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KRIMMZ Girls Youth Club

To further provisions and resources for young girls, in particular from ethnic minority backgrounds residing in Bolton - through a youth club setting.
Promotion of social welfare and inclusion, providing recreational and leisure time activities

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Children with Additional Needs, Only Women, People with learning disabilities, People with physical disabilities, People experiencing mental health issues, People from minority ethnic communities Alcohol and Substance Misuse, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Domestic Abuse and Violence, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Equality and Diversity, Faith and Faith Communities, Health, Housing and Homelessness, Human Rights, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Play and Children's Activities, Reconciliation, Relieving Poverty, Saving Life, Science and Technology, Sport, Support for People with Learning Disabilities, Support for People with Physical Disabilities, Supporting Public Services, Supporting Victims of Crime, The Arts/Arts and Crafts, Transport, Unemployment/Employment
Lagan's Foundation

Lagan’s Foundation bridges the gap between hospital and home by providing support, respite and home care to families of children and young people aged 0-19 with complex health needs, specialising in heart defects and feeding issues.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Children with Additional Needs, Families (Parents and Children Together), Carers Being Included/Social Inclusion, Health, Support for People with Learning Disabilities, Support for People with Physical Disabilities
Little Bats Learning C.I.C.

We aim to increase community capacity, mental wellbeing, nature connection and holistic development to the community of East Bolton and beyond, through the provision of quality Forest School programmes to those would ordinarily have barriers to accessing them. These can be financial, mental, language and cultural barriers. We work primarily with children and families, in many settings, to ensure access to the benefits of Forest School, and others who work with children and young people.

Unsure, Breightmet & Little Lever, Halliwell & Crompton, Farnworth & Kearsley Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Looked-After Children and Young People, Children with Additional Needs, Parents/Single Parents, Families (Parents and Children Together), Only Men, Only Women, People with learning disabilities, People with physical disabilities, People experiencing mental health issues, Carers, People identifying as LGBTQ+, People from minority ethnic communities, Refugees and asylum seekers, People experiencing Unemployment, People affected by Domestic Abuse and Violence Emotional Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Equality and Diversity, Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Mental Wellbeing, Play and Children's Activities, Relieving Poverty
Live from Worktown

We are a community-based organisation who are working towards CIC status. Founded in 2014 we promote heritage, culture and arts activities that build on and contribute to Bolton’s identity and resilience. We have run Arts and Music Festivals and in 2018/19 created a Bill Naughton Festival celebrating the life and work of Bolton’s most successful author. We work in partnership with many others including Bolton Libraries and Museums Service, University of Bolton, schools and specialist interest groups (eg Bolton Documentary Photography). We are funded from a range of sources including private sponsorship, donations and fund-raising, Bolton’s Community Fund and the National Lottery (HLF and ACE). Before Covid we organised monthly Cultural Cabaret Nights (at Courtyard 36) and Modern Jazz Nights (at the Olympus Restaurant). Since/during Covid we created a number of on-line events and activities including a series of on-line walks, a monthly literary magazine ‘Worktown Words’, and events celebrating World Poetry Day and the launch of Poetry from the Platform (an anthology of work from Boltonians aged from 8 to 80, celebrating the completion of the adaptations to Platform 5 to create community-run meeting and exhibition facilities). We are now (June 2021) working with disability and other groups to get access to Winter Hill as part of the Winter Hill 125 Mass Trespass commemoration in September. We also plan a Writing for Performance Festival in October.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton All Ageing Well, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Equality and Diversity, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Music, The Arts/Arts and Crafts
Lockdown Angels

we are a group of local people who have formed a community interest company to help the people of bolton.

