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  • Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

    Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives.

    From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds (...)

  • Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

    Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives.

    From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds (...)

  • Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

    Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives.

    From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds (...)

  • Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

    Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives.

    From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds (...)

  • 5 Ways Boxing Academy are an inclusive boxing club based at the Valley Street Community Centre in Burnley.  We think boxing should be for everyone: lads, girls, adults, teens, and kids.

    Boxing has always been a passion for our founder and Director Kevin Dand.  After a successful Amateur Boxing Career with North (...)

  • A Gentle Journey provides practical, informational and emotional support for you and your family along every step of your journey through pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.

    Pregnancy should be a time when you can embrace the emotional and physical changes that you are experiencing without fear or anxiety. Your (...)

  • AAWAZ is a local registered charity; we work with women and families, with those people who are in most need.  The name AAWAZ mean Voice in Urdu and is the voice of Asian women across Lancashire and nationally.

    The charity’s work revolves around the principle of self-help, equipping women and (...)

  • “Abiden Rest Home provides personal care for 22 older people. The home is located in a residential area in Burnley and accommodation is provided in 18 single rooms and two shared rooms on two floors, 10 of the bedrooms have an ensuite facility.” (NHS Choices)

  • Access Ability CIC provides support and services to disabled and deaf people, potential employers, their families and community members within the North West.

    Our projects provide a holistic approach to support, guidance and training through weekly job clubs and social groups within local accessible locations. We work in partnership with (...)

  • The Accrington Victoria Hospital is a community hospital providing in-patient services and a Minor Injuries Unit for the local population.
  • Acorn Heights is a large, detached Grade II listed property nestled within quiet, mature grounds on Manchester Road in Burnley. Despite the grandeur of the building however, Acorn Heights provides a pleasant, friendly and comfortable environment for 22 people, from Burnley and the surrounding areas  who require respite, dementia or (...)

  • Action for ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) Is a charitable body for people affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders in East Lancashire.

    The organisation is based at the Autism Resource Centre, a specially designed facility in Harle Syke, Burnley, which houses our soft play centre, bouncy castle, activity area, games consoles, internet (...)

  • Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime where you should report fraud if you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber crime in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

    They provide a central point of contact for information about fraud and financially motivated internet crime. People (...)

  • Active Lancashire are one of 43 sub-regional sport partnerships operating across England. As a County Sport Partnership (CSP) we are funded by Sport England, by agencies to deliver specific projects on their behalf, by local government and by private sponsorship.

    County Sports Partnerships are an integral part of the Government’s drive (...)

  • “Adam House provides accommodation and support for up to six people with mental ill health. The home is a large terraced house situated a short distance from Burnley town centre. There is a lounge and a dining kitchen. There are single and shared bedrooms. There is an enclosed yard to (...)

  • ADHD North West is committed to providing a free unique support service to empower and improve the wellbeing of individuals and families affected by an Attention Deficit Disorder and associated conditions. We believe in making a difference by improving knowledge, increasing confidence, reducing isolation, and encouraging aspirations.

  • Adult Learning at Burnley College turns your newfound skills into opportunities. Hobbies become money-making ventures. Education becomes prospects. Beginners become Advanced and strangers become a network of likeminded people.

    Enhance your knowledge in outstanding facilities using the latest industry technology. Whether you’re learning to change your life or you’re hoping (...)

  • Adult Social Care is part of the Adult & Community Services Directorate of LCC.  It mainly offers support to older people 16+, people with physical disability or sensory impairment; people with a mental illness and people with a learning disability.

  • Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website, run by the charity Law for Life: the Foundation for Public Legal Education.

    It provides accurate information on rights and the law.

    We believe that everybody should have access to clear and effective guidance to help them deal with law-related issues.

  • Advocacy Focus provide advocacy support to people over the age of 18 who live in East Lancashire and have an issue with Health or Adult Social Care.

    Advocates support people at meetings in getting their views across to professionals and help people to understand what is being said to them. (...)

  • The Hospital Aftercare Service Supports older people following a hospital discharge, period of illness or injury. The service aims to help you regain your independence and provide low level practical and emotional support.
  • We believe in making later life enjoyable and fulfilling. We promote health and wellbeing, provide information and advice, innovative and practical services and support.
  • We aim to be your first port of call for services, information and assistance.

    At our office you will be welcomed by one of our local Volunteers who can provide assistance and information or by one of our trained Insurance Arrangers who can provide quotes and assistance in the office.

  • Age UK Lancashire provide an information and advice service for older people aged 65+ and their carers. The service is free of charge, confidential, independent and impartial.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

    The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees (...)

  • We are a welcoming friendly church of England parish church. We are blessed with a beautiful church building on Padiham Road near the junction with Kiddrow Lane.

  • Alzheimer’s Society is the UK ‘s leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers through our publications, National Dementia Helpline, website, and around 3,000 local services.

    We campaign for better quality (...)

  • At Asda Opticians we care about you and your family’s eye health.

    With eye tests available in all our Opticians, great value contact lenses which are available to buy in-store or online and clear complete prices on prescription glasses, you can be sure you can trust Asda Opticians for your (...)

  • Ashmeade is a privately run residential home for the elderly. For 25 years we have strived to keep a homely ambiance rather than that of an institution. Our lounges and communal areas are places where you can relax, be comfortable and feel at home.

    Our staff are trained (...)

  • The British Lung Foundation and Asthma UK are the 2 main respiratory charities in the UK . Both have useful websites packed with information, tips and guidance covering all aspects of living with a lung condition. They are a good place to start.
  • Although Bahá’í is an unusual word, many people in Burnley will recognise it because the Bahá’í community in Burnley has been active for over 50 years.

    Many local people have become members, joining a global community of over 7 million people working for Unity and Peace through the application of (...)

  • Numark is made up of over 3,000 independent pharmacies throughout the UK.

    The organisation was formed over 50 years ago to help support pharmacists give their customers the best service possible.

  • Bank Hall is an Innovative Home with the latest equipment and assistive technology to ensure the safety and comfort of each of our residents. Our stunning homes have been carefully designed to make you feel like you’re in the comfort of your own home. Bank Hall is a single (...)

  • This is a caring school and our main aim is to provide a secure and happy environment where all children are given full opportunity to develop the abilities they possess.

    To this end children are encouraged to think for themselves and to use their own initiative. The staff are determined (...)

  • Basement Youth UK Ltd Empowering young People from Burnley to have a voice and be heard. We care about Young People’s Lifestyles, Education, Achievements and their future.

    We deliver services that are formed by young people, our responses are youth led tackling issues they face in society today.

    The Project has been outlined (...)

  • As a community-based organization offering DJ workshops across the Lancashire County, our primary goal at Bassment DJ Academy is to steer young people away from trouble and into music.

    We try to offer our community services free of charge or at reduced rates and can only do that with the (...)

  • BBC Radio Lancashire provide news, sport, music and features for Lancashire.   Radio made in the Red Rose county on 95.5, 103.9, 104.5FM, DAB & Freeview ch. 720.

  • The Bean Good Coffee Shop is a café with a social conscience – the home of ‘buy one, give one free’.

    If you call in for a coffee or great-tasting meal and make a donation, we’ll give you a token for another one for free. You can then pass this (...)

  • “Benjamin House provides accommodation and support for up to ten people with mental ill health. The home is a large end terraced house situated a short distance from Burnley town centre. There is a lounge and a dining kitchen with conservatory area. Bedrooms are single with en-suite facilities. There is (...)

  • Each of the Hospices serving East Lancashire provide a bereavement support service.  These services provide a confidential, safe space in which to work through their grief with a qualified bereavement support co-ordinator.
  • Best 2 Know works in conjunction with Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s Contraception and Sexual Health Services (CaSH).

    Here you can find information about sexual health. This includes contraception, STIs, local services and the places you can get free condoms. Condoms are provided through our Wrapped condom scheme. CaSH provide (...)

  • Blackburn and East Lancashire Model Railway Society is a model railway society based near Oswaldtwistle Mills. The group exists to promote and facilitate model railway engineering and holds an annual exhibition in Blackburn each October.

    Established in 1965, the Society held its first show in October of that year. Shows (...)

  • Blackburn Arts Club are an amateur dramatic society based in Blackburn, Lancashire.

    We present four productions each season from September/October to April/May at our theatre on Gibraltar Street in Blackburn.

    We have presented over 200 productions over the last 60 years ranging from plays by Shakespeare, Pantomimes, Musicals, Gilbert & (...)

  • Blessed Trinity is a fantastic place – we believe that we are part of God’s creative process, fulfilling the potential of each individual in order to make the world a better place. We are a vibrant community, inspiring young hearts and minds and enabling all of our youngsters to flourish.

  • Hospice care is not just a building, it is a way of caring for people. Our care aims to improve the lives of people whose illness may not be curable.

    We help people to live as actively as possible after diagnosis to the end of their lives, however long that (...)

  • Whether you need an eye test or want to pick up some new glasses or contact lenses, Boots Opticians is the place to go. With more than 600 branches across the UK, you’re sure to find one close to you.

    We pride ourselves on our premium level of service and (...)

  • Across the eastern half of Lancashire our 140 Bootstrap Enterprises staff in our centres assist people move into work and into business every day!

    Our strong reputation and proven track record stems from our experience, expertise and success in helping individuals and communities achieve their goals.

    Bootstrap has a new (...)

  • For 30 years bootstrap has been helping people into work, training, self employment and social enterprises Bootstrap has Centres in Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Nelson and outreach locations throughout East Lancashire.

    Across the eastern half of Lancashire our 140 staff in our centres assist people move into work and into business (...)

  • We are the UK’s leading bowel cancer research charity. We are determined to save lives and improve the quality of life for all those affected by bowel cancer.

    Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and second biggest cancer killer. However, it shouldn’t be. The disease (...)

  • Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Short Break Services at Haddon House are operated by Lancashire County Council.

    “Haddon House is a purpose built care home that provides short term care, support and accommodation for up to six people living with a learning disability and mental health disorder. The home does (...)

  • Communicars is a fantastic volunteer driver community transport scheme run by BPRCVS that operates throughout East Lancashire.

    Communicars operates Monday to Friday between 9am – 5pm. To book journeys call the dedicated Communicars dispatch line on 01282 412096. Phone lines are open for bookings between 9am – 2pm.

    Communicars is (...)

  • The Volunteer Centre is part of a national network of volunteer centres coordinated by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO).

    The BPRCVS Volunteer Centre has a database of volunteering opportunities which can help individuals find the right opportunity for them or can help organisations find much needed volunteers.

    Volunteering (...)

  • Do you know someone who is visually impaired who would like to learn Braille?

    Braille IT delivers free Braille classes – Braille IT offers accredited free tuition in Braille skills to blind or visually impaired, parents and carers at four centres around East Lancashire; Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Chorley and (...)

  • The Breathe Programme from the Liverpool Chest and Heart Hospital is an open access website which anyone can visit. It consists of a series of videos covering a range of topics including the following categories; Patient family and friends, breathlessness, relaxation techniques, activity & exercise, self management.
  • At Briercliffe Primary, our motto is: “In work and play, only our best.”

