As part of our Centenary celebrations, the disabled people we support designed a dozen inspiring ‘freedom’ themed T-shirts in partnership with sustainable fashion retailer, CDUK.

The project has been powered by the very people we support at Enham Trust from designing the T-shirts within our activities sessions to packing and shipping orders via our 3rd Party Logistics social enterprise. Big #TeamEnham shout out to our 3PL staff and the following designers as well as several others: 





On top of this, Actor James Moore, who plays Ryan Stocks in the long-running ITV soap Emmerdale and was the first disabled winner of a National Television Award in 2019, is the celebrity ambassador launching the T-shirts!

This autumn, James modelled the CDUK x Enham Trust garments and was photographed by Ian Rice who is a wheelchair user, enabling him to get a fresh perspective and capture some great shots in support of the project. Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes of the photoshoot, featuring music written and produced by Enham resident, Saskia Mackinstosh.

“I’m really happy to be partnering with CDUK and Enham Trust on this project. I’m a strong disability advocate and appreciate everything Enham Trust are doing for disabled people. I’m also a vegan and an environmentalist and CDUK does great things with regards to that. Sounds like really amazing stuff” - James Moore


Stevie Mitchell of CDUK, launched the brand in support of the homeless community. He reached out to Enham Trust through his partnership with the Aster Foundation which presented an opportunity to work together and said of the project:

“I've loved working with the artists supported by Enham Trust. The designs are exciting and vibrant. The goal of the project makes it even more rewarding to be involved in and the collaboration has attracted support from James Moore who's been a delight to work with. To top it off, the t-shirts will be picked and packed by Enham Trust’s 3rd Party Logistics social enterprise, providing opportunities for disabled people to gain work" - Stevie Mitchell, CDUK


You can find out more about our social enterprise here


We’re thrilled to announce that the T-shirts are now available to purchase in a variety of sizes and colours via the CDUK website. Each T-shirt costs £24 each with £4 from each sale going towards supporting disabled people to live, work and enjoy life. A further £4 will also go to CDUK to help people rise out of homelessness.

This really has been a fantastic team effort, made up of disabled people from all walks of life. It’s been a privilege to be a part of the journey to date, and we’re really excited for the road ahead as our supporters join us for the ride!


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