Halliwell & Crompton Young Children (aged 0 -12), , People experiencing mental health issues, Only Women, Only Men, Young people (aged 13-25)
Majic Sport and H&H Family Centre CIC

We are a Polish Community organisation founded as a football club in 2015 for children and youths but has since grown to support the Community in a much wider way.
Adults therapy:
• Consultations and psychological advice
• Psychotherapy for victims of sexual abuse
• Group therapy
• Couple and family therapy
Individual psychotherapy:
• Anxiety disorders
• Addiction to alcohol and drugs
• Problems with adaptation in a new environment
• Problems in relationships
• Depression
• Self-harm
• Low self-esteem, lack of confidence
• Personality disorder
• Other psychological problems
Therapy for children and youth
• Social problems
• Anxiety disorders
• Learning problems
• Behavioural disorders
• ADHD
• Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia)
• Experiment with alcohol and drugs
• Psychoeducational groups
• Advice for parents
• Development and therapeutic workshops
Speech and Language diagnosis and therapy
Crisis intervention
• Construction of an action plan aimed at obtaining effective assistance
• Support in difficult random situations
• Help in contact with authorities / doctors
Personal development
• Develop communication skills
• Development workshops (e.g. Self-presentation, assertiveness, interpersonal skills, self-development)
• Support groups ... and many more
Call our Specialist. Speak in confidence for help or advice. 01615363316

Central and Great Lever, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Children with Additional Needs, Parents/Single Parents, Families (Parents and Children Together), Men and Women, People experiencing mental health issues, People from minority ethnic communities, People experiencing Unemployment, People experiencing Homelessness, People experiencing housing issues, Victims / survivors of crime, People affected by Domestic Abuse and Violence Ageing Well, Alcohol and Substance Misuse, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Domestic Abuse and Violence, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Equality and Diversity, Financial Wellbeing/Debt, Food and Essential Items, Housing and Homelessness, Keeping Active and Involved, Mental Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Play and Children's Activities, Sport, Support for People with Physical Disabilities, Supporting Victims of Crime
Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal Society (MBBCS)

Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal Society (MBBCS) is a members’ organisation open to anyone with an interest in the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal. As a voluntary organisation the governance of the MBBCS is the responsibility of an elected Council. The MBBCS is also registered charity (1048407) and complies with the requirements of the Charity Commission.

The aim of the MBBCS is to restore, reconstruct, preserve, maintain and improve the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal which commences at Middlewood Locks in Salford and runs northwards to Nob End in Little Lever from where the canal divides into branches to Bolton and Bury, a total length of just over 15 miles.

The MBBCS does not own any part of the canal but works with the owners of the canal including the Canal & River Trust and with other interested organisations to achieve its aim. Parts of the canal are in water and used for recreation, mainly fishing. Other parts of the canal bed are wildlife habitats. The MBBCS is keen that any restoration that takes place achieves biodiversity net gain and benefits the wellbeing of all users of the canal.

The MBBCS has a range of activities including work on the infrastructure of the canal, regular meetings on various aspects of canal and related history and engagement with local communities to promote the canal as a resource for learning and for green and blue exercise. The MBBCS publishes a regular journal with a range of content that is canal related.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton All Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Equality and Diversity, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Science and Technology, Sport, The Arts/Arts and Crafts, Transport
Mandhata Community Centre

Mandhata Community Centre is a constituted organisation formed in 1966 with aims to provide a warm, friendly , safe environment space for the community of Bolton. Two floor building is open to all diverse community within Bolton and also has a room within the building which is used as a temple. Services and activities take place every week from children's activities, Hindu festivals, Christmas, Halloween, public events: weddings, engagements, charity events, bereavement recitals. Yoga sessions on every Wednesday. Bolton Mandhata Group provides activities for children and young people from sports to dance, school revision classes and outdoor activities.

Our main focus is also to provide services to older people who cannot go out too often due to age, disability or too disorientated. Festivals and events gives them purpose to come to the centre and have hot meals. Centre is used as Polling station at election time and also used as faith trail visits from the schools through Interfaith Council. Centre is managed entirely on elected members and volunteers and is affiliated to numerous organisations in Bolton and UK. .

