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.
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Pendle Leisure Trust are offering free swim and gym classes in December as part of the Lancashire Warm spaces scheme.
This is an exciting opportunity to participate 12-week art project at Northlight Mill!
A new cemetery for Pendle
A new multi-faith burial ground is to be created on land off Edge End Avenue and Halifax Road in Nelson.
In four years’ time, the current cemetery on Walton Lane will be nearing full capacity.
We bought the 6.3 hectare site to provide space for around 4,500 graves for people across Pendle.
Carers Link Lancashire are about to open a new charity shop in Pendle, with boutique sections dedicated to bridal wear, occasion wear, gym wear and dance wear and are in need of donations of such items.
They may also be able to arrange collection in individual cases. If you can donate, could you please inform Carers Link by calling them on 01254 387444, or email email@example.com.
Plans to transform Colne Market Hall creating improved space for traders and shoppers with apartments above have been submitted to Pendle Borough Council.
A public consultation is now underway until Friday 20 October, giving you an opportunity to have your say before the Council reviews the planning application.
View the planning application and use the reference 23/0601/FUL
The application can also be viewed during office hours at Number One Market Street in Nelson, BB9 7LJ which is opposite Nelson Town Hall.
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The Technology Centre, Nelson
29.9 - 29.10
Opening times: Thursday - Sunday 10am - 4pm
Participatory concert: Saturday 30.9 at 4pm
You are very welcome to #end_of_empire by Eva Sajovic, an interactive, site-specific installation of knitted photographs with touch sensors and an AI-generated musical score from Nicola Privato.
The exhibition will take place upstairs in the Technology Centre, Carr Road, Nelson, a space which has not been open to the public for many years.
Eva Sajovic, artist-in-residence at In-Situ, has taken inspiration from Lancashire's rich industrial heritage and worked with local community members to create this installation with the British Textile Biennial 2023.
The project features four large-scale machine-knitted columns which include touch-sensitive AI generated sounds taken from interviews and sound files provided by residents. Audiences members are encouraged to interact with and 'play' the textiles.
The project is a co-commission between In-Situ and the British Textile Biennial 2023, supported by This is Nelson with Town Deal funding.
Here are the ways you can experience the work:
Visit the exhibition, 29 September to 29 October, 10am – 4pm
Attend a free workshop, Saturdays and Sundays - 29 September to 29 October, 10am – 4pm
These family-friendly workshops are a chance to contribute your own machine-knitted words responding to the exhibition’s themes of climate change, community and colonialism.
Attend a free public performance, Saturday 30 October, 4pm to 4.30pm
During this performance, the textiles will transform into a complex musical instrument controlled by participants’ touch and gestures. The event includes a Q&A with Eva Sajovic and AI collaborator Nicola Privato.
Book your free ticket here.
Join Inspire East Lancs Substance Misuse Service for an informative and interactive open day at their drug and alcohol service!
This is an opportunity for professionals to learn about our services and meet their team.
To book please book via the link: https://shorturl.at/CIJL4
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