Month: September 2017

HCL Vacancy: Community Engagement Facilitator

Haslingden Community Link have a vacancy for a Community Engagement Facilitator for Worsley Ward in Haslingden

With a passion to help improve the Health and Wellbeing of local people of Worsley Ward, the post holder will identify and work with community partners and residents to build strong working relationships.

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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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Central Methodist Ladies Fellowship

The Central Methodist Ladies Fellowship resumed their Tuesday evening meetings this week after the summer break.

The fellowship meet fortnightly  and the next meeting will be on Tuesday October 3rd when Lynn Haworth will present “Making A Difference” all about helping young people who are homeless.

New members are always (…)

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Accrington and Rossendale College ACCROSS

ACCROSS Course Update

Up-coming opportunities with Accrington & Rossendale College

The new term is well underway now and ACCROSS have some great courses starting soon!

One day L2 Food Safety course on Monday 25th September 2017

9:30am to 3:30pm at Accrington & Rossendale College, Broad Oak Road site.

Free to people who are unemployed, (…)

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July Julay and the Mambo Kings 23/9/17

Join the Boo for a night of Salsa, Batchata and Merengue With Dominican Republic’s July Julay and his band The Mambo Kings!

July Julay’s vocal expertise has gained him recognition throughout Latin America and has led to TV and radio performances around the Globe.

July Julay will be visiting The Boo (…)

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Mad Pride North 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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BFC October Soccer Schools

Burnley FC in the Community’s Soccer Schools sessions will return for a week in the up and coming October half-term!

The fun-based football sessions, which are tailored for children aged 5-12, will be delivered at 6 different locations – Burnley, Nelson, Barnoldswick, Leyland, Halifax and Rossendale.

Please note that BFCitC (…)

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Wanted: Community Correspondents!

Are you looking for opportunities to get involved in Community Activities near you?

This role is perfect for you if you are looking to meet new people, find things to do in your local area,  or if you are already actively attending events in your local community.

Our Community Correspondents visit events (…)

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East Lancashire Recovery College

Recovery College Update: New October Self Defence Courses

The Recovery College have some new self-defence courses starting in October.

Women Only Self Defence: This 10 week course aims to improve confidence and self-esteem through learning self-defence techniques, boxing and elements of mindfulness. These sessions are delivered in a fun, interactive and non-judgemental way in partnership with Rossendale Leisure (…)

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Befriending Opportunities in Rossendale

Are you a good listener who is approachable and loves spending time with others?

The Rossendale Befriending Service aims to reduce social isolation for people by arranging for a Volunteer Befriender to visit their home and provide some company.

Volunteer Befrienders are carefully selected and care is taken to match (…)

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