Month: March 2018

Myplace Project – Stubbylee Park

Are you over 25? Unemployed or inactive?  Do you enjoy being outdoors?

Myplace can support improved employability by offering you new skills and experiences.  Inspiring you through ecotherapy activities to take action for wildlife, communities and wellbeing.

Myplace is an exciting and innovative ecotherapy based project delivered by the Lancashire (…)

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Become a Trustee for the M3 Project

To help the organisation grow the M3 Project need experienced members of the public to join their Board.

The M3 Project is a non-for-profit 3rd sector organisation that offers a variety of accommodation services to homeless young people aged 16-25.  This accommodation is provided through Pennine Lancashire using supported lodgings as (…)

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Annual Rossendale Locality Review 2018

As in previous years, East Lancashire CCG have prepared a review of the last 12 months activities in the Rossendale Locality.

The report highlights that the last twelve months have been a very busy period building upon firm foundations laid down in the previous years but with new opportunities of (…)

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Accrington and Rossendale College ACCROSS

ACCROSS Course Update 23-3-18

More great courses – Including ‘Bitesize’  tasters, will be starting in April with Accrington & Rossendale College.

Are you unsure about returning to education? Would you like a ‘taster’ first? Accrington & Rossendale College have a range of ‘bitesize’ courses starting soon in Health, Social and Adult Care, Wellbeing, Childcare (…)

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Visit your pharmacist first if you’re unwell this Easter

The Easter bank holiday weekend is just around the corner.

Residents and patients across East Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen are being reminded that pharmacists are the go-to service for help with common illnesses like coughs and sore throats, and minor emergencies such as stings and insect bites.

Dr (…)

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Mencap Newsletter March 2018

The latest newsletter from Mencap is now available

Be part of something amazing this year and join Team Mencap’s trek to the summit of Mount Snowdon.  All the money you raise will help to transform the lives of people living with a learning disability in the UK.

Make friends, fundraise (…)

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Breaking the Code

Breaking The Code at the Millennium Theatre

Breaking The Code tells the story of Alan Turing, a brilliant mathematician.

Turing devised the means of cracking the German Enigma code which helped win World War II.

Meanwhile, he also “broke the code” by being unapologetically homosexual at a time when homosexuality was illegal in Great Britain. It was (…)

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A Rossendale Compendium

Whitaker: Liam Spencer exhibition

Acclaimed artist Liam Spencer announces exhibition at the Whitaker Museum & Art Gallery

From Saturday 21 April until Sunday 17 June 2018, the Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery will play host to an exhibition by acclaimed artist, Liam Spencer.

There will be a ‘Meet The Artist’ opportunity on Saturday 21 (…)

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Veterans In Communities March 2018 Newsletter

The March edition of the VIC newsletter is now available containing the latest news from Veterans In Communities.

You can download a copy here: VIC News Mar 18 (pdf)

You can download copies of all their newsletters and information sheets for VIC activities from their website.

Their website and Facebook page are regularly updated:


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Rosemere 20th Anniversary Appeal Open Evening

The Rosemere Cancer Foundation hope to have raised the majority of their 20th Anniversary Appeal target of £1.5m by the end of this month. 

As a result, the three projects they set out to fund are already well advanced.

If you would like to hear about ground breaking research, (…)

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