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Tuesday 21st May, 2024
Pendle Youth Employment Service Celebrates Third Anniversary
Pendle YES Hub, a youth employment service based in Nelson, proudly commemorated its third anniversary recently. Originally established in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hub has since become a cornerstone of support for over 1000 young people, aiding them in entering employment, enhancing their wellbeing, and accessing training courses. Operated by Active Lancashire in partnership with Pen…
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Monday 20th May, 2024
Lancashire Organisations Unite for Mental Health Awareness Event organised by Rossendale Works.
Organisations from across Lancashire joined forces recently to participate in a football session organised by Rossendale Works in support of Mental Health Awareness Week. The event, usually open to jobseekers and those facing mental health challenges, aims to promote physical activity and provide a supportive environment for individuals of all abilities. Football Works, a session delivered by Ross…
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Tuesday 14th May, 2024
Skating, scooting and BMX fun at SPAR Lancashire School Games
School pupils from East Lancashire have enjoyed skateboarding, scootering, and BMXing as part of the SPAR Lancashire School Games.
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Wednesday 8th May, 2024
Pendle-Based Youth Service Provides Mental Health Support to Local Teen
Pendle YES Hub, a youth employment service ran by Active Lancashire and Positive Action in the Community (PAC) on behalf of Pendle Council, has provided support to a young woman needing support with her mental health.Having recently completed a diploma in Travel and Tourism, Kayleigh Murren, was struggling to find employment which was inclusive to her needs, and began to suffer from poor mental he…
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Tuesday 30th April, 2024
Rossendale Works empowers local resident to secure meaningful employment
Rossendale Works, a partnership between Rossendale Borough Council, Active Lancashire, and the DWP, has announced another success story for local resident Aidan Lees, a 24-year-old from Rawtenstall. Through its tailored employment support programme, Rossendale Works has enabled Aidan to secure a Corporate Support Administrator Assistant role at Rossendale Borough Council, marking a significant mil…
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Friday 12th April, 2024
Burnley Leisure and Culture and Active Lancashire to Launch Pop-Up Bike Shop
An-award winning shop that will sells low-cost, recycled bicycles from just £25 for children is set to open within Burnley for a limited time only. Active Cycles, a community-driven bicycle refurbishment hub based in Accrington, is working in partnership with Burnley Leisure and Culture (BLC) to launch a temporary pop-up bike shop within the Charter Walk shopping centre. The shop will be open for…
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Wednesday 27th March, 2024
Brunshaw Primary School Receive Free Recycled Bikes To Support Bikeability Sessions
A community-led bike refurbishment shop has donated cycles and helmets to Brunshaw Primary School in Burnley to help their pupils learn to ride safely.
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Monday 25th March, 2024
Mayor of Pendle visits Pendle YES Hub
The Mayor of Pendle has visited Pendle YES Hub to observe the vital services it provides to young people in Pendle. During his visit, Councillor Brian Newman spoke with staff and participants, as well as its partner organisations, to understand the impact the Hub’s support has on young people in Pendle.He also took part in some of the activities, including Box Champions - a non-contact mentoring…
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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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