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Monday 12th February, 2024
Funding will help recycled bike shop in Accrington offer further support to communities
Active Cycles, a shop in Accrington that saves bikes from going to landfill to refurbish and sell at an affordable price, is celebrating the success of both a recent crowdfunding campaign and funding bid that will help them to provide a number of initiatives to benefit the local community.
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Blog
Monday 12th February, 2024
Active Lancashire Provide Funding to 46 Lancashire Schools
Active Lancashire has successfully completed a second year of its Opening School Facilities funding, a scheme which has distributed £440,000 across 46 Lancashire schools. The funding enables schools to create a lasting impact on their sports and physical activity offer, and support pupils who face barriers to physical education. Notable initiatives include projects which target specific groups of…
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Thursday 8th February, 2024
Pendle YES Hub showcases offer to Lord-Lieutenant and Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire
Colleagues from Pendle YES Hub showcased their offer to Amanda Parker (Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire) and Christiana Buchanan (Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire) during a tour of their building in Nelson town centre.
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Wednesday 31st January, 2024
Blackburn Club Receives Equipment Thanks to Active Lancashire
Sons of Anxiety, a community organisation based in Blackburn, has recently received £150 worth of sporting equipment thanks to their active participation in Active Lancashire's annual Club and Community Survey.The yearly survey is an integral part of Active Lancashire’s commitment to supporting and developing Club and Community Organisations across the Lancashire region. The survey enables orga…
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Friday 26th January, 2024
New short film from acclaimed Lancashire filmmakers showcases triumph over adversity
Critically acclaimed Lancashire filmmakers Aaron Dunleavy and Broden Salmon have collaborated with charity Active Lancashire on a new film examining the inspirational story of their colleague Paul Becouarn, who uses his lived experience to support others through his work.
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Blog
Wednesday 10th January, 2024
Help to Shape the Future of Sport and Leisure Facilities Across Fylde!
Active Lancashire, in partnership with Fylde Borough Council, announces a community-wide consultation initiative aimed at shaping the future of sport and leisure facilities in Fylde. This initiative will help to strategically plan the future of leisure and sport activities in Fylde, and is designed to gather input from Fylde residents and community organisations.The survey invites those living and…
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News
Wednesday 10th January, 2024
Young Pendle guitarist receives teaching skills and confidence boost by volunteering
A 21-year-old musician from Nelson has started running free weekly guitar lessons at Pendle YES Hub, which in turn is also boosting his skills and confidence to help him find work.
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Thursday 14th December, 2023
Active Lancashire Welcomes Three New Board Members
Active Lancashire is thrilled to announce the addition of three new professionals to its board as independent board members, each bringing a wealth of expertise and passion to help drive positive change in the county.
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Case Studies
Friday 8th December, 2023
Coaching support helps young men find work with Pendle Borough Council
Two young men have found work in Nelson with Pendle Borough Council following support from local youth employment service Pendle YES Hub.
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