Wednesday, 2 February 2011


Today we talked to Paul Snell from Walsingham, a charity that offers support to people with learning difficulties.

Mark Snell, Paul's father, founded Walsingham in 1986. He wanted to help people feel valued as individuals, by offering houses near to their families, and in the community.

Paul was excited to tell us that the charity is celebrating its 25th anniversary! It now has more than 600 employees supporting more than 300 people with learning disabilities, with services that include supported living, floating support, residential care and day services across the UK.

For more information on the charity, go to

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