with The Leo Trust, a charity that provides support to people with learning disabilities in Kent.

Marathon fundraising finish for FitzRoy

Inspired by the work being done by FitzRoy staff at Whitegates, a FitzRoy Registered Care service in Hampshire, Anne is delighted that the money she raised running the London Marathon will be used to provide much-needed equipment to give the residents independence and a good quality of life.

The Nicest Job in Britain

FitzRoy are thrilled to be one of the successful charities to benefit from the Nicest Job in Britain scheme in 2015. This unique scheme - set up by UA, a utility consolation company - was a chance to offer one enthusiastic philanthropist the nicest job in Britain' - National Philanthropy Manager.

FitzRoy’s response to the Winterbourne report“ Time to change

FitzRoy, a national charity that supports people with learning disabilities, hope that all political parties, and the health and social care sector, rise to the challenges set out in the excellent Winterbourne View report - Time for Change, by Sir Stephen Bubb.

House of horror for Halloween

Connor Ure attends FitzRoy's On Track service and wanted to celebrate Halloween in style by creating an incredibly spooky haunted house.