Tag Archives: Community Support & Centres

David Owen Associates Ltd

Contact: David Owen

Tel: 01524 844249 / 07836 781760

 

Email: info@david-owen-associates.co.uk

Web: www.david-owen-associates.co.uk

   

 

About Us

David Owen Associates Limited is a management consultancy company who support clients in finding strategic and management solutions for culture, education, well-being and regeneration.

The company is founded on extensive practical experience, academic excellence and brings together associates and specialist partners.

David Owen Associates have worked with numerous local, regional, national and international clients – combining academic expertise with a wealth of successful experience in the private, public and 3rd sectors.

 


 

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The Sewing Rooms


Contact: 
Paula Gamester

Tel: 01695 550 772

 

Web: www.the-sewing-rooms.co.uk

    

 

About Us

The Sewing Rooms social enterprise is a business that trades to tackle social problems. Our goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of the communities we work with, as well as improve peoples’ life chances. We do this through bespoke training workshops and a manufacturing department that makes soft furnishings, accessories and bespoke upholstery for private and corporate clients.

 


 

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Community Futures

Tel: 01772 717461 

 

Email: admin@communityfutures.org.uk

Web: www.communityfutures.org.uk

   

 

About Us

Community Futures was founded in 1934 in Manchester with the aim of relieving poverty during the depression years. The activity of the organisation has changed over time, but the focus has always been on the provision of services to support, develop and sustain community life.

Working across the whole county, we support, develop and empower local communities in a number of ways; helping to secure grant aid and statutory funding for communities to improve their physical and social environments (anything from refurbishing the community centre to providing defibrillators in local shops), providing the right information to community groups that need to know how to maintain or develop services (How do you write a tender? How do you get money for a good idea?), delivering a broad range of training (see our latest training brochure) to give community groups, voluntary organisations and individuals the confidence to make changes for themselves or the people they help.

Head Office for Community Futures is Brentwood House in Fulwood, Preston, where we provide back office services to members, hold meetings, deliver training and manage resources. Our staff team details are on the website, so feel free to contact whoever you would like to talk to. Whilst we encourage people to come and visit our offices (you will always be offered a guided tour and a cup of tea!), we prefer to take services to our members so we can get a real idea of how they operate and get to meet some of the people they support.

 


 

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Blackburn Youth Zone

Contact: Sarah Johns 

 

Email: Contact Us

Web: www.blackburnyz.org

   

 

About Us

Blackburn Youth Zone is a 21st century youth hub located at the heart of Blackburn, open to young people aged 5 to 19 years old, aiming to change the prospects offered to young people in the area.

Uniquely, this is happening in partnership with young people rather than on their behalf.

As such, the Zone is led with the principle of ‘starting where young people are, going where young people take us’.

 


 

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Power of Music (North West) CIC

Contact: Jacqui Sutton

Tel: 07710 756894

 

Email: powerofmusic64@gmail.com

Web: www.powerofmusicnorthwest.co.uk

     

 

About Us

Power of Music through music therapy, singing and sharing music deliver planned sessions that incorporate peer support and social interaction. Our music sessions are designed to help people and their families living with a long term condition such as dementia. Meeting people and sharing music on a regular basis encourages peer support creating important networking where people come together to share their experiences. The Power of Music CIC already has two Community Choirs called the “Songbirds” in West Lancashire. The project is to develop “Singing For Health” sessions delivered by some of our choir members and our choir facilitator within residential and day care settings for people living with a long term health condition such as dementia, COPD, stroke and mental health. The Power of Music has already worked with the British Lung Foundation, Stroke Association and the Alzheimer’s society.

Our aim is to help and support people who can be isolated and dis-empowered as a result of the advanced stage of their dementia or other long term health conditions. These musical and personal interactions identify and build upon areas still intact in a person suffering the losses associated with the later stages of Alzheimer’s or, other forms of dementia or stroke such as memory, physical capacities, personality changes and accompanying loss of identity. Power of Music can deliver a “Singing for Health” programme designed to support care staff to develop their understanding of how music can benefit and support the emotional needs of people with dementia in the context of a person-centred approach to dementia care.

 


 

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Optimum Links Communications

8 East View Court
Lancaster
LA1 2SP

Contact: Hilton McAllister

Tel: 01524 37492  

 

Email: hiltonopl@gmail.com

Web: www.optimumlinks.com

 

About Us

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.

 


 

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Chapter3 Enterprise CIC

178 Holmfield Road
Blackpool
FY2 9PU

Contact: Dianne Tew

Tel: 07799 711337

 

Email: dianne@chapter3.org.uk

Web: www.chapter3.org.uk

 

About Us

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.

 


 

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Arts 2 Heal

22 Shear Bank Rd
Blackburn
BB1 8AZ

Contact: Banu Adam

Tel: 07792 998963


Email:
banu@arts2heal.org

Web: www.arts2heal.org

       


About Us

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).

 


 

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Global Amigos

Cotton Court Business Centre
Preston
PR1 3BY


Contact:
 Andy Neale

Tel: 01772 921522


Email:
 info@globalamigos.org.uk

Web: www.globalamigos.org.uk

 

ABOUT US

What started as a group of mainly unrelated people wanting to try something different, has evolved into a self-supporting, volunteer-led, Preston-based social enterprise aiming to inspire, engage & support others locally and around the world.

Global Amigos is the umbrella company name for various North West activities that currently receive support from over a dozen dedicated volunteers. We receive no external funding; all monies are generated through commercial activities such as Dirrty Harry’s & from businesses choosing to advertise in Podio Magazine; the most effective way to advertise to Preston commuters, visitors & residents.

Volunteer-led, we all share similar passions & benefit in a host of ways. Want to be part of it? Get in touch to explore the possibilities.

 


 

 

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SLYNCS (Strengthening Links between the Youth and Networks, Communities and Specialists)

Bangor Street Community Centre
Norwich Street
Blackburn
BB1 6NZ


Contact:
 Jaffer Ali Hussain

Tel: 07713 141663


Email:
 info@slyncs.co.uk

Web: www.slyncs.co.uk

 

ABOUT US

 

SLYNCS is a Blackburn based youth empowerment charity working across East Lancashire. Our primary purpose is to support young people to become active citizens by enabling them to develop and deliver community projects and campaigns on issues that matter to them and their local communities. In addition, we enable young people to engage with decision makers from a range of sectors to ensure that the voices of young people are being listened to and championed.

In addition to our weekly work which is ran by developing and delivering youth forums, we manage a number of local, regional and national contracts including the National Citizen Service and receive funding from four different government departments which supports our work.

 


 

 

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