COVID-19

COVID-19
Monday 8th June, 2020
170 Bikes Donated to NHS Workers
Active Lancashire have been working in partnership with Lancashire County Council, Connecting East Lancashire, Love to Ride, Cycles Recycled, The Bike Works and Cycle Roots to support NHS front line staff with a complimentary bike. This initiative has seen 170 bikes donated to NHS workers from Blackburn, Burnley, Blackpool, North West Ambulance service and Morecambe Bay hospital trusts. The progr…
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COVID-19
Friday 29th May, 2020
Active Lancashire support National Volunteers Week
At Active Lancashire we thought National Volunteers Week 2020 would be the perfect opportunity to take a moment to recognise and thank our volunteers across Lancashire. These individuals have gone above and beyond, dedicating their time selflessly to support others, which makes a huge difference to people's lives especially during these testing times.  We have thanked 42 volunteers that were ide…
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COVID-19
Friday 15th May, 2020
Positively Active
Everyone knows from personal experience and the Government's growing focus that during the current crisis, our emotional wellbeing and mental health is being tested, with higher levels of stress, anxiety and depression being reported from across a range of sources. With no end to the crisis in sight, particularly for those with health conditions and no date for a vaccine at hand to provide a perma…
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COVID-19
Tuesday 12th May, 2020
Getting Active Online: How COVID has led to Innovation and the need for Digital Inclusion
What the recent crisis has brought us is the need to be bold and challenge our traditional ways of doing things. The focus has been on urgently meeting need, getting the job done and adapting to the environment; this kind of innovation would normally take decades and considerable funding to put in place. This pace of change has been community led and driven largely by existing digital platforms, w…
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COVID-19
Friday 1st May, 2020
Exercise your right to be active
Speaking on the 15 April, the Government chief medical adviser, Chris Whitty, stressed the importance of exercise to public health. He said being physically active was “very important to long-term health” and crucial for keeping people fighting fit during the ongoing pandemic.
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COVID-19
Wednesday 29th April, 2020
Learn New Skills - CSI support Walter Lyon House
Walter Lyon House is an abstinence based supported housing project based in Lancaster. Treatment at the 13-bed building encourages residents to get directly involved with their care and surroundings, including cooking and maintenance, which are both critical parts of that practice. Residents plan and prepare their own meals as well as doing their own laundry and other chores. Clients coming into W…
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COVID-19
Wednesday 22nd April, 2020
Lancashire-based organisations join forces to donate bikes to NHS workers
An initiative supported by Active Lancashire, Love to ride, Connecting East Lancashire and Lancashire County Council, has seen the first 12 bikes donated to NHS workers from Blackburn and Burnley Hospital Trusts, with many more to come.
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COVID-19
Wednesday 22nd April, 2020
Learn New Skills - Working from Home
“Before the current situation arose myself and Amy had scheduled in some changes on the Views system, which is the system we use for all data input and monitoring on the More Positive Together (MPT) project. We had also planned two days of training to upskill all mentors on the new changes and guidance moving forward into MPT Phase 2. Unfortunately, we were all told to work from home and the tra…
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COVID-19
Monday 20th April, 2020
Community Investment Fund – Emergency Community Support
This fund is aimed at charities, community groups and local networks that may need support or would like to offer support to a group of people or a community during the current crisis.
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