We work in partnership with a number of different organisations. Please visit their websites by clicking on the links below.


Lambeth London Borough Council is the local authority for the London Borough of Lambeth in Greater London, England. It is a London borough council, and one of the 32 in the United Kingdom capital of London. The council meets at Lambeth Town Hall in Brixton. Lambeth is divided into 21 wards, each electing three councillors. The council was first elected in 1964.


The NHS was launched in 1948. It was born out of a long-held ideal that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of wealth – a principle that remains at its core. With the exception of some charges, such as prescriptions and optical and dental services, the NHS in England remains free at the point of use for anyone who is a UK resident.


The Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) is a programme which offers disabled people more choice and opportunities to enjoy the benefits of physical
activity – we are committed to supporting the fitness industry to achieve this. The IFI operate an accreditation scheme, the IFI Mark which recognises the achievements and commitment of leisure facilities which enable
disabled people to become physically active.


WorldSkills is the global hub for skills excellence and development. Through international cooperation and development between industry, government, organizations, and institutions, we promote the benefits of and need for skilled professionals through grass-roots community projects, skill competitions, and knowledge exchange. We show how important skills education and training is for youth, industries and society by challenging youngprofessionals.



DASL is an independentcharity working with, and on behalf of, disabled people and carers. We were set up in 2001, having previously operated since 1984 as a project of a larger charity, Lambeth Accord, under the name ‘In the Know’. Our organisation is controlled by disabled people through our Management Committee, which has a majority of disabled trustees, and our growing membership.