In the UK, over 20% of adults and children live with some kind of disability. That’s a large slice of the population that finds itself marginalised from everyday life experiences that most of us take for granted. Despite legislation designed to overcome discrimination, people who are less able still struggle to find meaningful work or to participate fully in community life. However, there is a place in South Devon that is changing the way we work and learn by integrating people of all abilities in the most imaginative ways.

Hannahs at Seale-Hayne is a creative community that sees no difference ...


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