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L'Arche Ipswich
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L’Arche (French for the Ark) is an international movement which builds faith based communities, with and without learning disabilities, all over the world. Members with learning disabilities are supported in their choice of lifestyle and can grow in confidence, skills and independence according to individual need. It is an environment in which all are given the opportunity to grow as human beings, nurtured by meaningful relationships and treated as valued members of society. for more visit http://larcheipswich.co.uk/

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