MacIntyre are a national charity providing support to
people with learning disabilities for 50 years
We have a number of great opportunities to join our teams across the country supporting adults with learning disabilities.
Whether it’s hosting a Tea Party or running a marathon there are all sorts of events you could do and raise money for MacIntyre at the same time.
MacIntyre School Wingrave is a vibrant, creative and diverse community where we encourage each other to achieve all we can in a safe and healthy environment.
Contact for further information on any of our services, how you can get involved, work for us or make an enquiry.
24 May, 2017
We would like to say a huge thank you to Redborne Upper School in Ampthill for raising £1,000 through ticket sales and events and donating the money to our Lifelong Learning Centre in Ampthill. Robin Barnes, Frontline Manager, said, “the staff and the people we support were very surprised and thankful when the Head Boy…
24 May, 2017
MacIntyre’s Great Holm Fete is returning this year on 10 June between 1pm and 4pm. There will be fun, family-friendly activities such as coconut shy, hook a duck and bric-a-brac, a BBQ and Pimms tent, as well as stalls with handmade cards and other gifts and a tombola. There is lots to get involved with…
23 May, 2017
Recently, students at the Endeavour Academy in Oxford were lucky to be joined by world-class conductor John Lubbock and some of his musicians from the charity Music for Autism. Music for Autism aims to enhance quality of life and raise public awareness through autism-friendly, interactive concerts and music sessions designed specifically for individuals with autism…
22 May, 2017
Throughout Jan, Feb and March this year Westonia was preparing to close its doors for the very last time. After 20+ years the people we supported were moving to new services within MacIntyre. Whilst it was a very sad and emotional time for everyone involved it also meant everyone supported was able to stay in…
15 May, 2017
Just over a year ago from a train journey to a conference in Birmingham came the start of the Milton Keynes Memory Café. We never imagined from those early conversations that a year on the café would have gone from strength to strength. We were worried initially whether people would come; we wanted to make…
8 May, 2017
On the 8th April 2017 – at the Ampthill centre, one of the services, Brookes Road, put on an Easter Party for the people we support and invited others from around the Bedfordshire area to join them. The turnout was great, there was food, an Easter egg hunt and Easter crafts – a very busy…