Month: September 2017

Lancashire County Council

Bus Service Changes October 2017

Lancashire County Council have issued details of the latest bus service changes.

The leaflet below has been produced by Lancashire County Council. It is issued at the beginning of each month to help you keep up-to-date with changes made to bus services in the county:


For further information Check out the online journey planner at (…)

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Advocacy Focus Newsletter September 2017

The latest e-newsletter from Advocacy Focus is now available.

it’s been a busy two months for the organisation! Since their last newsletter, they’ve hired 9 new members of staff, launched a new website, supported over 1,400 individuals and provided 5,479 hours of advocacy!

They are also delighted to announce that (…)

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CSCS Courses with Accrington & Rossendale College

ACCROSS offer a course which, on successful completion, will enable participants to gain the CSCS qualifications and card.

The course, qualifications and card are FREE for anyone who is unemployed, actively seeking work and claiming an eligible benefit, e.g. JSA, ESA (WRAG) or Universal Credit.

Please ring 01254 354423 to (…)

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LCC Update: September 2017

You can now apply for a school place if you have a child starting primary school or moving up to secondary school next year.

Applications for places can be made until Tuesday 31 October 2017 for secondary schools, and Monday 15 January 2018 for primary.

Lancashire County Council advise that you (…)

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Accrington and Rossendale College

ACCROSS Food Group

Due to repeated requests The Food Group will re-open Wednesday 20th of September 9.30am

Every Wednesday morning for the foreseeable future it will operate as before out of the Accrington & Rossendale College’s Warehousing facility (next to Roots Restaurant – Heartwood Centre, Sandy Lane, Accrington.)

The group distributes food which (…)

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Homewise Newsletter Vol 3 Issue 1

The latest newsletter from the Homewise Disability Aids Recycling Centre is out.

Affordable daily living aids save Homewise customers 70% on average compared to buying brand new.  For the latest information and contact details for the organisation, please download their newsletter here:

homewise newsletter 3-1

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