Radford United (LE3) Ltd.     Registered in England & Wales  No. 10914042

"To triumph over adversity is our greatest strength"

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'To Triumph Over Adversity Is Our Greatest Strength'






Radford United Established 2014.


Led by the Director David Di Palma, a brain injury survivor, Radford United was established as a Community Group in 2014. Predominately serving the residents of Braunstone Town. Radford United Community Action Group worked with a number of agencies and Community Stakeholders on initiatives including crime prevention, health, safety and wellbeing, community development, social inclusion and community cohesion.


Radford United Community Action Group worked with agencies including Social Services, Leicestershire Police, Leicestershire Fire and Rescue, Age UK, St Andrews Church (Leicester Forest East)

and Social Housing Provider Three Oaks Homes/EMH Homes. Radford United successes included a large refund of monies to vulnerable residents in respect of rental overcharging, two crime prevention/fire safety awareness road shows, a number of fund raising events for Age UK and a Community Newsletter.

During the early years Radford United were twice nominated for the Blaby District Council Prestigious Community Awards, an annual awards evening recognising the contributions of individuals and community groups. Radford United were nominated two years running in the category of Outstanding Achievement for a Community Group.


The success of the community group and the continuing need to serve vulnerable residents Radford United continued to develop and expand. In August 2017 Radford United Community Action Group was disbanded and restructured into a Limited Company, Radford United (LE3) Ltd.


Radford United (LE3) Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation continuing to serve the people of Braunstone Town, Leicestershire and the East Midlands.  Supported by a dedicated team of Support Professionals our mission is to develop communities and to ensure people with disabilities are supported to maximise their potential and to live as independently as possible”  

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