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Livability Holton Lee merges with Livability

Livability is delighted to announce a merger with the Dorset-based East Holton Charity, known as Livability Holton Lee. Livability Holton Lee’s work includes wellbeing, arts, horticultural and inclusion projects for individuals and groups, in an outstanding 300-acre nature reserve near Poole. Commenting on the merger, Livability’s chief executive Dave Webber said: ‘We’re very excited to …

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Wellbeing: A green plot to beat the blues

With spring in bloom, many of us are getting out in the garden – and flexing your green fingers can also bring amazing benefits for your body and soul.

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Weekly Veg Boxes

Love veg, make a difference – with our weekly veg boxes.

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Wessex Water Support

Nicky Rees from Wessex Water presented a cheque to some of our Wednesday conservation volunteers to support improvements to the old pond alongside the Celebration Field.

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Marion’s Trees

Trees planted in the Twin Oaks field in memory of Marion Harris

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Home on the Range

Agriculture is returning to Livability Holton Lee after an absence of 15 years.

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Wheely Boats on Wareham River

Wheelyboats provide disabled people with hassle-free and independent access to a variety of waterborne activities. They are designed to accommodate disabled people, and wheelchair users in particular, easily and safely enabling them to actively participate on the water on equal terms with their able-bodied counterparts. ‘Roll-On, Roll-Off’ access flat deck providing access to all corners …

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Growing Futures and a World of Difference at Livability Holton Lee

Gok Wan, known around the world for his fashion flair and facility for offering diplomatic sartorial solutions, is also an ambassador for the Vodafone World of Difference UK programme.

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New adult education hub in Dorset

Tutors required for a joint Livability Holton Lee–Workers’ Educational Association partnership.

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Spring walks running at Livability Holton Lee

Spring is here and Livability Holton Lee is singing, buzzing, croaking and hopping with life. The 140 hectares (350 acres) of nationally important wildlife habitat can be explored by joining one of Livability Holton Lee’s free wildlife walks running throughout the spring, summer and autumn.

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