Ambassador Liam Davis


Liam is a great example of what can be achieved with the right support and a great family.

Liam has autism and sensory overload is an issue he faces every day. This can make him very anxious and unable to function. Despite this, Liam’s sense of adventure has seen him face many challenges from swimming with dolphins in Florida to rock climbing, jumping the Leap of faith and assault courses at the NORJAM celebration camp.

He is a young leader with his local scout group and attends beavers, cubs and scouts meets every week to help younger adventurers access the activities he himself does, including overnight camps and local community projects. In 2018, Liam completed his silver DofE award and he plans to start his gold DofE award in 2019.

We will be following Liam’s progress along the way.

Ambassadors Posts

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Guide to Climbing Croagh Patrick

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Celebrating LGBTQ History Month with English Heritage

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