Notes from our Open Meeting …

June 07, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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On Wednesday 5th June we held our monthly Open Meeting at Emmanuel at the Mount Church. Pauline welcomed everyone to the meeting and invited a first speaker …. Karen started by advising of the opportunity for a free smoke alarm safety test from Lancashire Fire & Rescue, particularly for anyone who was bed-ridden or isolated.

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Art is the inspiration for local residents

May 21, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Fleetwood residents have been enjoying a free, weekly art session, discovering new creative talent and seeing the benefit to their wellbeing. The ANON project is led by and for local people as part of Healthier Fleetwood following on from the original course funded by Red Rose Recovery. Recently the group were proud to exhibit their

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Men’s Shed is now a shop too!

May 08, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Fleetwood Men’s Shed officially opened it’s new Adelaide Street shop and drop-in centre on Bank Holiday Monday. At the ceremony were founder and committee member Tony O’Neil and representatives from two of the agencies who have supported the group, Gail Martin of Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust and Mark Spencer of Healthier Fleetwood who cut the

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A summary of our Open Meeting …

May 04, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Local resident and Healthier Fleetwood trustee Pauline Kennedy opened the meeting by welcoming everyone and explaining how we’d change the format a little again this month to encourage conversation. From the chatter in the room before we started, it was working! Pauline told us that Fleetwood had been recognised in the Health Service Journal Value

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Take time to make your mark in the Park

March 25, 2019 - by admin - in Uncategorized

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Wyre Council has commissioned local artist Lisa Wigham to lead a new project for the community to get involved in at Memorial Park in Fleetwood. The project, known as ‘breathing space’ will emphasise the council’s vision for a healthy town and the park’s role as a place of memorial and also a place for relaxation

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