    This is reflected not only in the children’s positive attitudes to learning and behaviour, but also in the commitment of every member of staff to do their very best for every child in our school – both (...)

  • An active church with a large congregation and a vibrant Sunday School. There are various events held throughout the week, details of which can be obtained from the relevant ministers and church contacts.

  • At Briercliffe Road Dental Practice, our team are committed to providing you with the best dental treatments and dental care.

    You can rely on our experience and expertise to be able to handle any situation. All our team are highly qualified and dedicated dental professionals. When you come to us, (...)

  • The British Lung Foundation are the only UK charity looking after the nation’s lungs. With your support, we’ll make sure that one day everyone breathes clean air with healthy lungs.

    We’ve been researching lung conditions for 30 years.  Today, it remains at the heart of what we do.  Our aim is always (...)

  • The British Lung Foundation and Asthma UK are the 2 main respiratory charities in the UK . Both have useful websites packed with information, tips and guidance covering all aspects of living with a lung condition. They are a good place to start.
  • Here at Brook House we have been providing support services in the Lancashire county to care for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, sensory impairments and various mental health conditions for over 30 years.

    Our aim is to empower our service users to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to (...)

  • Brook UK has been at the forefront of providing wellbeing and sexual health support for young people for over 50 years.  Our services in local communities, our education programmes, our training for professionals and our campaigning work means that young people are better equipped to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices.

  • Brunshaw Methodist Church is a delightfully modern Church with a small, but caring congregation set on an estate high above the town centre.

    The Burnley and Pendle Methodist Circuit formed in September 2017 is made up of sixteen Methodist churches.  We are a lively, progressive, forward thinking circuit that is (...)

  • At Brunshaw learning is creative, fun and challenging within a safe environment.

    We are all encouraged to do our best to develop the skills for learning and life. We develop our confidence to learn on our own and with others.

    We listen to, care for and value each other, making Brunshaw a (...)

  • Building Bridges in Burnley is a partnership of faith organisations who are working with others to celebrate diversity, to promote dialogue and activities to develop understanding, to achieve equality and justice.

    We want our community to be a place where people of all faiths, beliefs and cultures are valued and (...)

  • Burnley & District Canine Society provide ringcraft and socialisation classes every 2nd Tuesday at 7pm.

  • We are an active and friendly BSAC branch based in Burnley, Lancashire.

    Each year, Burnley & District Sub-Aqua Club organises several diving trips for its members in the UK and sometimes abroad.

    We own a fully equipped RIB plus several sets of scuba kit available for members use. We love (...)

  • Burnley & District Writers’ Circle was founded in 1954, so we’ve been providing a forum for the writers of the area for a good few years! In that time we’ve seen many changes. Most probably, the writers at that first meeting would have been using pen and paper to write. (...)

  • We are an independent charity providing free, impartial and confidential advice to people living in Burnley, Nelson, Barnoldswick and Colne.
  • Our Faith Centre aims to provide a focus for the educational, personal and spiritual development of all young people and members of our community, playing a pivotal role in promoting community cohesion.

    The Faith Centre reaches out to all the communities of Burnley, Pendle and beyond and is rooted in (...)

  • With a focus on healthy living and active ageing, the AgeUK Ageing Well Resource Centre in Burnley is based in the heart of the community and provides a drop-in facility for information and advice.

    The Centre also provides activities for both male and female older Asian-heritage people and their carers.

  • Who is the United Reformed Church? We are a family of Christians, worshipping in the name of Jesus in about 1500 local churches from Orkney to Cornwall.

    ‘Reformed’ means that we delight in the Bible, we do not fear change, and we try to run our churches in ways that (...)
  • The Burnley and Pendle Methodist Circuit consists of sixteen Churches in the towns and surrounding district. We are part of the Lancashire District of the Methodist Church of Great Britain. There are 3 Methodist connected schools in our Circuit.

    Hapton Church of England/Methodist Controlled School Wellfield Methodist/Church of England Voluntary (...)
  • Burnley AC are a long established athletic club providing quality track & field and cross country training to the local community of Burnley.

    Our upcoming athletes train on our recently upgraded synthetic track & the Clubs Coaches, Officials & Committee are all volunteers. All of whom are fully qualified UK (...)

  • Burnley Council is a democratic organisation.

    It’s run by people who are elected by you – the residents of the borough.

    Our 45 elected councillors decide policies on local services and how the council’s money is spent.

  • Burnley Boys and Girls Club are empowering, supporting and delivering excellent activities services and education.  Preparing today’s young people for tomorrow.

    Working together to deliver support, education and opportunities, meeting the requirements of young people within Burnley and the surrounding areas.

    We support young people everyday but to do this (...)

  • At the heart of our College is the passion for every one of our students to succeed, both academically and personally.

    Our combination of a structured learning environment together with exciting opportunities to grow in character, creates individuals who are mature, confident and prepared for their career, individuals of whom (...)

  • Inclusive of a food bank, a teaching kitchen and a community café, the Burnley Community Kitchen will aim to deliver positive change for those who need it most in the town; using food as the catalyst.

    Operated by Burnley FC in the Community with support from our partner businesses. We (...)

  • The Burnley Dementia Action Alliance is a newly established alliance open to all new members committed to Burnley becoming a Dementia Friendly town.

    The Burnley DAA contribution to the seven outcomes will be as follows:

    The Burnley DAA steering group will include a person living with dementia and a carer (...)
  • Burnley Enterprise of Sport & Training CIC is based on Network 65 Business Park in Burnley, Lancashire. The BEST Centre is a social enterprise, community leisure facility offering a wide range of sport, health and leisure activities for all the community to access and enjoy.

    The BEST Centre is easily (...)

  • We are Burnley FC in the Community; the award-winning, official charity of Burnley Football Club.

    We believe in the immense power of our football club to transform people’s lives for the better. We work hard every day to deliver on our mission to inspire, support and deliver change to communities (...)

  • Burnley General Teaching Hospital provides a full range of hospital services.  This includes general and specialist medical and surgical services along with a full range of diagnostic (e.g. MRI, CT scanning) and support services.
  • Welcome to Burnley High School, a secondary school based in West Burnley. We opened in 2014 with year 7 and we will continue to build on that each year until we open our 6th Form in 2019.

    We offer a very different school with a strong ethos and high academic (...)

  • The only late night pharmacy in Burnley open late till 11.00pm.

    Open until 11.00pm Monday to Saturday & open until 9.00pm Sunday

  • We are a very friendly, very sociable club offering tennis at all levels. We have 6 all-weather courts, 3 of which have floodlights, we have access to another 3 hard courts with floodlights so whether you fancy competitive team tennis, social fun tennis or are a complete beginner taking up (...)

  • Lancashire County Council provide library services from local and mobile libraries.  Joining the library is free and you can join at any age.

    Services available at Burnley library include:

    Public computers WiFi Printing and photocopying Scanner WiFi printing Local studies collection Meeting space for hire Baby changing
  • The Burnley Light Opera Society was born in 1934 under the initial leadership of Capt. THG Grey and the Bishop of Burnley, Canon E Priestly Swain.

    Since its humble beginnings 80 years ago, the society has run through a total of 85 shows (at least one every year, except for (...)

  • Scope is a local charity supporting people with cerebral palsy and other related disabilities.  “We want to make East Lancs and outlying districts a better place for people with Cerebral Palsy and other related disabilities by enabling them to have more choice and control over how they live.”

    The group (...)

  • There is something for every child at a BPA group. Fun or Funky, Creative or Learning, Iit is a great opportunity to make new friends in a safe, exciting fun environment. Our play is based on a triangular play model. Meaning, there is always three choices of play activities available.

  • We open every Monday to Friday from 9am to 3pm. Our members can hire a wheelchair or scooter to make their journey around Burnley town centre easier and more comfortable. We also hire out other mobility aids

    Our aim is to help people with disabilities and other difficulties with mobility, (...)

  • Burnley Spiritualist Church can trace it’s history back to the late 19th Century when the Church first began to meet. The building for the Church was set up by a Trust Deed in 1927 and was first housed at Hammerton Street, Burnley.

    When the town was redesigned in the 90’s (...)

  • Burnley Tennis Club welcome new players of all abilities to come down to the club and give tennis a try and get involved.

    Established in the 1930’s the club has gone from strength to strength with significant improvements to facilities and increased membership numbers since 2013.

    We are a very (...)

  • Burnley Twinning Association has been twinned with Vitry-sur-Seine, south east  Paris  and on the banks of the river Seine since the late 1950’s.  The Association is a membership led organisation which provides social and educational links with Burnley’s twin town.

    There are a range of types of events organised between the (...)

  • We are an organisation in Burnley that gets involved in our neighborhood. Volunteers from all walks of life have come together to jointly improve our neighborhood.

    The main goal of Burnleywood Community Centre is to create a sense of community in the neighborhoods where people live and work.

    We hope (...)

  • Burnley, Pendle & Rossendale CVS have been operating for over 80 years in East Lancashire. Our role is to develop and support community, voluntary and faith organisations throughout the regions of Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale.

    Helping people to help others is our motto. This is what we do, what we (...)

  • Burnley Council owns and manages six Green Flag parks in the borough, offering a wide range of recreation from beautifully landscaped gardens and boating lakes, bowling greens to skate parks and playgrounds.

    The parks provide visitors and residents with lots to see and do including various collections and exhibitions, playgrounds, (...)

  • Delivering caring, meticulous and friendly dental services to our patients.

    Offering high-quality, evidence-based dental advice, management and treatments provided with empathy.

  • Calico Enterprise works with a host of organisations to deliver a range of services across the North West that: provide housing-related support; tackle worklessness; and give information and advice.  Such services include: Calico Interiors; Constructing the Future; Calico Careers; and Floating Support contracts.

    Calico Enterprise is part of The Calico Group: (...)

  • Croston House is CancerHelp's day care centre in Garstang.
  • Vine House is CancerHelp’s Day Care Centre In Preston.
  • The Carers Link Lancashire website was launched on 1st April 2013, and is designed to be a one stop resource for all carers in East Lancashire.  Carers Link Lancashire works across the whole of East Lancashire and it’s office is based in Accrington.  Our services are open Monday to Friday (...)

  • We want every child to be happy at school and in the community. We know that all children can achieve their best when they are happy. That includes helping them to believe in themselves and understand that they can aim high!

  • Burnley Council owns and manages six Green Flag parks in the borough, offering a wide range of recreation from beautifully landscaped gardens and boating lakes, bowling greens to skate parks and playgrounds.

    The parks provide visitors and residents with lots to see and do including various collections and exhibitions, playgrounds, (...)

  • Central Methodist Church Burnley, is in the heart of the town, surrounded by clubs and snack bars.  It’s people are friendly and open to all aspects of worship.

    The premises are extensive and include ‘The Hub’ and ‘Coffee Bar’.  It is a modern building and boasts the latest technology for contemporary worship.

  • Inspire Integrated Substance Misuse Service offer a wide range of support for anyone worried about their own or somebody else’s substance/alcohol use. We offer advice and guidance to individuals and family members through rapid, open access assessment leading to support and treatment.
  • The Changing Futures Project aims to support 1,000 people who are most at risk of exclusion from the labour market to identify, reduce and remove their barriers to employment. The project will be delivered across Lancashire with a focus on areas where there are high levels of poverty, targeting Black, (...)

