Edge Hill University

Founded in 1885 as the first non-denominational teacher training college for women in England, Edge Hill was named after the district of Liverpool where the original building was sited. The institution relocated to a purpose-built campus in Ormskirk in 1933.

Edge Hill celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2010 with a series of high-profile events including public lectures, performances, exhibitions and conferences.

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Adele Bellis (left) and Laxmi Agarwal during a Fashion show for the British Asian Trust, where the two acid attack victims took part in the cat-walk show for charity in London in 2016. John Stillwell/PA Archive/PA Images

Fashioning identity for burns survivors

Can fashion and make-up be utilised to help acid attack victims on the road to recovery?
Robert Cadzow, 13, with brother Adam, 13, and mum Frances, using a gentle postural care system to align his body shape. David Cadzow

Poor posture in people with disabilities can be fatal

Good posture is important for everyone – but for people with disabilities it can be a life saver.

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