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Anchor Hanover Group

0800 731 2020https://www.anchor.org.uk/Visit website

Our passion at Anchor is giving older people a choice of great places and ways to live. We offer retirement properties and specialist care homes at over 1,700 locations across the country, making us England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s.

 

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Bacup Community Partnership

https://www.rossendale.gov.uk/info/210201/your_neighbourhood/10738/community_partnershipsVisit website

Community Partnerships are informal partnerships involving:

Local residents and representatives of local community groups Borough and County Councillors Rossendale Borough Council, Lancashire Police and Together Housing.

There are four Community Partnerships across Rossendale covering the areas of:

Haslingden Rawtenstall Bacup Whitworth

Community Partnerships promote engagement and partnership working at the community level. Rossendale’s heritage (...)

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Bacup Outdoor Market

01706 217777https://www.bacupmarket.co.uk/Visit website

Open every Wednesday & Saturday from 9am to 4pm and a Flea Market on Fridays from 9am.

Bacup Market is made up of cabins and open stalls. It is situated in the town centre and benefits from free parking. The Market is easily accessible and offers a public toilet facility including (...)

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BPRCVS Communicars

01282412096http://www.bprcvs.co.uk/index.php/services/communicarsVisit website

Communicars is a fantastic volunteer transport scheme for elderly and disabled people who have difficulty travelling via public transport. Volunteer drivers use their own cars for transporting passengers. All trips have a maximum limit of a 20 mile radius from the passenger’s address.

Communicars is available to people living in (...)

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CAP – Rossendale Debt Centre

0800 328 0006http://www.capuk.orgVisit website

The Rossendale Debt Centre provides a free, home based debt counselling service for those in unmanageable debt within the BB4 and OL13 postcodes. If you feel weighed down by debt, we can help. CAP helps people regardless of their religious beliefs. Our service is not suitable for those who are (...)

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Community Defibrillators for Rossendale

07812 303856

Community Defibrillators for Rossendale are a group of local volunteers who encourage and facilitate installation of Community Public Access Defibrillators in outlying villages and areas of high footfall to enable untrained members of the public to access a defibrillator in the event of a Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

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Crawshawbooth Community Association

01706 507167https://crawshawboothvillagecentre.co.uk/Visit website

The Community Association is a non-profit making registered charity & manage the facilities at the Village Centre in Crawshawbooth for the local community. The CA are in the final stages of taking over the building from LCC.

For many years the CA have managed the facilities at the Village Centre. (...)

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Doals Community Centre

(01706) 874601http://www.weirbaptistchurch.comVisit website

The Doals’ Community Centre is a multi-purpose building established for the benefit of everyone in its local community of Weir, near Bacup, Lancashire on the site of the former Doals Baptist Church.

The Doals’ Centre opened in September 2008, following five years of fund-raising by Weir Community Partnership (...)

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Edenfield Village Residents’ Association

http://www.edenfieldvillage.uk/Visit website

Edenfield is a village in the valley of Rossendale which has a very active residents association.

Edenfield Residents Association (EVRA) have been an active group of local residents serving the village for 35 years.

All residents of Edenfield are members of the association on moving into the area.

EVRA have (...)

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Edgeside and District Resident Association

Edgeside and District Resident Association hold meetings for the residents of Edgeside and surrounding district, to discuss and action local issues. these meetings are held at St Annes Church every other month on the 3rd monday of the month.

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Friends of Whitworth Library Group (FOWLG)

The Friends of Whitworth Library Group (FOWLG) has been set up as a response to LCC making cuts to library services.

The non-party, apolitical group believes that the loss of this community hub, which offers a variety of activities in addition to the usual book lending and IT facilities, (...)

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Haslingden Community Partnership

https://www.rossendale.gov.uk/info/210201/your_neighbourhood/10738/community_partnershipsVisit website

Community Partnerships are informal partnerships involving:

Local residents and representatives of local community groups Borough and County Councillors Rossendale Borough Council, Lancashire Police and Together Housing.

There are four Community Partnerships across Rossendale covering the areas of:

Haslingden Rawtenstall Bacup Whitworth

Community Partnerships promote engagement and partnership working at the community level. Rossendale’s heritage (...)

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Haslingden Community Street Fair

01706 216716 / 07850 628139

Haslingden’s annual celebration of all the community & public organisations serving the people of the town, their chance to promote their work, recruit volunteers and raise some funds.

It is also a celebration of Haslingden and it’s people.  A place we are proud to call our home.  The street fair (...)

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In The Know About Lancashire

https://www.stayintheknow.co.uk/Visit website

Find out what’s really happening in your area – receive regular crime updates, information on road closures and learn about what your local neighbourhood policing team is doing.

In The Know is the free messaging service brought to you by Lancashire Police where you decide when and how you are (...)

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Incredible Edible Rossendale

07565125597

Incredible Edible is a national voluntary body which promotes community cohesion by growing food in open spaces. We encourage people to grow their own both at home and in shared spaces.

We promote good healthy eating and choices and believe that food encourages kindness and consideration of others. We have (...)

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