  • Chapel Lodge aims to provide our residents and relatives complete peace of mind as we are fully trained and equipped to meet all needs and levels of care.
  • Cherry Fold Community Primary School is a good school (Ofsted July 2014) and our main aim is to provide a secure and happy environment where all children are given full opportunity to develop the abilities they possess.

    To this end children are encouraged to think for themselves and to use (...)

  • Inspiring lives and changing futures

    It’s what we’ve been doing since 1886, in one form or another!

    We passionately believe that every child and young person has the right to achieve their full potential, whatever their background or circumstances and, as a result, we work with over 6000 children, young (...)

  • At Child Maintenance Options, we provide free impartial information and support to help parents make informed choices about child maintenance.

    The fact that we’re impartial means we are here to help both parents, or anyone else with an interest in child maintenance and we aren’t biased towards any one way (...)

  • Christ the King Primary School is a happy, friendly school situated within lovely grounds on the edge of Burnley in Lancashire.

    The school opened in 1970, and has places for pupils aged 4 to 11 years. The majority of our pupils then transfer to the local High School, Blessed Trinity.

  • Mormons are diverse, unique individuals who share a common belief in Jesus Christ as the Savior and Redeemer of the world.

  • A local charity that offers free, impartial & confidential information and advice on the problems that people face including debt, welfare benefits, housing, employment, utilities, consumer and relationships.
  • The new state-of-the-art £7.8 million building gives the residents of Clitheroe and surrounding areas a hospital fit for the 21st Century.
  • The Village Hall is situated in Holme Chapel in Cliviger to the rear of 380 Burnley Road.

    The Village Hall is frequently used to hear speakers and to discuss current issues affecting the village.

    You can hire the village hall. It has a music licence and you can bring your (...)

  • The Association was formed in 2004 to assist the residents on the Coal Clough area of Burnley. During its 10 year journey it has represented the residents on numerous occasions, negotiating with the County Council, Borough Council and its MP’s and councillors for improvements throughout the Coal Clough area.

    The (...)

  • Cohens Chemist is part of the Cohens Group and a well loved brand name in community pharmacy. The Company was established in 1980 and is now one of Britain’s leading pharmacy chains with branches throughout the UK.

    We are located mainly in the community and increasingly within new community health (...)

  • The Open Door Centre endeavours to help people cope with the mental and emotional pressures of life by providing a non-discriminatory, non-judgemental and accepting atmosphere with the aims of providing opportunities to enable individuals to develop their potential talents.

    Our work is centred around our cafe premises and drop-in (...)

  • Colne Road Pharmacy is an independent pharmacy delivering excellent customer service to the Burnley and wider community.

    Established in 2012 after change of pharmacy ownership from a large multiple national pharmacy chain it has flourished tremendously, due to years of experience the Pharmacist brings to the pharmacy and instils excellent (...)

  • The doctors and staff at Colne Road Surgery in Burnley are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood (...)

  • Occupational Therapy is a health care profession which provides services to people whose ability to function in daily life has been disrupted. This may be due to physical illness or injury, developmental problems, the aging process or mental health.

    Occupational Therapy aims to assist each individual to achieve a safe, (...)

  • Community Connectors are here for you when you need help and support with daily life. Community Connectors based in the voluntary sector work with the NHS, Community groups and voluntary organisations and are local experts on what’s happening in your area.
  • Are you troubled by stress, anxiety or depression? Feeling lonely, isolated and vulnerable? Community Care Navigator could support you to access non-medical activities and services.

    The project aims to reduce the number of GP appointments being taken up by people that don’t require medical treatment.

    Community support and services have (...)

  • Community Restart is a modern, forward thinking service that has co-production with service users at its heart. It is dedicated to improving quality of life, promoting opportunities and improving the outcome for people across Lancashire.

    Community Restart works in partnership with people who access the service, carers, mental health specialists, (...)

  • Community Solutions North West (CSNW) is an innovative social enterprise, specialising in engagement and support.

    Through holistic provision of bespoke solutions, we are committed to offering hope and opportunity to local people through social, health, economic and personal development. Our services are Lancashire wide. With a Solutions Focused Asset Based Approach(endorsed by UCLAN Evaluation – June 2014) our services and programmes recognise (...)

  • The Connecting Our Community Directory website provides community information to local people.

    It provides information about organisations and how to access their services. You will also find recent news about them and the events they are arranging.  Where organisations have opportunities available you will see this highlighted and linked to on (...)

  • We are an independent charity helping law enforcement to locate criminals and help solve crimes.

    We have an anonymous 24/7 phone number, 0800 555 111, that people can call to pass on information about crime; alternatively people can send us information anonymously via our Giving Information Form.

    You don’t have (...)

  • We provide a service to the people who are experiencing mental health problems that are in crisis or would perhaps require hospital admission. The service definition of ‘Crisis’ is presentation of an individual whose normal coping mechanisms and resources have become overwhelmed by the onset or relapse of a severe (...)

  • Crossroads Care East Lancashire is a non-profit making organisation that covers the districts of Burnley, Pendle, Rossendale and Blackburn with Darwen.

    Crossroads Care East Lancashire provides practical and emotional support to carers responsible for the care of children, adults or older people at home who have physical/sensory disability, learning disability (...)

  • Cruse Bereavement Care’s vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies. Our Areas and Branches offer free and confidential services provided by trained volunteers.

  • Daneshouse doctors’ surgery in Burnley provides the highest quality health care to patients in the area. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information (...)

  • Darul Islah Wattarbiyah was established in 2001 to cater for the needs of the growing Muslim community in Burnley.

  • Dementia Connect is a specialist, personalised service provided by Alzheimer’s Society in Pennine Lancashire.  You can be referred by your GP, health professional or you can self-refer.

    We can talk to you and your family or carer about your individual needs and provide you with information relevant to you. We (...)

  • At Derian House we feel privileged to be counted as the friends of the many families we have cared for and supported since the hospice opened, as well as those to whom we continue to offer ongoing support. We know there will be countless others in the future who will (...)

  • We’re furthering the rights of Disabled people across the North West.

    We are a community group of disabled people providing a range of support services to enable other disabled people to live independently and be active in their local community. Disability Equality is a user led disabled people’s organisation, that (...)

  • Dove Court is located in a peaceful residential area just outside Burnley.  Dove Court is a modern, friendly care home that offers residential, nursing, residential dementia and nursing dementia care.

    With sitting rooms, space for Residents to pursue their hobbies and interests and several dining rooms to choose from, (...)

  • Children and adults with Down’s syndrome are all unique individuals with their own personalities, family backgrounds and preferences that make them who they are.

    The Downs Syndrome Association provide answers to questions that we are often asked about Down’s syndrome. This information will help you to separate the facts from (...)

  • The Drystone Walling Association of Great Britain (Mid Lancs) aims to teach and practice the art of dry stone walling in the countryside.

  • Wax is an important and natural secretion found in the ear. It keeps the ear canal lubricated and protects the ear against dust, dirt and bacteria, which helps to prevent infection.
  • The Early Intervention Service (EIS) specialises in working with individuals aged 14 to 35 at risk of, or currently experiencing, first episode psychosis. The EIS delivers specialist interventions through a modular programme, which will provide new opportunities for clients and their carers, and promote optimism through to recovery.

    The EIS (...)

  • The East Lancashire Bat Group is dedicated to the conservation of bats in the boroughs of Blackburn with Darwen, Ribble Valley, Hyndburn, Pendle, Burnley, and Rossendale that make up Pennine Lancashire.

    Our membership is open to all with an interest in bats.

    We aim to help to conserve bats, their (...)
  • Welcome to the East Lancashire Beekeepers web site. Our Branch is one of seven in the Lancashire & North West Beekeepers Association which in turn is part of the National British Beekeepers Association, BBKA.

    The association covers East Lancashire and includes the areas of Blackburn, Darwen, Rossendale, Burnley, Pendle, Hyndburn (...)

  • The Campaign for Real Ale is a voluntary organisation consisting of over 180,000 ordinary people, run by an unpaid, elected national executive and backed by a small core of professional executives. It speaks for people everywhere by fighting to save pubs and breweries from closure, attempting to improve quality and (...)

  • Our aim is to provide support to new parents and give them opportunities to meet other families living with Down’s Syndrome.

    We are a great source of local and general information regarding Down’s Syndrome and we hope to raise awareness and understanding in the local community.

    We hold monthly meetings (...)

  • We are a group of local people who know about prostate cancer. We are a friendly organisation dedicated to offering support to men who have had or who are experiencing the effects of this potentially life threatening disease.

    The East Lancs Prostate Cancer Support Group offers a place for free (...)

  • Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart.

    Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives.

    From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds (...)

  • If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service can provide advice and support to help stroke recovery. We’ll work with you and people you care about to identify your support needs and plan how these will be met, enabling you to make the best possible (...)

  • As a CCG we commission (buy) local health services for Burnley, Hyndburn, Pendle, Ribble Valley (excluding Longridge) and Rossendale. We receive a budget from the Department of Health to plan and pay for most local NHS services. This includes commissioning planned hospital care, rehabilitative care, urgent and emergency care, most (...)

  • East Lancashire Deaf Society is a non-profit charity, based in Blackburn, which provides support to different deaf groups across Lancashire.

    We understand the diverse range of communication needs of deaf British Sign Language BSL users, deafblind people, hard of hearing people and those who have lost their hearing later in (...)

  • The East Lancs Patient Voices Group (PVG) was established in 2011 and has 12 elected members and an "e-membership." of patients from across Pennine Lancashire.
  • The service provides community support for people with complex presentations of eating disorder from age 16 upwards, and ensures smooth transition into the service from CAMHS for those approaching their 16th birthday.

    The team is multidisciplinary, including specialist nurses, GP, clinical psychologists and dietician. The team offers supported eating, psychological (...)

  • “Eaves Hall is registered to provide accommodation and personal care for up to 15 people.” (NHS Choices)

  • The EkaH Foundation offers effective educational and self development programmes and tools to help people relieve stress and develop their own sense of inner peace, happiness, health and wellbeing. These programmes which include guided visualisation techniques, meditation, yoga, and practical advice for daily living have helped people around the world (...)

  • This service will assess any patient that contacts it through a series of triage questions and either booked into an appointment or signposted to a more appropriate service.
  • Emmaus Burnley opened in 2011, becoming the UK’s 20th Emmaus community.

    We offer 24 people who have experienced homelessness, accommodation and meaningful work in one of our social enterprises.

    Emmaus Burnley covers the whole of Pennine Lancashire including Burnley, Rossendale, Hyndburn, Pendle, Blackburn with Darwen and Ribble Valley.


  • Encore School of Dance is a dance school, based in Colne, Lancashire, UK. Providing dance classes in Jazz, Tap, Modern, Ballet and Street Dance.

  • The England IMLT investigates and prosecutes illegal money lenders while supporting those who have borrowed money from a loan shark. Illegal Money Lending Teams in Scotland and Wales ensure the entire UK is working to stop loan sharks.

    Each team is comprised of specialist investigators and Liaise Officers who have (...)

