The December community bulletin includes some of the wonderful Christmas events being planned by local groups in Rossendale.
National Energy Action have a range of services and support schemes to help people in fuel poverty.
The Big Help Out is being planned for 7-9 June 2024.
Like last year, the national campaign will give a national focus and bring in high profile figures to raise the profile of volunteering. By positioning it within Volunteers Week and over 3 days, including a Friday, we hope it will give more opportunities to engage than last year when the hook was the Coronation.
NAVCA's Health and Wellbeing Forum this month focused on commissioning – the good, the bad and the odd. They were joined by Dr Angela Ellis Paine from Bayes Business School, to discuss her cross-sector research into VCSE and health care commissioning. You can download the slides from the session here.
Tickets for the NAVCA Annual Conference 2024 are now on sale! The conference will be held in Birmingham on Thursday 16th May 2024, with a networking dinner event on Wednesday 15th May.
This is the Lancashire Place-Based Newsletter produced by NHS Lancashire and South Cumbria
Hello and welcome to the November edition of the Lancashire ‘Place-based’ newsletter which aims to ensure all our system partners are kept informed and up to date with ‘Place’ development across Lancashire.
Check out the latest edition of the Galloping Grannies newsletter.
HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association) have Christmas all wrapped up with a range of Christmas activities for all this December. The Christmas events will all be held at the Charity’s Shores Hey Farm, Briercliffe, Burnley, BB10 3QU, to help raise funds.
For those who have not attended before this is an amazing fun, festive, FREE event, 10 teams from various organisations across the Northwest come together to compete in games and silliness, in true Blackburn Christmas style.
Your teams should consist of a mix of people who use your services and staff. You will not regret attending this, we assure you of that! (events designed for all abilities to take part.)
Getting ready for a UK General Election: How can we engage the next generation of politicians on issues of global inequality?
An inspiring event is coming up where Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs), will discuss the importance of getting tomorrow's aspiring policy makers excited about global issues!
Is your child aged 4 to 16? Do they get benefits-related free school meals?
If so, they may be eligible for free activities and food through the Fun Vibes, Active Lives programme.
As we remember those who've been affected directly and indirectly by men's violence against women, we're calling on all men to #ChangeTheStory and stand up for a future without violence.
Beat The Streets' series of planting will start on the 26th November during National Tree Week, what better way to kickstart their planting!
Lancashire County Council's Public Health Team is pleased to announce Lancashire's Oral Health Campaign for young children is now live. The campaign will feature mainly in the districts of Lancashire which currently have the poorest oral health outcomes for children; Burnley, Pendle, Preston, and parts of Lancaster, including Morecambe.
It’s a totally informal and drop in session where people can try out a variety of folk arts, have a brew, or just relax. The sessions will be led by artist Jennifer Reid. The Carers Craft Café is at The Salon, 160 St James St, Burnley. There’s a warm welcome for all.
Why not join us for a gentle stroll at an upcoming glow walk?
This week, NCVO launched their open letter calling on the chancellor to ensure public service contracts are uplifted in the Autumn Statement.
The Warm Welcome campaign was launched in late October. It provides an online map of warm welcome spaces, which you can view here.
The invitation only workshop session is being held on November 24th at 14:00pm-16:00pm at the Unity Wellbeing Centre, 79 Vernon St, BB9 9DE. Beverages and snacks will be provided to attendees.
If you are interested in attending please Click here.
Find out if your community group is eligible for a free, BHF-funded defibrillator. Having a defibrillator and knowing how to do CPR will give members of your community a better chance at surviving a cardiac arrest.
Next Monday is the start of CO Awareness Week and an opportunity for you to use the wide range of resources on this website (www.coalarmssavelives.com)
Pendle Leisure Trust are offering free swim and gym classes in December as part of the Lancashire Warm spaces scheme.
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