Month: September 2017

Mad Pride North 29/30th September 2017

Stubbylee Community Greenhouses and East Lancashire Recovery College are Proud to be hosting Mad Pride North 2017.

Mad Pride is a festival of Mad Art, Mad Theatre, Mad Culture, Mad Music and mad Film on 29th & 30th September.  The event seeks to demonstrate that illness does not take away our (…)

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St Annes Church: Messy Church Harvest

St Anne’s Church, Edgeside invite you to join them for their Messy Church Harvest

Everyone is welcome this Sunday (1st October) from 10am for breakfast and 10.30 am for games, stories, crafts, discussion and lots more.

Come along and find out what it’s all about.  They would love to (…)

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Veterans in Communities (VIC)

VIC Newsletter – September 2017

The latest edition of the VIC newsletter is now out with news from the ex-services charity.

You can download a copy of the past months news by following this link: VIC_News_Sept 2017

The VIC website and Facebook page is regularly updated and you can find more information and VIC services and (…)

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CSCS Courses with Accrington & Rossendale College

ACCROSS offer a course which, on successful completion, will enable participants to gain the CSCS qualifications and card.

The course, qualifications and card are FREE for anyone who is unemployed, actively seeking work and claiming an eligible benefit, e.g. JSA, ESA (WRAG) or Universal Credit.

Please ring 01254 354423 to (…)

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lancashire county council

Bus Service Changes October 2017

Lancashire County Council have issued details of the latest bus service changes.

The leaflet below has been produced by Lancashire County Council. It is issued at the beginning of each month to help you keep up-to-date with changes made to bus services in the county:

BSC October 2017

For further information Check out the online journey planner (…)

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Whitworth Community High School Careers Fair

Does your Community Organisation have Opportunities for Young Volunteers?

Whitworth Community High School are holding their annual Careers Fair on 13th October.  As well as helping to ensure that young people are well informed about careers opportunities, organisers are keen to promote the benefits of volunteering.

If your organisation is (…)

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Get Started with English & Maths

Lancashire Adult Learning have English & Maths courses available at a venue near you.

Classes are small, friendly and supportive, allowing you to grow in confidence at your own pace.  Before you start a programme you will be taken through a short assessment with one of their advisors to find the right course (…)

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Autumn blues? The Boo have the perfect cure for the turning weather!

This weekend the Boo have something for all the family.   There really isn’t any where better to be this weekend!

They have a big screen showing of Madagascar on Saturday, Higgledy Piggledy Pie on Sunday and free craft activities before both.

On Saturday join Marty the zebra, Melman the giraffe, Gloria (…)

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LCC Update: September 2017

You can now apply for a school place if you have a child starting primary school or moving up to secondary school next year.

Applications for places can be made until Tuesday 31 October 2017 for secondary schools, and Monday 15 January 2018 for primary.

Lancashire County Council advise that you (…)

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Tea & Talk: World Mental Health Day 2017

Have you thought about holding a Tea & Talk event this World Mental Health Day (10 October)?

Tea & Talk is a simple way to get together, promote good mental health and fundraise for the Mental Health Foundation, while enjoying some tea and cake.

It sounds too easy, but the value (…)

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