2017 - Present Over the course of nearly 100 years, we have supported over 250,000 disabled people throughout the UK to live the lives they chose, as independently as possible. We are proud of our military heritage and our founding is still true today of providing three key services; care, housing and employment. Expand HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, our Patron, visits Enham Trust on 19th September 2017 following her last visit in 1984. The Duchess learns more about the charity’s future plans, current developments and meets clients and residents that we support. Enham Alamein commemorated the 75th anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein in September 2017. The Trustees of the Charity, the local Parish Council, current residents of the village and members of the public were joined by Sir Freddie Viggers, representing the Lord Lieutenant’s Office, The Worshipful the Mayor of Test Valley and local Counsellors came together at the annual Service of Thanksgiving at St George’s Church, Enham Alamein – the internationally recognised memorial church for the Battle of El Alamein. Enham Trust obtained Disability Confident Leader status under the Disability Confident scheme in December 2017. An initiative established by the Government in 2013, Disability Confident aims to challenge negative attitudes to disability employment, and promote equal opportunities for all individuals who can work. Achieving Disability Confident Leader status acknowledges our efforts to support people living with a disability to gain employment within the organisation, as well as its ongoing work with businesses to support and employ disabled people. The Enham Trust Café is the latest innovative project, officially opened by Sir Freddie Viggers, a former British Army Officer and Trustee of Enham Trust, on 9th February 2018. The Enham Trust Café provides an opportunity for disabled people to undertake café training supported by volunteers and staff. You can find out more about the project here.