  • We are an independent opticians’ with more than 20 years of experience in eye care. In that time, we have helped so many people, both young and old, to keep their eyes in good health and maintain their vision.

  • Families and Babies (FAB) provide peer support services offering evidenced based information & support to improve health & well-being within families. Our current services include breastfeeding peer support and mental health & well-being support.

    We believe in the power of mums supporting other mums and this will always be at the heart of our (...)
  • The Family Health & Wellbeing Consortium is a membership organisation providing a structure to support partnership and multi-agency working across members to deliver commissioned and grant funded services throughout Lancashire and the North West.

    Ultimately the work of the Consortium benefits children, families and adults of all ages in the local (...)

  • The Family Planning Association is a sexual health charity. We give straightforward information and support on sexual health, sex and relationships to everyone in the UK.

    Every year we answer thousands of questions about sexual health through our website and publications. We help parents talk to their children about growing up, (...)

  • “Fern House is registered to provide accommodation, care and support for six people with a learning disability.” (NHS Choices)

  • “The Franciscan Convent in Burnley provides accommodation and personal care for Sisters of the order. The premises are located in the centre of Burnley and is well adapted for its dual function of convent and care home.” (NHS Choices)

  • Future U is a collaborative project that brings together universities, colleges, schools, businesses and communities from across Lancashire.

    Future U is all about empowering young people with the knowledge and opportunities to succeed by improving careers information, advice and guidance, overcoming barriers to progression and offering an engaging programme of (...)

  • Gannow Community Centre is owned and operated by BPRCVS. The centre has been recently refurbished with over £33,000 of developments. The community centre is fast becoming a hub of local community, charity and voluntary work. With it’s excellent facilities and easy to access location just outside of Burnley town (...)

  • The Sport and Play Development Unit is an innovative, forward thinking team, developing, delivering and supporting community projects that provide opportunities for people to enjoy sport and physical activity, build confidence, break down barriers to taking part, and above all have fun.

    We created our ‘Get in2..’ brand to help (...)

  • Burnley Gladrags is not your average charity shop, look a little closer and you will see our members working tirelessly serving customers and helping our customers find what they need.

    East Lancashire People First strive to improve the lives of adults with learning disabilities, we are able to this by (...)

  • The Good Life Project is a therapeutic horticulture programme run by Pendle Leisure Trust and funded by the Big Lottery – Reaching Communities Programme. The project is aimed at adults who are suffering from social isolation; participants will attend the project in an attempt to gain the confidence to become (...)

  • At Gorse Hill we support ten residents who have learning disabilities and complex needs and who may also exhibit challenging behaviour.

    We support our residents to live as full a life as possible and be involved with the local community. There are two Gateway clubs in the area and football (...)

  • Greenbrook Methodist Church and Community Centre has a very caring congregation and its premises are such that they can accommodate a variety of other activities. 

  • The community charity with a green heart.

    We’re passionate about creating a future where everywhere is vibrant and green, every community is strong and able to shape its own destiny and where everyone can reach their potential.

    Groundwork MSSTT helps to change places and change lives across parts of Greater (...)

  • The Grove Care Home, part of Walton Care Group is a privately run Nursing and Care home situated in the Rosegrove area of Burnley.  The Grove prides itself on offering a friendly care environment whilst practising a high standard of care.  The surroundings are light, spacious and extremely comfortable with (...)

  • Burnley Council owns and manages six Green Flag parks in the borough, offering a wide range of recreation from beautifully landscaped gardens and boating lakes, bowling greens to skate parks and playgrounds.

    The parks provide visitors and residents with lots to see and do including various collections and exhibitions, playgrounds, (...)

  • Haggate Baptist Church is an active, friendly, welcoming Church situated in Briercliffe. We enjoy being together, worshipping together and learning more about the christian life. Our congregation consists of the very young to the not so young (but young at heart).

    You would be very welcome to join us on (...)

  • In September 2010 the College was relocated to Coal Clough Lane, a multi million pound state of the art learning environment which provides 21st century facilities for learning.

    Our overall aim is to ensure that students have an educational experience that enables them to achieve their potential and enjoy their (...)

  • We pride ourselves on being a Christian, caring, family-friendly school where you will find enthusiastic and well trained staff, well equipped classrooms and small class sizes, all of which contribute to offering the best in primary education for your child.

    We are privileged to be a joint Anglican/ Methodist voluntary (...)

  • A small friendly church set in a rural community in the village of Hapton.

  • Burnley Council owns and manages six Green Flag parks in the borough, offering a wide range of recreation from beautifully landscaped gardens and boating lakes, bowling greens to skate parks and playgrounds.

    The parks provide visitors and residents with lots to see and do including various collections and exhibitions, playgrounds, (...)

  • “Healey Lodge provides accommodation and nursing and personal care for 23 people. The service is located on the outskirts of Burnley town centre and is on a main bus route. Shops, pubs, churches, the library and other amenities are within walking distances. There is sufficient car parking for visitors.” ((...)

  • Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria is a partnership of organisations with a shared vision for health and care across our region.

    We already benefit from services that are working together. The staff involved in those services know we are facing some tough challenges and that we need to act now (...)

  • Healthier living is a free, confidential and professional non-clinical HIV support service

    Healthier Living aims to provide HIV specialist advice, support and information to all residents of Lancashire living with HIV or affected by HIV. The service aims to enable each person to manage their diagnosis and to reach their (...)

  • Healthwatch Lancashire is the public voice on health and social care in the county with the role to listen and the power to significantly influence change within the health and social care system.

    When it comes to health and social care, we all want the best services we can get. Now, (...)

  • “Healy House provides accommodation and support for up to eight people with mental ill health. The home is a large terraced house situated a short distance from Burnley town centre. There are two lounges, a dining kitchen and a games room. All bedrooms are single; six have en-suite facilities. There (...)

  • At Heasandford Primary School, Burnley we strive to do our very best for each child in their learning and in their personal development.

  • “Heather Grange provides care for older people with personal and nursing care needs. The home is divided into four suites, known as Village, Woodlands upper and lower and Garden. Accommodation is provided in 70 single bedrooms all of which have an ensuite facility. Living and dining areas are provided on (...)

  • Holly Grove is a primary special school which provides a specialist learning environment for pupils with a wide range of learning difficulties including moderate and severe learning difficulties, complex needs and autism.

    Within our specialist learning environment we are committed to providing:

    high quality education for all our pupils access (...)

  • Holy Trinity is a ‘one form entry’ Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School catering for children between the ages of 4 and 11 years . Our School provides a nurturing, happy and caring environment in which our children can flourish and reach their potential in a Christian setting.

  • Home-Start Rossendale, Burnley & Hyndburn offers a unique service.  It is a voluntary organisation offering friendship and support to local families with a child up to the age of 13. The families we help have at least one child under 5.  This unique service is provided by volunteers, who have been (...)

  • At Homeless Hounds our mission is to rescue and re-home, abandoned and abused dogs from the streets of Lancashire, giving them a second chance at a life filled with love and security. Your support is the vital lifeline to our success in giving these unfortunate dogs a new start in (...)

  • HAPI (Homelessness Awareness and Prevention Interventions Team) will work with all 14-25 year old that are homeless, or that are risk of becoming homeless.

    We give independent advice and support to ensure that you know what options are available to you. We work across Pendle, Burnley and Rossendale and work (...)

  • Since 1937 HAPPA has been saving lives. Whatever the decade, or indeed the century, we have strived to improve equine welfare.
  • Make the world a little friendlier! Spend a day or a weekend with an adult international student, learning about their culture, showing them your local area and inviting them to experience your own home life.

    Volunteer hosts invite students to visit for a day so the student can experience ‘real’ (...)

  • Situated in the picturesque Elizabethan Village of Hurstwood in the heart of the community; a stones throw away from Hurstwood Hall and Spenser’s House. It is our aim to serve this treasured  community and all those who visit it.

    Hurstwood Church is a Non-denominational Christian Church. We are a group of ordinary people (...)

  • Your local Numark Pharmacist can offer you specialist advice about medicines you may be taking and about your health in general.

  • Our mission is to provide quality, caring, patient centred healthcare. We will attempt to understand each person’s needs by listening carefully and doing our utmost to meet them.

    We will continue to treat all our patients fairly and equally, and with dignity and respect. We will continue to work within (...)

  • We pride ourselves on being a caring, family-friendly school where you will find enthusiastic and well trained staff, well equipped classrooms and high expectations that all children can succeed, all of which contribute to offering the best in primary education for your child.

    Your partnership with us is crucial and (...)

  • Find out what’s really happening in your area – receive regular crime updates, information on road closures and learn about what your local neighbourhood policing team is doing.

    In The Know is the free messaging service brought to you by Lancashire Police where you decide when and how you are (...)

  • Inspire Integrated Substance Misuse Service offer a wide range of support for anyone worried about their own or somebody else’s substance/alcohol use. We offer advice and guidance to individuals and family members through rapid, open access assessment leading to support and treatment.

  • Jalna Care Home is a substantial Victorian building situated on a main bus route, one mile from the centre of Burnley, Lancashire. The home was established in 1984 with the aim of providing a comfortable, caring and stimulating environment for elderly persons to live.

    Jalna Care Home is registered with (...)

  • For over 30 years Jinnah has provided a range of services to the community in Burnley and East Lancashire.

    Our services range from providing basic welfare advice to the delivery of specific programmes that help to provide much needed social and economic development opportunities to a significant number of people (...)

  • KELFF became a group in 2014 and meet monthly in Burnley.

    Their aim is to inform about the unconventional oil and gas industry which could be about to start with the permission of our Government, in spite of the Paris agreement regarding climate change.

    We have found that there is (...)

  • Our mission statement is: Working together for better health and wellbeing.

  • Lancashire Adult Learning provide learning for adults throughout Lancashire.  Discover a love of learning with our wide range of courses and learning opportunities. We’ve got courses to suit every need or ability from leisure courses to family learning, numeracy and literacy to employability skills.

    We have over 120 venues across Lancashire, (...)

  • Lancashire Association of Boys & Girls Clubs (LABGC) work through personal contact with over 40 affiliated clubs throughout Lancashire, who have over 20,000 members aged between 8 and 21 years.

    Our aim is to assist and support these clubs in providing a safe and exciting place for young (...)

  • We are a group member of the Badger Trust. Here are some of the things we do:

    We provide information and education about badgers to members of the public in the form of leaflets, and through our website and social media. We also provide talks to schools and community groups (...)
  • Lancashire BME Network (LBN) is a recently formed entity, resulting from the merging of Lancashire Womens Network (LWN) and Lancashire BME Pact (Pact) in 2014.

    Having worked closely over their respective histories on a number of programmes and initiatives, the boards and members of each felt it appropriate to formally (...)

  • Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust provides health and wellbeing services for a population of around 1.4million people. The services provided include community services such as health visiting, podiatry, sexual health and dentistry as well as inpatient and community mental health services. The Trust covers the whole of the county and (...)

  • The Challenge through Sport Initiative (CSI) is an ambitious innovative partnership project to encourage more active and healthier lifestyles for adults in drug and alcohol recovery by getting involved in regular sport and physical activity.

