Welcome To Linkage

Linkage Community Trust is a national charity based in Lincolnshire delivering high-quality specialist education, care, employment and support services to people with learning disabilities.

Everything we do is about valuing and supporting individuals, their carers and families.

"The real reward comes when somebody tells you about how much Linkage has helped them."
Don MacKenzie, Co-Founder of Linkage

Publications

Publications

Find copies of our latest publications

Newsroom

Newsroom

How to contact us about media and news enquiries

Boultham Park

Boultham Park

Find out about the restoration of this Lincoln park

Training

Training

Jobs

Jobs

See current vacancies at Linkage

Short Breaks

Short Breaks

Short breaks and Respite

Events

Events

The latest events at Linkage

Local Offer

Local Offer

What is the Local Offer and how it may affect you

News

  • Mental Health Funding Success for Linkage
    Mental Health Funding Success for Linkage
    As World Mental Health Day is marked on Friday 10th October, Linkage has received more than £10,000 to develop two projects which will help people overcome mental health problems in Lincolnshire. The first is an extension of Get More Confidence, which the charity operated in Lincoln last year. This group...
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  • Linkage College Declares Open House for Potential Students
    Linkage College Declares Open House for Potential Students
    The doors of Lincolnshire learning disability charity, Linkage, are being thrown open for more events over the next year for students, adults with learning difficulties and parents to see some of the latest developments. Linkage College at Weelsby Road in Grimsby will launch the open days on Tuesday 2nd December...
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  • Great Start to Disability Football League's New Season
    Great Start to Disability Football League’s New Season
    The Linkage Lincolnshire Ability Counts League season kicked off with a bang at Glanford Park, the home of football in North Lincolnshire, writes Matthew Robinson. In all 13 teams from across Lincolnshire took part in the festival competing in two divisions: 5 teams in the Championship and 8 in the...
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