AAWAZ is a voluntary sector organisation and registered charity which was formed by Asian women in 1997.
The name AAWAZ mean “Voice” in Urdu and is the “voice” of Asian women across Lancashire and nationally.
The charity’s work revolves around the principle of self-help, equipping women and families to (...)
“Accrington Stanley Community Trust is a non-profit, self-funding registered charity (Number 1139575) and community organisation that has been working within the Hyndburn community since 2007. After becoming a registered charity and re-forming as a Community Trust in 2010, the organisation has seen an accelerated rise and growth.
“Accrington Stanley Community Trust was (...)
Belthorn is a small moorland village of approximately 220 houses – mainly traditional hand-loom weavers and coal miners’ cottages – situated along the boundary between Hyndburn and Blackburn with Darwen boroughs. It is considered to be one of the highest village in Lancashire which allows superb views to the coast (...)
Calico Enterprise works with a host of organisations to deliver a range of services across the North West that: provide housing-related support; tackle worklessness; and give information and advice. Such services include: Calico Interiors; Constructing the Future; Calico Careers; and Floating Support contracts.
The Clayton le Moors & Altham Neighbourhood Centre is here to provide early help on a whole range of issues affecting you and your family. In other words, offering you the right help, in the right place, at the right time.
We provide targeted services for children and young people (...)
Community Solutions North West (CSNW) is an innovative social enterprise, specialising in engagement and support.
Through holistic provision of bespoke solutions, we are committed to offering hope and opportunity to local people through social, health, economic and personal development. Our services are Lancashire wide. With a Solutions Focused Asset Based Approach(endorsed by UCLAN Evaluation – June 2014) our services and programmes recognise (...)
The Connecting Our Community Directory website provides community information to local people.
It provides information about organisations and how to access their services. You will also find recent news about them and the events they are arranging. Where organisations have opportunities available you will see this highlighted and linked to on (...)
Elysium Community Centre is dedicated to building upon the strengths of the community and we aim to promote independence, health & wellbeing and address issues surrounding social isolation.
To achieve this we will work with other voluntary, health and care organisations to create an innovative combination of activities for all (...)
The Family Health & Wellbeing Consortium is a membership organisation providing a structure to support partnership and multi-agency working across members to deliver commissioned and grant funded services throughout Lancashire and the North West.
Ultimately the work of the Consortium benefits children, families and adults of all ages in the local (...)
Hippings Vale Community Centre on Harvey Street Oswaldtwistle is under new management and is available for hire for events and meetings. If you are looking at hiring the centre, please ring 01254 398319 for details and to book a viewing.
Please note: there is currently no post box at the (...)
Hyndburn and Ribble Valley CVS was set up in 1998 and is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. They are part of a local and national network of over 200 CVSs.
We are members of the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA), National Council for (...)
Hyndburn Voluntary and Community Resource Centre Offer accomodation solutions to the Third Sector. Previously St James School, the HVCRC is a town centre community centre offering room and office hire for community groups and organisations.
Lancashire Association of Boys & Girls Clubs (LABGC) work through personal contact with over 40 affiliated clubs throughout Lancashire, who have over 20,000 members aged between 8 and 21 years.
Our aim is to assist and support these clubs in providing a safe and exciting place for young people (...)