    The project aims to use sport & physical activity to:

    Increase participation within this high (...)
  • Children’s University is a charity that works in partnership with schools to develop a love of learning in children. We do this by encouraging and celebrating participation in extra-curricular activities in and outside of school.

    The impact of these activities is proven to be positive which is why we’re committed (...)

  • Founded in 1839, Lancashire Constabulary covers some 2,000 square miles. The county has a population of nearly 1.5 million with a rich diversity of communities, all with specific policing needs.

    The Constabulary is split into three divisions, West, South and East and our Headquarters is based in Hutton, Preston with (...)

  • The county council exists to serve everyone who lives or works in Lancashire, helping people to be healthy, happy and enjoy a good quality of life. We’re also here to protect the most vulnerable members of our communities who need some extra support.

    Some of our services are very visible (...)

  • The Lancashire Emotional Health in Schools Service delivers training and support to Lancashire high schools to help them feel more skilled and confident in identifying, understanding and managing children’s mental health difficulties.

    We are a small team of experienced clinical psychologists who work with schools to increase their knowledge and (...)

  • The Society now has twelve branches in Lancashire, together with one in London where members meet regularly. The society also has a worldwide community of family historians with roots in Lancashire. Please check out the benefits of membership for yourself.

    The Society has branches in Blackburn, Bury, Chorley, Fylde, Hyndburn, (...)

  • The Branch was established in July 1996 and normally meets six times a year on Saturday Afternoons per events calendar – 1 pm to 4.30 pm.

  • Whether you live in Lancashire or elsewhere, the Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Society can help you to research your Lancashire ancestry. The Society is a charity and cannot undertake professional paid research, but will (through our Branch Secretaries) give advice on sources relevant to individual problems.

    The Society was (...)

  • The Lancashire Federation of Young Farmers (known as LFYFC) is led by young people, for young people. Young Farmers Clubs are voluntary organisations providing anyone aged 10 to 26 with opportunities to meet lifelong friends, learn new skills, and make a difference to their local community.

    Originally formed to provide (...)

  • The Lancashire Federation of Young Farmers (known as LFYFC) is led by young people, for young people. Young Farmers Clubs are voluntary organisations providing anyone aged 10 to 26 with opportunities to meet lifelong friends, learn new skills, and make a difference to their local community.

    Originally formed to provide (...)

  • There’s no such thing as a typical day for a fire and rescue service. We never really know what we could be dealing with when the alert sounds. But from chemical spills to house fires; road traffic collisions to rescuing trapped animals; you can be sure we’ll do our best (...)

  • Our Vision

    To ensure Lancashire is a place where, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, all are able to be safe, fully participate in all aspects of community life, feel a sense of pride and belonging and know that their contribution is celebrated, shared and inspiring to others. “Fairness, (...)

  • Lancashire LGBT are a registered charity working across Lancashire (including Blackburn with Darwen and Blackpool) for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGB and/or T) people, with the aim of supporting LGB and/or T people in Lancashire to be happier, healthier and well connected.

    Their vision is to ensure Lancashire is (...)

  • We are a registered charity working across Lancashire (including Blackburn with Darwen and Blackpool) for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGB and/or T) people. Our aim is to support LGB and/or T people in Lancashire to be happier, healthier and well connected.

    Our Vision

    To ensure Lancashire is a place (...)

  • The Lancashire Local Offer is a free and impartial service provided by Lancashire County Council.

    We provide information about services across the county for families of children with special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND), covering areas including health and social care, education, early years, finance, transport, leisure activities and (...)

  • We are more than a mental health charity.  We’re a passionate movement leading the mental wellbeing revolution in Lancashire.

    Our vision is Mental Wellbeing for All and with your help we can stop misconceptions about mental health, develop resilience in people from an early age and work with communities to (...)

  • The Safe Trader Scheme is operated by Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Service and its aim is to assist residents of Lancashire to find reputable traders for property repairs, home improvements, gardening services, mobility aids and other services around the home.

    Whilst Lancashire County Council Trading Standards do not approve (...)

  • We help veterans and service personnel, and their families, in the local community and we rely on public donations to continue our work.

    Our commitment is to provide support with experienced, non-judgemental and friendly advice, as well as a variety of practical services which cover a range of social, family (...)

  • The Lancashire User Forum was originally set up in 2006 and is a county wide group for individuals, family, friends and carers who have been affected by addiction.

    In its infancy it was made up of a handful of service users supporting each other. Now the LUF is made up (...)

  • If you have been a victim of crime, whether recently or in the past, we are here to help. We provide emotional support, information and practical help, regardless of whether you have reported the crime to the police. All of our services are free and confidential.

    Lancashire Victim Services has been established (...)

  • The Lancashire Volunteer Partnership was established in 2016 between public services who wanted to provide one gateway into public service volunteering.

    Our aim is to make volunteering for public services rewarding and to provide opportunities for people to make a real difference in their local communities.

    By bringing these opportunities (...)

  • The Lancashire Wellbeing Service helps people to deal with the underlying causes that are affecting their ability to manage their health and wellbeing.
  • The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside is your local branch of the Lancashire Wildlife Trust charity, working to protect wildlife and nature for the future.

    We are a key voice for nature, both locally and nationally. We manage reserves, deliver specialist projects and have a people and (...)

  • Our vision is that women, and their families, in the communities we serve are able to achieve their potential, develop their assets and skills and live safe, healthy and prosperous lives.

    Our mission is to provide high quality, integrated health and social care services in Cumbria and Lancashire to women (...)

  • Our vision is that women, and their families, in the communities we serve are able to achieve their potential, develop their assets and skills and live safe, healthy and prosperous lives.

    Our mission is to provide high quality, integrated health and social care services in Cumbria and Lancashire to women (...)

  • We work with 10-17 year olds and their families and carers, who may be:

    Referred to us by the Police following an offence for which they received a final warning Going through the courts Placed under our supervision as part of a community custodial sentence Referred to us by a (...)
  • Lauren’s Place was born in June 2014 after the tragic and public death of Lauren Johnson, aged 17, from Oswaldtwistle, who took her own life by falling from the highest point of Accrington Arndale Centre.

    Lauren was known to have had mental health issues and was failed by the gap (...)

  • “Lawwood provides accommodation and support for up 11 people with mental ill health. The home is a double fronted mid terraced property situated in a residential area, situated a short distance from Burnley town centre. Accommodation is provided in 11 single rooms all of which have an ensuite facility. Communal (...)

  • Learn My Way is a website of free online courses for beginners, helping you develop digital skills to make the most of the online world.

    Learn My Way is owned by Good Things Foundation – it’s just one of the many things we do to promote digital skills for everyone (...)

  • Life Church is a growing family of people from across East Lancashire. We are passionate about Jesus and the transforming work God is doing in the lives of individuals and communities.

    We are a local church with a long history in Burnley. Both as a faith community and in practical (...)

  • Founded in 2010, we began with a small class in Burnley and now offer more than 12 classes per week across East Lancashire, including our exclusive Lighthouse Aqua Tai

    The gentle art of Tai chi is great for all ages & levels of physical fitness. Tai chi is recommended by (...)

  • We are a voluntary service to the community offering valuable resources including; outreach support, information and advice.

    Some of the issues we can help people with include; healthcare, housing, education, employment, money-management and furniture recycling.

  • Low vision (visual impairment) is when your sight can’t be corrected with glasses or contact lenses, or by any medical or surgical treatment. Low vision is more common in older people. The most common cause is age related macular degeneration (AMD).
  • “Lower Ridge is registered to provide personal care and accommodation for up to 35 older people including people with a dementia. The property is a three storey building set back off a main road and on a bus route to Burnley. Accommodation is offered in single bedrooms and there are (...)

  • Lowerhouse is a happy, caring school where hard work and good behaviour are expected. We encourage children to develop their talents and seek excellence in all that they do. We expect our children and adults to support one another and to celebrate each other’s achievements.

    We offer a safe, caring (...)

  • The M3 Project is a non-for-profit 3rd sector organisation that offers a variety of accommodation services to homeless young people aged 16-25.

    Everyone deserves a safe and stable place to live. Trying to find accommodation can be confusing, but there is help out there and you don’t have to wait (...)

  • The ‘Move More’ project helps people with cancer across East Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen to become more active. Their exercise specialists will help you find effective and safe ways to be active and stay active, no matter where you are on your cancer journey.

    They provide support including:

    One (...)
  • The surgery occupies premises in a Victorian house situated one mile from Burnley town centre. We endeavour to provide a comprehensive service for all members of the family with particular accent on health promotion and screening delivered by all members of our health care team.

  • Marie Stopes UK is a charity that has been helping women and men across the UK to choose if and when they have children for more than 40 years. We’re proud to be one of the UK’s largest providers of abortion services, but what really matters to us is the (...)

  • At Mark Jinkinson Optometrist, we promise you a thorough eye examination and follow up service. With more than 35 years in the profession you can trust Mark to use his wealth of experience to give you the best possilbe eyecare, and he’s the only optometrist working here so you know (...)

  • “McAuley Mount is situated in Burnley and is a two-storey purpose built care home situated in its own grounds. The accommodation includes apartments, single en-suite bedrooms and single rooms without en-suite facilities.

    “There is a sun room, a dining room, a conservatory/lounge and chapel.The grounds are accessible to people using (...)

  • “Meadow Lodge provides accommodation and personal care for up to 14 older people. The home is a large semi detached property located on the outskirts of Padiham. There is one shared and twelve single bedrooms; two have en-suite facilities.

    “The home has two lounges, one with a dining area and (...)

  • This service is available to people with new or very recent minor eye problems to get the help that they need quickly and easily closer to home. Under this scheme, any patient can self-present with a minor eye condition to an optometrist who provides this service.
  • As many pupils come to Moorland View School missing several years of education we see it as important to focus specifically on raising Literacy and Numeracy attainment and provide indidualised programmes of study to facilitate this.

    Our classes operate on a small group basis as this builds up self-esteem and (...)

  • Mount Zion Church Cliviger are an independent Methodist / Baptist church, an all inclusive church with a family focus where all are welcome.  Mount Zion is a group of ordinary people who believe the Bible to be the inspired word of God and have found Jesus Christ to be their saviour (...)

  • Exercise helps all lung conditions. Whenever we start to exercise , even if its a gentle walk , the little hairs which line our lungs start to get more active as well, so they are able to help clean out the lungs faster. Any kind of exercise is useful.
  • MSV Homecare and Repair (formerly St Vincent’s Homecare and Repair) operates in Rossendale, Pendle and Burnley.  We are a ‘not for profit’ Home Improvement Agency, part of Mosscare St Vincent’s Housing Group (company no. RS007609) supported by Lancashire County Council.

    We offer services to repair or improve the homes (...)

  • My Colourful Memories is a Not for Profit Company who offer fun and creative ways of reminiscing through the relaxing activity of colouring.

    Workshops and resources are especially beneficial for people with a diagnosis of Dementia, Alzheimers and Parkinsons Disease.

    Provide colouring workshops to Day Centres, Dementia Cafes, Community Centres (...)

  • My Lungs My Life is a website made by NHS Scotland.  The homepage has buttons that take you to asthma, COPD or “My Child has Asthma” Please take a look around their site.
  • The myCOPD website includes a range of videos and guides that can help you to live well with COPD. Inhaler Technique, relaxation for breathlessness, pollen forecasts and sputum clearance exercises are just a small selection of the areas covered with myCOPD.
  • N.A. is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only ONE requirement for membership, the (...)

