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Welcome to Linden Lodge Charitable Trust

Linden Lodge School is a day and residential school in Wimbledon educating pupils who are visually impaired, including those who are multi-disabled visually impaired, deaf-blind and have more profound learning difficulties and complex health needs.

Linden Lodge Charitable Trust is a registered charity formed to enhance the lives of pupils by funding extras such as music lessons and instruments, drama sessions, horse riding and residential trips. LLCT has also raised funds for larger projects including the wheelchair access adventure playground, wheelchair access mini-buses, the sensory garden, hydrotherapy pool, library and learning resources centre and family centre.


Our latest fundraising appeal is for assistive technologies which can truly transform lives, open doors and remove countless barriers. They can make being unable to access communication and learning a thing of the past for all. 

Latest News

Harvey and Me


Watch the BBC documentary Harvey and Me about the issues Katie Price and her family face now that her son Harvey a Linden Lodge pupil has reached adulthood and needs to move on to the next chapter in his life. 


There is also an article in The Times about Harvey and his planned move into post-18 residential care.

Journalist Sam Carlisle is mother to Linden Lodge pupil Elvi. Listen to an interview with her in a Spectator podcast about the particular challenges of caring for a disabled child during the Covid lockdown here or read her Spectator article here.   

Interview with Michael Elks, Chair of LLCT

Sam Carlisle interviewed Michael Elks who chairs Linden Lodge Charitable Trust to explore the history and achievements of the charity.

Our Events

Help make a difference

“Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.” 

Helen Keller


Make a difference to the lives of the multi-disabled visually impaired pupils of Linden Lodge School

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