Month: January 2018

Burnley, Pendle & Rossendale CVS

BPRCVS Bulletin 26th January 2018

The latest  information from Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Council for Voluntary Service is now available.

You can view their newsletter by following this link: BPRCVS Bulletin 26th January 2018

The bulletin contains details of funding, community organisations and what’s on in Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale.

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Lancashire Time Credits

Did you know you can earn and spend ‘Time Credits’ in Rossendale?

An increasing number of organisations are signing up to the scheme that rewards volunteers with ‘Time Credits’ for their efforts.  For each hour that an individual contributes to their community or service, they can earn a Time Credit (…)

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Knowing Me, Knowing You Valentine’s quiz at the Whitaker

Love (or possibly divorce) is in the air at the Whitaker

The award-winning Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery, set in beautiful grounds and boasting a cosy and intimate café-restaurant, is the perfect place to celebrate any romantic occasion with your loved one.  This Valentine’s Day, however, the Whitaker is offering (…)

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NAS January 2018 Newsletter

Join the National Autistic Society and PLAYMOBIL for World Autism Awareness Week

World Autism Awareness Week is back from 26 March to 2 April and NAS would love you to join the fun and raise some cash. Their lovely little friends at PLAYMOBIL have helped create a stop-motion animation film (…)

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Films at the Boo! Spring 2018

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Horse + Bamboo.

For 2018 the local theatre are getting a little nostalgic with their film season to mark the passing of the decades with classic cinema from 1978, 1988, 1998… you get the picture!

They start their film season in 1988 with (…)

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‘Hidden Figures’ film screening at the Whitaker

Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures to be screened at The Whitaker

On Thursday 15 February on 7.30pm, the award-winning Whitaker Museum and Art Gallery in Rawtenstall will present a screening of the Oscar-nominated 2016 film, Hidden Figures.  The evening is part of a series of Film Nights which take place at (…)

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Campaign To Tackle Growing Demand For Sexual Images Of Children Online.

Lancashire Constabulary joins child protection charity in campaign to tackle indecent images of children

Police in Lancashire – together with forces from Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Cumbria, and North Wales – are today joining forces with a leading child protection charity to launch a campaign to tackle growing demand for (…)

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The Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside Wellbeing Fund

Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside Wellbeing are an independent charity that promotes local giving to address local disadvantage.

Their Fund aims to support people aged 60+ and can consider community projects that focus on supporting health and wellbeing, tackle social isolation or help people to learn a new skill/develop an (…)

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Whitworth Town Council hosts Murder at the Riverside!

On Saturday 7 April 2018, the Mayor and Mayoress of Whitworth, Councillor Alan and Mrs Janet Neal, will be hosting a civic dinner with a difference! 

They will be joined by acclaimed local theatre company ‘Just Imagine North West’ for an evening of intrigue where the guests have to (…)

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Accrington and Rossendale College ACCROSS

ACCROSS January Courses at The Waterside Centre

Accrington & Rossendale College have places available on the following courses at The Waterside Centre in Accrington.

These courses are free if the student is unemployed, actively seeking work and claiming an eligible benefit. However, if a person is unemployed but not claiming a benefit, funding options may still be (…)

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