  • This social group is for adults at the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum, such as those with Asperger syndrome (AS). Social Groups are supported by volunteers who are recruited and trained by the NAS. Volunteers come from all walks of life.

    Social Groups are membership groups which meet monthly, (...)

  • We are an open and friendly community meeting for worship each Sunday (at 10.30 a.m.), and holding events through the year. We welcome people of all faiths and none. We offer opportunities for spiritual growth and support for those in need.

  • Neighbourhood Watch (in some areas known as Home Watch), is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention schemes in the UK.

    Our mission is to improve community life by listening to and supporting our grassroots members, co-ordinating national activities on their behalf, supporting regional co-ordination and representing the (...)

  • Nest Lancashire has been set up to support young people aged 10 to 18 who have been affected by crime or subjected to bullying, threats or harassment. You can talk to us in confidence and all of our services are free of charge. Our aim is to help you recover (...)

  • NHS Choices was launched in 2007 and is the official website of the National Health Service in England. With over 48 million visits per month, we have become the UK’s biggest health website accounting for a quarter of all health-related web traffic. We strive to be a world-leading, multi-channel service (...)

  • Your North West Air Ambulance Charity takes advanced healthcare to scene; reaching, treating and transferring patients to definitive care as quickly as possible and working collaboratively with our partners to ensure they are transferred to the best treatment centre thus improving chances of survival and reducing the risk of long (...)

  • North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust provides 24 hour, 365 days a year accident and emergency services to those in need of emergency medical treatment and transport.

    Our highly skilled staff provide life-saving care to patients in the community and take people to hospital or a place (...)

  • Brief Description The aim of this service is to support appropriately signposted patients to meet their nutrition needs from food and drinks. This team gives advice on how this can be achieved through:-

    Regular meals Regular snacks Food fortification Nourishing drinks


    Patients may be given information about other local (...)

  • We’re so proud of Oaklands, and have pulled together as a team to raise standards to the point where nearly all new clients come to us as a result of word-of-mouth recommendation. In January 2012 we received the Gold Standards Framework (GSF) in Care Homes Quality Hallmark Award, placing us (...)

  • “Oakmount House is a care home registered to provide accommodation and personal care for up to nine people. The home supports people with mental ill health. It is an older type property situated on a main road on the outskirts of Burnley town centre. It is therefore close to the (...)

  • Offshoots Permaculture Project is a 1 acre community garden project and is based in the old walled kitchen garden of Towneley Park, Burnley, Lancashire.

    The Project was set up in 1997 and as a result of a lot of hard work from staff and dedicated volunteers over the years, Offshoots (...)

  • Our older people services operates using quality services which are provided in a safe way for all residents, and staff are treated equally and fairly. We hold the ‘Investors in People’ award in recognition of our commitment to the training and development of all staff.

    Our approach is person centred (...)

  • Open Door Furniture Recycling is your community based furniture scheme which has been set up on a not for profit basis to provide:

    • Basic furniture, household goods and domestic appliances for disadvantaged people living within Burnley and Pendle who are excluded from buying these items through traditional outlets • (...)

  • Out & Proud in East Lancashire is a voluntary social and peer support group for those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans (LGBT).

  • Oxford Road Medical Centre is a purpose built medical centre providing easy access for both able bodied and disabled patients. We aim to provide a high standard of medical care in a friendly and professional manner.

    We have produced this website to provide you with information about the way the (...)

  • At Padiham Green CofE Primary School, our vision is to create a school where every child achieves his/her potential through a focus on a Padiham Green Mindset with high quality teaching and learning. Ensuring all children make good or increasingly better progress in Reading, Writing and Maths will be one (...)

  • Padiham Medical Centre, provides primary care for Padiham and surrounding areas.
  • At Padiham Primary School we are totally committed to continually improving teaching and learning, there are high expectations for all groups of pupils and our motto is, ‘Success through Effort’ and we feel this promotes resilience and perseverance in our children who try their best and grow into independent learners (...)

  • From teething toddlers to denture wearers, our practice caters for all.

    Along with the full range of NHS dental services, you’ll find a great selection of cosmetic treatments, including tooth whitening and dentures.

  • This Methodist Church is set in the suburbs of Burnley towards Padiham. It has a great deal of activity including Uniformed Organisations and a vibrant Sunday School. It has strong links with Wellfield Primary School.

  • From when the doors open at 8am to the end of the wide variety of after-school club activities, the rooms of St Leonards hum with the excitement and enthusiasm of children seeking to develop their skills and expand their knowledge of the world.

  • PWE Healthcare is an exciting new organisation providing high quality mainstream and enhanced NHS primary care services for you and your family.

  • “Palace House Care Home provides accommodation with nursing and personal care for up to thirty three people. It is situated on the main road between Burnley and Padiham near to shops, public transport and local amenities.” (NHS Choices)

    Palace House Care Home is run by Farrington Care Homes Ltd who (...)

  • PAPYRUS prevention of young suicide are a national UK charity working to prevent suicide in young people.

    The PAPYRUS national confidential help line – HOPElineUK 0800 068 4141 – gives support and practical advice to young people worried about themselves and to anyone else concerned that a young person they (...)

  • The Parkinsons Disease Society offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us – and meet other people affected by Parkinson’s in your area each last Wednesday of the month at 7pm.

    We’re the Parkinson’s (...)

  • Parkside Methodist Church is a friendly church set near the centre of Burnley, but with its own identity. The congregation although small in number have a heart for the community and the wider implication of what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ throughout the world.

    There are a (...)

  • We are a busy town centre practice in Burnley serving a population of over 9900 patients. The doctors and staff work mainly out of our purpose-built surgery (Parkside) which opened in 2003 in a wing of the old Prestige factory on Colne Road.

    We also have a branch surgery (Foxcroft) (...)

  • The North West Ambulance Service undertakes approximately 1.2 million non-emergency journeys every year.  We provide Patient Transport Services in Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cumbria and we have four Contact and Control centres in Preston, Carlisle, Oldham and Chester.

    We employ approximately 800 staff, 150 call takers, controllers and planners, (...)

  • Pennine Community Credit Union has three branches that are conveniently located in town centre premises in Nelson, Colne and Burnley.

    If you would like to discuss opening a savings account, or affordable borrowing with one of our highly trained members of staff in a private and confidential environment then you are (...)

  • PCT Healthcare is the parent company of our two pharmacy retail chains “Peak Pharmacy” and “Tims and Parker”.

    Peak Pharmacy was founded thirty years ago and is based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Tims and Parker was founded more recently in Salford, Manchester, but had previously existed as two separate groups, one (...)

  • Pendle Community Hospital in Nelson provides in-patient intermediate care and medical beds.  The hospital comprises of three wards each accommodating up to 24 patients.
  • We are a Model railway club based in Brierfield, Lancashire.

    Formed in 1964, we have just celebrated 50 years of railway modelling here in Pendle, Lancashire.

    We are a small enthusiastic club with at least 6 layouts which we have available to take to shows both in the UK and (...)

  • The Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership is led by the Forest of Bowland AONB, but will involve working with other local partners.

    The partnership aims to: restore, enhance and conserve the heritage and landscape of Pendle Hill; Reconnect people with their past and their landscape; bring the two sides of the (...)

  • Pendleside exists to promote and enhance quality of life for people with life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers; by delivering specialist and holistic palliative care, which addresses their individually assessed physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.

    Our care is planned and continually monitored  to ensure appropriateness as needs may change. Effective communication with our service users, their (...)

  • Pennine Community Credit Union is an ethical, not for profit financial co–operative serving the local community with saving and loan facilities.

    As a co-operative everyone who opens an account with PCCU becomes a member and shareholder. As a shareholder you become a part owner of PCCU.  PCCU helps people’s finances be (...)

  • Pennine Lancashire Community Farm is small registered charity working across the boroughs of Burnley, Pendle, Rossendale and Ribble Valley in the area of Pennine Lancashire. Our work takes place in a variety of outdoor settings which include: community gardens, woodlands, working farms and public parks.

    As a charity we have (...)

  • Pennine Prospects is a unique rural regeneration company created in 2005 as a champion for the South Pennines, the dramatic upland landscape that stands prominently above the urban centres of Greater Manchester, the Lancashire valleys and West Yorkshire. It is an award-winning partnership organisation that has attracted over £5million of (...)

  • Clive Grunshaw is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.

    “As your Police and Crime Commissioner it is my job to ensure that the policing needs of Lancashire communities are met as effectively as possible. I aim to bring communities closer to the police, build confidence in the system and restore (...)

  • We are a local registered charity working across Pendle, Burnley and Rossendale on a number of projects which support people to build emotional resilience, improve their emotional health and wellbeing, make positive choices, and improve their education and employment chances and move on to live independent lives.

    We provide supported (...)

  • The Pyramid Self Help Group project is Lancashire’s leading mental health and well being Group. working hard towards “Charity Status” we are dedicated to supporting people with a mental health condition and people who wish to improve, manage and maintain their own mental well being, and support for their families (...)

  • The Ravat & Ray Dental Care Clinical team comprises of highly qualified and experienced dentists, dental therapists and dental nurses, ensuring that all of our patients are looked after and provided with the best possible dental care in practices that are fitted with the latest modern state-of-the-art dental equipment.

  • Our school vision of educational excellence is based upon our unshakeable belief that every child is special and unique and has the capacity within themselves to flourish and succeed.

    We feel honoured and privileged with the responsibility for nurturing, inspiring and supporting every special individual child at our school to (...)

  • As well as being Award-Winning Recyclers, we act as a safety net for vulnerable and marginalised people. We offer accommodation, education, training and work experience to homeless and long-term unemployed individuals, with the aim of helping them back into full-time work and finding them a place to call home.

  • Red Rose Recovery provide community based opportunities for ex-offenders and people in recovery across Lancashire.

    Our provision recognises and builds on beneficiaries, gifts and skills, creating a positive environment for individuals, often viewed negatively, to move forward.

    We can help people take up activities that contribute to their further development (...)

  • RELATE offers advice, relationship counselling, sex therapy, workshops, mediation, consultations and support face-to-face, by phone and through their website.

    this area is covered by the Blackburn Centre.  All enquiries, for all centres, go through the number (01772) 717597.

    The opening hours for appointments and enquiries are:

    Mon to Fri 10.00 to (...)
  • The Ribble Rivers Trust was formed back in 1997 in an attempt to restore the Ribble and the surrounding flora and wildlife to its former glory.

    Over the years, industrial and agricultural pollution as well as water abstraction and inadequate sewage treatment have caused severe habitat damage to the Ribble (...)

  • Our school provision meets the needs of learners with generic learning difficulties from 11-19. It is a privilege to be the Head teacher, leading an enthusiastic and committed team of staff preparing our pupils for their future lives.

    The staff are passionate about providing pupils with meaningful learning experiences which (...)

  • Riverside Family Practice aims to provide a professional and efficient service to patients. This is achieved by:

    Offering the best standard of service through well-trained staff Providing a range of services Meeting patients’ health needs

    Riverside Family Practice aims to provide the best quality of healthcare to Patients at all (...)

