Further funding for Active Lancashire and their work in Fleetwood

February 17, 2020 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Active Lancashire, the strategic lead for Sport and Physical Activity in Lancashire, has successfully secured an additional £3m from the European Social Fund to continue to deliver their flagship community project, More Positive Together. The injection of additional funding means that the project is supported until December 2021, allowing more time for Lancashire residents living

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A summary of our Open Meeting on 5th February

February 08, 2020 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Pauline opened our first monthly meeting of the year by thanking everyone for venturing out on a chilly February evening and told us about the successful Tea & Talk afternoon in January. Around 70 people attended including visitors from Gateshead and Fife who were keen to hear about the Fleetwood community and take back ideas

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Are you in Year 11 or 12 and ready for the best summer of your life?

January 08, 2020 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Fleetwood Town Community Trust presents an NCS – National Citizen Service programme giving young people the opportunity to take part in a fantastic 3-week experience. Members of the the Trust’s team will be at the Milton Street Family Centre, Fleetwood on Thursday 23rd January to discuss all things NCS, with football, music, food and drink. Local grime

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Volunteer in 2020!

January 06, 2020 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Volunteering is a great way to contribute to the community, gives you a sense of pride in knowing you are making a difference and as you gain experience and skills can help with employment prospects. Lots of opportunities at this time of year …. The award-winning Fleetwood In Bloom is holding an open meeting for

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Advent Calendar Day 23 – Invisible Illness

December 23, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Not all forms of illness and disability are obvious and sometimes it’s easy to make judgements about an individual’s wellbeing without knowing the facts. The Invisible Illness group was set up by Rachel and Sharn because of their personal experience of coping with hidden health conditions and they now offer peer support for others suffering

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