5 Ribble Bank
Contact: Kay Johnson
Tel: 07718 901813
The Larder aims to raise awareness and educate people about a range of food issues from food poverty to food waste, from sustainable catering practices to procurement. We develop and deliver courses, workshops and lectures to groups and individuals and offer a consultancy service to public and private organisations.
We have recently received funding to set up an Educational Food Hub and will be delivering a range of accredited catering qualifications and offering work expreience placements within our catering business and cafe
8 East View Court
Contact: Hilton McAllister
Tel: 01524 37492
Optimum Links Communications is a Community Based Communication services company that markets a Telecoms Affinity programme which supports charities through direct donations and through increasing regular donations from existing donors.
Optimum Links Communications is a Telecom, Mobile, Data and IT Consultancy, Billing and Engineering company that also seeks to help charities directly through decreasing their communications costs. As you know communication costs can best be reduced by a mixture of applying the latest technologies, second-to-none customer service and through the reselling of bulk rate purchased data, mobile and telecoms.
We offer a complimentary Communications Audit, as well as a complimentary Cyber Security review.
21 Wolseley Street
Contact: Dr. Yvonne Battle-Felton
Tel: 07450 238981
North West Literary Arts is a literary arts organization delivering live literature events and developing writers across the North West. Our mission is to increase diversity in publishing. Our aim is to build community one story at a time. Our organization aims to create engaging, diverse, inclusive live literature events, publish literature from under-represented writers, and to provide platforms for emerging artists and writers in the North West. Through strategic partnerships with universities, cultural organizations and community stakeholders, this organization will establish and grow networks and opportunities that provide ethnic minorities, writers over 30, and writers from working-class backgrounds with developmental, live performance, and publishing opportunities that will grow confidence, create new work, aid in professional development, engage communities not currently engaging in art, and empower new voices. Our consumers are funding bodies, organizations, publishers and agencies. We are interested in collaborating, creating, leading, and delivering publishing opportunities.
9 Clarence Street
Contact: Helen Gould
Tel: 07812 571560
LPM Dance Theatre is based in Lancaster. The company has an extensive track record delivering a wide range of projects across the region. Lead artists George Adams and Helen Gould are specialists in inclusive practice, education and training. The company strives to deliver innovative new dance experience for new audiences, raising the profile of the positive impact of dance engagement for all.
178 Holmfield Road
Contact: Dianne Tew
Tel: 07799 711337
A not for profit organisation with a strong commitment to communities and society focused on helping create economic and social value through enterprise. We are a small but perfectly formed community interest company with many years of leadership and enterprise experience and great passion for what we do.
Our experiences, skills and wisdom being built-up through running businesses and working with hundreds of start-ups, in particular micro-businesses and the third sector.
We deliver practical workshops providing guidance and creative solutions that help business, non profits, communities and individuals, get unstuck and move forwards.
22 Shear Bank Rd
Contact: Banu Adam
Tel: 07792 998963
The Charity “Arts 2 Heal” is set up for “The advancement of health” – specifically mental health of vulnerable individuals. Primary aim to provide arts based activities to develop skills of emotional resilience, control, self-acceptance, tolerance, and responsibility. Secondary aim to increase: engagement with culture, social interaction, and contribution to the group / society (employability skills).
Haslingden Old Road
Contact: David Fuller
Tel: 01706 226457
Ski Rossendale’s mission is to create a winter sports centre of excellence whilst promoting community participation in recreation and sport.
Ski Rosendale was formed by snowsports instructors Dave Fuller, Karon Driver and Sue and Steve Foulkes after acquiring the lease from Rossendale council to run and develop Ski Rossendale. We are now developing Ski Rossendale as a facility where all people can come together to have fun, whilst learning to Ski and Board. It has long been an iconic leisure facility in Rossendale and we aim to once again put Ski Rossendale on the map as a ‘must visit’ attraction within the North West of England. Our new beginners and intermediate slope opened in Nov 2016 ans the new main facilities building will be open for the Winter 2017/18 ski season.
Unit 128 Oyston Mill
Contact: Claire Moore
Tel: 01772 731024
A not-for-profit professional touring theatre company – specialising in writing and producing original dynamic live theatre. Often exploring important social issues; domestic abuse, teenage pregnancy, gun crime. Established in 1989 the company tours across the UK taking live theatre to community spaces improving access to the arts and utilising theatre for the education of all.
7 Lineside Close
Contact: Dave Packwood
Tel: 0151 488 1100
As one of the UK’s leading children’s charities, Barnardo’s works directly with 248,000 children, young people, parents and carers every year. We run over 996 vital services across the UK, including counselling for children who have been abused, fostering and adoption services, vocational training and disability inclusion groups.
Every Barnardo’s service is different but each believes in the potential in every child and young person, no matter who they are, what they have done or what they have been through.
Contact: Tracy Higgins
Tel: 07907 728708
We aim to offer high quality, affordable and accessible training for local community in both the creative and the technical aspects of theatre, film and television. In the form of regular weekly, evening and daily classes, workshops and apprenticeships and outreach visits to schools and community organisations.