  • In our school we aim to develop the child through constructive comments and positive responses so that they can achieve their full potential. Where possible, we promote self-evaluation and set realistic targets involving each child in the learning process.

  • We are here to promote excellent clinical care, improve health outcomes and listen to our patients; provided by a well-trained, knowledgeable and helpful team whom support and respect one another.

  • The surgery is located on the 2nd floor of the St Peter’s health and leisure complex in Burnley town centre.

    We endeavour to provide a comprehensive service for all members of the family with particular accent on health promotion and screening delivered by all members of our health care team.

  • The Rosemere Cancer Foundation supports world class cancer treatment throughout Lancashire and South Cumbria.

    Rosemere aim to work in partnership with local clinical staff to achieve the best possible care for cancer patients in Lancashire and South Cumbria wherever they are treated.

    They seek to do this by; Funding cutting edge equipment (...)

  • Here at Rosewood everyone works together as a team to ensure we have a strong learning ethos. In fact, we like to think of our school as an integral part of the community where everyone involved with the school has an important part to play in supporting and encouraging each (...)

  • 198 Rossendale Road is a residential home dedicated to improving the quality of life and skills for individuals with an acquired brain injury. We specialise in supporting individuals’ cognitive, physical and emotional skills and self-esteem post injury.

    An experienced support team is supported by specialist therapeutic provision where required.  Therapeutic (...)

  • Rossendale Special Ski Club (Rosski) is open to any young person in East Lancashire and neighbouring counties with a Learning Disability who either wants to learn to ski or who can ski.  We are based at the dry ski slope at Ski Rossendale. We are a very friendly welcoming club (...)

  • Burnley Council owns and manages six Green Flag parks in the borough, offering a wide range of recreation from beautifully landscaped gardens and boating lakes, bowling greens to skate parks and playgrounds.

    The parks provide visitors and residents with lots to see and do including various collections and exhibitions, playgrounds, (...)

  • The Royal Air Forces Association is the charity that supports the RAF family, looking after the welfare of serving and former-serving personnel and their dependants, and helping them in times of need.

    We exist to ensure that the sacrifices made by those who serve their country in the Royal Air (...)

  • The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital provides a full range of hospital services to adults and children. This includes general and specialist medical and surgical services along with a full range of diagnostic and support services.
  • The Royal British Legion is the UK’s leading Armed Forces charity and one of its largest membership organisations. Members get together through the network of branches and clubs all over the country and overseas to participate in social, fundraising and welfare activities.

    We provide financial, social and emotional care and (...)

  • Our staff and volunteers at the Burnley RSPCA charity shop are celebrating 10 successful years of trading in the Town Centre.

    The shop sells a huge range of good quality ladies, mens and childrens clothes, housewares, bric – a – brac and home entertainment items. The shop is an integral (...)

  • RSPCA Lancashire East Branch has an Animal Centre located at Altham, near Accrington. We rehome Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Ferrets and some small animals.  The Animal Centre has a capacity to hold 42 dogs, 46 cats, 20 rabbits and 12 ferrets. Due to the large number of animals that need to be (...)

  • SafeNet protects victims and survivors of domestic abuse through the provision of safe refuge and support services
  • Working together to make Lancashire a better place for this and future generations; by targeting vulnerability, increasing resilience and reducing crime.

    The Community Safety Agreement sets out how we will work together to address the community safety priorities for Lancashire. It is owned by the Lancashire Chief Executives Group, as (...)

  • Talk to the Samaritans any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.

    Find out why our service works and what you can expect when contacting us.

    Samaritans are carefully trained to (...)

  • This service is available to people with a minor ailment, where it is not necessary to wait for a GP appointment, enabling them to be helped quickly and easily close to home. Any patient can self-present to a Pharmacist providing the Pharmacy First service in East Lancashire – See local details.
  • Selnet – Social Enterprise Lancashire Network is the lead body in Lancashire for social enterprise and through its membership is able to bring together a wide range of businesses working for the social good to network, form consortia and inter-trade.

    We support hub meetings across Lancashire and engage with social (...)

  • Shared Lives is a service that matches adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, older people and/or mental health needs with carers and their families, to live within their home.

    Shared Lives means people who need support can choose to become part of a real family, instead of staying in a (...)

  • Shelter’s Lancashire service in Blackburn offers comprehensive free specialist housing advice and guidance. If you’re homeless, facing homelessness or simply need guidance on a housing issue, we can help.

    Trained Shelter advisers offer face-to-face advice on a wide range of housing topics, including repossession, eviction, repairs and responsibilities, disputes with (...)

  • Shuttleworth College aims to ensure that all students experience an enjoyable and well-rounded education that will prepare for them for further study and future success.

  • Sightline provide telephone-based befriending and helpline support for people affected by sight loss. Regular phone-based befriending can be arranged at a convenient time, and our helpline operates every evening. Our services are all staffed by trained volunteers, who have close experience of sight loss.

    Sightline is an innovative service focused on (...)

  • We are a successful, oversubscribed 11-16 college with a committed staff team determined to provide the very best lessons and extra-curricular activities for all of our students.

    In August 2015, 48% of our pupils achieved 5A*-C including English and Maths at GCSE and this year group had done particularly well (...)

  • Skiggle is currently a self-funded, non-profit on-line community that was launched in August 2016 by Christine: a mother whose young son, with Cerebral Palsy is the inspiration behind the idea. We are based in Preston, Lancashire and are currently in the process of applying to become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

  • Snowdrop Doula is a Community Interest Company which enables me to provide more services to families in East Lancashire. We now have funding to provide free Doula services to families within East Lancashire. This service can include one to one antenatal classes/support,birth support and/or postnatal support. This is entirely flexible. (...)

  • Participation Works provide a free youth service through their mobile youth project – Space Youth Bus.

    The service operates 4 nights a week; Wednesday & Thursday 5.30pm-9.30pm and Friday/Saturday 6-10pm

    Free access – 6 PCs, Apple Mac, iPad, games, Xboxes, PS4, sports & lots more, we can support young people with (...)

  • Developed to help people through a difficult time of genuine need, the Spacious Place Engage Food Bank has home delivered food to thousands of local people since the service began.

    We would all like to live without the need for a food bank. That is why our focus is to support (...)

  • Smile is a not-for-profit organisation which provides a mediation service, helping people to resolve conflicts and disputes within their communities, at home or in the workplace.

  • At Specsavers, we aim to bring you the highest standards of service and expertise. All our stores are locally owned by professional opticians whose priority is to offer the best in eye care.

  • Spice develop Time Credit systems that value everyone’s time, no matter who they are.

    Time Credits open up new opportunities to try new things, learn, be healthier and have fun. Spice work with communities of all kinds, across many sectors.  Spice are passionate about the power within communities, and think (...)

  • Spring Cottages Care are a family run care home who also provide support and care in your own home ensuring that our client’s can access our service at a level appropriate to them to maximise their independence in their later years.

    We are a family owned (...)

  • Springfield School was created in 2002 from an amalgamation of two old respected Burnley Schools, Todmorden Road and Burnley Wood.

    Academically children at Springfield School make good progress.

    Nurturing and supporting all the children is a priority to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to fulfil their potential.

  • At St. Augustine’s we recognise that education is about more than academics and that good education helps children to grow in faith and morality.

    St Augustine’s is a thriving Catholic school. It is a place of welcome and service for all, and once through the school gates, it takes no (...)

  • St James’ Lanehead CofE Primary School is a Church school with a big heart and a passion for its community. At St. James’ Lanehead we all pride ourselves on acting with dignity and integrity.

    We know every child personally and value them all as individuals. We believe that every child (...)

  • At St John’s we aspire to help every child reach their full potential as a child of God. This takes place in our school where there is an abundance of love and warmth. We follow the teachings of Jesus and as we grow in spirit, every day is full of (...)

  • St. John The Baptist is a thriving Catholic School. We are a Voluntary Aided school within the Salford Diocese and are situated in Padiham.

    We have a very special school which is built on the principles of Catholic life. We are very proud of the behaviour, achievements and talents of (...)

  • We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on.

  • We are an independent, co-educational Roman Catholic Pre- School and Primary School, founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1913, for children aged 3-11 years.

    We have been at our present site since 1954. We have a strong Catholic Ethos and warmly welcome children of all faiths.

  • St.Mary Magdalene’s is a thriving Catholic primary school situated on a large, landscaped site. Staff, children, parents, governors and parish work together to provide a safe and caring environment, where every child is valued and encouraged to meet their full potential.

    A very experienced teaching staff provide high standards of (...)

  • Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School is a place where the Spirit of Christ lives. It is a caring, inclusive school where all children are welcomed and nurtured in a union of support between school, home and parish. Our faith permeates a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum which enables each (...)

  • St Nicholas Group Practice strive to offer a high standard of care to all of our patients with professionalism and empathy.

    Please help us to improve our services by providing feedback to us, or by getting involved through our patient reference group.

  • We are a small, friendly primary school located closely to Burnley town centre.

    We have strong links with St Peter’s Church. Our success is strongly linked to our size as this allows a “family atmosphere” to infiltrate all aspects of school life.

    We strive to sustain positive relationships with children, (...)

  • St Peter’s is an iconic leisure and health centre right in the heart of Burnley town centre.

    Facilities include:

    25 metre swimming pool and training pool with moveable floor Gym with Synrgy 360 equipment and free weights Two glass-back squash courts Two group exercise studios Two sports halls for badminton, (...)

  • Welcome to St. Stephen’s. We are a thriving school where every child is valued. We have strong links with St. Stephen’s Church and links within the community.

  • St. Catherine’s CE Church Burnley is a Forward in Faith Parish of the Society of Saint Wilfred and Saint Hilda under the Episcopal Care of the Bishop of Burnley, the Rt Rev’d Philip North, CMP. The Parish Priest, Father Roger Parker, is a Priest of the Society.

    The Church (...)

  • St. Catherine’s Community Centre provides a facility for the Parish of Saint Catherine’s social outreach and for Parish and Community Groups to meet. 

    The Community Centre is available for hire and can accommodate parties, community events or anyone wishing to run their own group out of our modern and spacious building. Please (...)

  • Stanbury Cottage Meals on Wheels service delivers freshly prepared hot meals, direct to your door, 365 days per year including Christmas, New Year and Easter.

    Our team have been serving the local community for over 20 years. We cover most towns and villages in East Lancashire including Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Barnoldswick, (...)

  • The Step Out Project specialises in empowering Young people who are facing challenges in their lives, to break down barriers.

    The programme enables them to build up life skills and key skills that College and Employers are looking for whilst increasing self esteem, confidence and motivation by giving them the (...)

  • STEP is a new service which has been set up to support people who regularly attend the Emergency Department due to the complex nature of the issues they face. Our video gives you the chance to learn more and meet a few of the staff on the team.

    The Emergency (...)

  • Stephen Bye Opticians is a well-established family run independent practice serving the local community since 1925. We pride ourselves on clinical excellence, providing high quality eyewear at very competitive prices and professional and independent Advice. Full ranges of services are offered, these being carried out in a professional and conscientious (...)

  • Stoneyholme Community Primary School is a busy, vibrant school on the outskirts of Burnley. The staff and governors are committed to providing the very best education and provision for all of our children through our inclusive and nurturing approach.

  • The Young People’s Service works with young people aged 12-19 across Lancashire. As well as providing our own programme of activities, we also work with other organisations to provide diverse and interesting things for young people to do.

    Young people can access our services across Lancashire in various locations which includes a (...)

  • Our service is free and we can support any smoker of any age, over 12 years old.

    Call Freephone 0800 328 6297 to speak to your local service, and we will help you make that first step.

    You will be given information about all the stop smoking product

  • Street Soccer Academy is a professional service provider that specialises in the rehabilitation and reintegration of people with complex and multiple needs.

    We work on behalf of some of the nation’s hardest to reach groups within our communities including, people with homeless related issues, ex-offenders, those recovering from addictions, mental (...)

  • Talk English helps people to improve their English and get involved in the wider community.

    We provide many different opportunities that support people to learn English, access services and get more involved in the community in parts of Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Yorkshire, the Midlands, Greater London and Cambridgeshire.

    People can (...)

  • Brief Description

    The service provides evidence based treatments for people aged 16+ with mild to moderate anxiety and depression (implementing NICE Guidelines).  The service is also available to help  patients manage the psychological and emotional impact of  long term health conditions e.g. COPD, diabetes.  Treatments may be delivered as part (...)

  • The service is open from 2pm to 10pm, every day of the year. Young people are welcome to ring on 0800 511111, text on 07786 511111, email talkzone@lancashire.gov.uk or visit www.facebook.com/LancashireYZ to talk about any issue that concerns them.

  • T.E.A.M R.I.S.E is a Community Interest Company supports anyone residing in East Lancashire who has a learning disability, is vulnerable or socially isolated.

    This great project has had a great impact on a wide number of people and has supported people with learning disabilities in all areas of their lives, with (...)

  • At Tesco Opticians we care about your eyesight. You only get one pair of eyes, and we’ve made it our mission to make looking after them easy and affordable for everyone.

    With free eye tests, some of the cheapest contact lenses in the UK and prescription glasses from just £15, (...)

  • One stark statistic is at the heart of The Business Clinic’s mission to help businesses across Lancashire succeed and enjoy healthier profits. In an economic climate where the failure rate for start-up businesses is more than 80% in their first five years something isn’t working when it comes to business (...)

  • The Growth Company (formerly The Work Company) is helping to make a difference to the lives of people who are struggling to find work and stay in regular employment.

    Working across a range of areas we help people get back on their feet, whether they’ve been unemployed for (...)

  • Essential support for under 25s

    The Mix is the UK’s leading support service for young people. We are here to help you take on any challenge you’re facing – from mental health to money, from homelessness to finding a job, from break-ups to drugs. Talk to us via online, social (...)

  • Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale group provides support and information to anyone affected by MS in the area and can help by:

    Acting as a contact point to provide support and confidential advice Hosting social events and meetings Organising events to raise awareness of MS Providing funding for therapies,equipment and adaptations (...)
  • We aim to design and develop innovative projects to meet the needs of young people and communities and provide opportunities for them to participate in positive activities, enabling them to develop essential skills for life. Empowering them to make informed choices which transform their lives, strengthening their capacity, building skills (...)

  • The Personal Support Unit (PSU) is a national charity, with an office based at Preston Combined Court.

    Volunteers provide free emotional and practical support in civil and family cases; issues such as access to children, divorce, debt, eviction and money claims. We can help at all stages of the court (...)

  • The Rose School is a small caring community based school where all students and staff know each other and support and help each other to achieve their individual goals. We are very much a student first school; The new school day responds to our students learning needs and the House (...)

  • Karate Classes for juniors have now arrived to The BEST Centre. Bringing KWF & BKI BUDO SHOTOKAN to the North West, SpringsBest Karate Club will provide the basics to learn the skills and technique required to develop yourself within Karate:

    Confidence Character Effort Etiquette Self Control

    Classes are conducted by Sensei (...)

  • Our highly qualified, professional dental team offer each of our patients a comprehensive, caring dental experience within a relaxed and friendly environment.

  • Thomas Whitham Sixth Form is a community focused school. Situated on the very successful Burnley Campus in Reedley, we serve the young people of Burnley and Pendle and have consistently provided a high calibre education since our opening in 2008.

    Our 2016 results show that we perform in line with (...)

  • Local voluntary group, totally run by volunteers, with no chore funding, representing local people. Recently upgraded we are now able to offer two computer suites of 14 and 12 computers. Providing free printing and telephone for job seeking and welfare rights.

    We also offer a comprehensive Welfare Rights service, supporting (...)

  • We are Time to Change, the growing social movement changing how we all think and act about mental health. Still too many people are made to feel ashamed or isolated because they have a mental health problem but we’re here to change that.

  • Towneley Hall historic house, art gallery and museum located in 400 acres of beautiful parkland provides all the ingredients for a fun, educational and adventurous day out.
  • “Towneley House is registered to provide personal care for up to 22 older people experiencing a dementia. The home is situated in a residential area in Burnley near Towneley Park. Accommodation is currently provided in 13 single bedrooms and three shared bedrooms, 13 of the bedrooms have an ensuite (...)

  • Trees for Burnley, a volunteer group working for nearly 20 years to plant and look after trees and woodlands in the borough.

    We have helped Forest of Burnley plant more than one million trees, doubling Burnley’s woodland area since 1997.

    Trees for Burnley run a monthly Sunday volunteer group at (...)

  • Here at UCLan Burnley we provide a unique learning experience, offering first class teaching, first class support and first class facilities on a wide range of programmes.

    This enables the majority of our students to achieve consistently high results and progress to further study or employment within 6 months after (...)

  • Understanding Autism North West is a registered charity providing a specialised therapeutic service for individuals and families affected by Asperger’s syndrome and high functioning autism (AS/HFA).

    The therapists at Understanding Autism North West have both professional and personal experience of living with the differences presented by autism spectrum conditions. We (...)

  • We are committed to making education an enjoyable, rewarding and stimulating experience where all students develop a passion to be “the best that they can be”.

    At our college, traditional values meet with modern, innovative approaches to learning. We moved into our fantastic building in 2010 and our facilities for (...)

  • U3A is short for “University of the Third Age” but it’s not an academic institution with entrance qualifications, examinations and certificates. It is a “self-help” organisation of like-minded people coming together to share knowledge, ideas and experience.

    U3A is a worldwide organisation and we have links with regional and national (...)

  • We are here to let you know about all the great activities that are going on in your area with our “Activity Search” section and to also allow you to register to become a part of the Up & Active network of activities and to be able to attend, track (...)

  • The Up and Active team supports local people to lead a heathier lifestyle through supporting individuals become more active and loose weight.
  • Valley Street Community Centre is a Community Centre serving the South West Burnley community.

  • Veterans In Communities (VIC) is an ex-services charity based in Haslingden that covers East Lancashire and parts of Greater Manchester. VIC was established in September 2012 and granted charity status early 2013. We support serving, ex-service personnel, their families and members of the emergency services who have experienced difficulties with (...)

  • Victim Support is the independent charity for victims of crime in England & Wales. Last year Victim Support offered more than 1 million victims of crime support.

    We give emotional and practical help to people who have been affected by crime in Lancashire. We’re an independent charity and you can (...)

  • Victoria Care Home is a warm and welcoming place that the residents and staff call home. The staff are trained to a high standard and are dedicated, ensuring that each person has a fulfilled and active life.

    Residents at the Victoria Care Home can personalise their rooms, bring their own (...)

  • The Welfare Rights Service provides free and confidential advice to make sure that you are claiming all of the benefits you are entitled to.

    We can help you:

    Get all the benefits you are entitled to Understand how your benefits are affected if your circumstances change Appeal if you disagree (...)
  • Wellfield is a popular and successful church school set in spacious grounds.

    All that we do is guided by the beliefs set out in our Mission Statement and our six core Gospel Values. We also strive to provide an atmosphere in which children feel secure and valued, with each child (...)

  • The Western Front Association (East Lancs Branch) welcome anyone with an interest in the Great War, whether they are WFA members or not. You are guaranteed a warm reception.

    The Western Front Association was formed in 1980 to maintain interest in the First World War (1914-1918). The ‘WFA’ works to (...)

  • Whitehough Outdoor Centre is a 22-acre facility nestled in the enchanting Pendle countryside.

    Sleeping up to 90 on-site we can accommodate both large and small groups. The site also includes two classrooms, a large dining room, an extensive camping field and an 80-seater conference suite.

  • At Whittlefield School we strive to provide the best possible education for the children in our care recognising their unique gifts and personalities and seeking to promote excellence in both behaviour and learning.

    Learning is the principle reason for Whittlefield Primary School’s existence; it is at the heart of everything (...)

  • “Willow Bank provides accommodation for up to fifty-three people who need personal or nursing care who suffer from a dementia or mental ill health. The home is set in a quiet residential area approximately a mile from Burnley town centre with shops, a post office, public houses and a bus (...)

  • Woodside is owned by Lancashire County Council and managed by Care Services. It is registered to provide care for 43 older people with varying needs for care and support, including specialist dementia care.

    We are situated in a quiet area of Padiham. There are local shops including grocers, newsagents and hairdressers close by. The local church St John’s (...)

  • Wordsworth House Care Centre, in Burnley, is a forty capacity facility offering extensive care expertise for many mental health related care requirements.

    Carers are accustomed to dealing with challenging behaviours and in achieving a relaxing setting that is suitable for the lives of people with learning disabilities and dementia.  The centre (...)

  • WEA are the UKs largest voluntary sector provider of adult education in England and Scotland.

    Founded in 1903, the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is a charity dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional education into the heart of communities. With the support of nearly 3,000 volunteers, 2,000 tutors and over 10,000 members, we deliver friendly, accessible (...)

  • We are very proud of our school for so many reasons. We are proud of the children’s achievements, of their positive attitudes towards learning and behaviour, the manner in which they look after each other and the way they come into school each day smiling.

    We are proud of our (...)

  • Yorkshire Street Medical Centre operates from a 3 storey Edwardian building in the busy town of Burnley, Lancashire. There has been a surgery on this site since the 1920’s. The Practice has recently undergone substantial improvements as it extended the capacity of the accommodation by the purchase of the adjacent (...)

  • We work with local charities across Lancashire to identify girls that truly deserve to attend their Prom but may not be able too due to circumstances out of their control.

    Many of the girls are terminally ill or young carers who look after their sick and disabled parents or siblings; (...)

  • Young Addaction are the countywide commissioned young people’s substance misuse service for under 25’s.  Young Addaction Lancashire – East offer information advice, guidance or treatment for any substance; illicit, prescribed or legal and alcohol. We cover Burnley, Pendle, Ribble Valley, Rossendale and Hyndburn.

    Our work is mainly conducted in one (...)

  • Young Carers at BPRCVS is delivered for, with and all about Young Carers. They have a tough job and they need and deserve everybody’s help and support!

    Young Carers Contact was established in 2000 as a project within Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale Council for Voluntary Services. Initially funded by Lancashire Council, the (...)

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