Halliwell & Crompton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Only Women, Only Men, Young people (aged 13-25)
Meadow Hill Tennis Club

Meadow Hill Tennis Club offers members outdoor tennis on two artificial clay courts between other members, competitive games against other clubs during the league season and the same with table tennis during the closed tennis season.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Looked-After Children and Young People, Parents/Single Parents, Families (Parents and Children Together), Men and Women, Older people Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Physical Activity, Sport
Mere Garden Residents' Association

This is a residents' association, with membership open to all residents of Mere Gardens who are over 18.

Halliwell & Crompton Tenants and residents Animal Welfare
MhIST (Mental Health Independent Support Team)

MhIST offers advocacy, support groups and Talking Therapy. The services are accessed by appointment only. Referrals are accepted from associated professionals and self-referrals.

Groups that run are:
Monday – Craft and social, Mindfulness, Bereavement, Autism (which runs every two weeks)
Tuesday – Anxiety, Depression and Wellbeing AM and PM, Westhoughton Covid 19 group
Wednesday – Art for Wellbeing
Thursday – Depression Recovery
Friday – Anxiety, Depression and Self-esteem AM and PM
Saturday – Saturday Social (for existing group attendees)

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton Parents/Single Parents, Men and Women, People with learning disabilities, People with physical disabilities, People experiencing mental health issues, Carers, People identifying as LGBTQ+, People from minority ethnic communities, Refugees and asylum seekers, Service and ex-service people, People experiencing Unemployment, People experiencing housing issues, Victims / survivors of crime, People affected by Domestic Abuse and Violence, Offenders / Ex-offenders, Tenants and residents Being Included/Social Inclusion, Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing
Moodswings

Moodswings is a Queens Award winning, charity set up in 1999 to support people with mental health problems and their friends and families. All services are provided free of charge and much of the work is done by volunteers. Each year Moodswings works with around 1500 people, of whom approximately a third are friends and family. Services include a helpline, one to one support, recovery courses, groups and activities. We are opening a Community Cafe to reduce social isolation, and for people to develop skills in hospitality and catering.

Although specialising in working with people with mood disorders, the charity supports people with other forms of emotional distress. All their work centres around recovery, which means ‘living the best life you can with, or without, the symptoms of emotional distress’. Their aim is to help people develop a better understanding of their symptoms, to manage them and strive to achieve the things they want in life regardless of their difficulties.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton People experiencing mental health issues, Carers Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing
Moral & Nurturing Initiative Youth Club

To enrich the skills of the local community through various activities with a focus on holistic wellbeing, mindfulness and physical and mental health; in particular the youth and people of ethnic
minorities.

Halliwell & Crompton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Looked-After Children and Young People, Families (Parents and Children Together), Only Men, Only Women, People from minority ethnic communities Ageing Well, Emotional Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Equality and Diversity, Faith and Faith Communities, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Play and Children's Activities, Sport
Moss Bank Junior Football Club

Activities for young children and team games. Training on Tues, Wed, Thurs, Team games Saturday morning.

Halliwell & Crompton Young people (aged 13-25) Citizenship/Community Development, Physical Activity
Motor Neurone Disease Association Manchester and District Branch

The MND Association focuses on improving access to care, research and campaigning for those people living with or affected by MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

In Bolton we provide financial support grants, support meetings and volunteers who can provide one to one practical and emotional support.

Greater Manchester, Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton People with physical disabilities, Carers Health, Mental Wellbeing, Support for People with Physical Disabilities
MS Society (MSS) - Multiple Sclerosis Society

The Improving Quality of Life Project aims to support people with MS in Greater Manchester to improve emotional wellbeing and financial security. It’s funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and is delivered in partnership with Citizens Advice Manchester.
What can we help with?
• Finance - financial advice, debt and benefits advice or support with your housing queries
• Employment - supporting you to stay in/return to work or help with an employer who doesn’t understand MS
• Independence - enabling you to be as independent and mobile as possible, including applying for an MS Society grant for equipment
• Wellbeing - linking you with other people with MS via our online chats or local groups who can provide information on services and opportunities in your area
• Counselling - helping you access and covering the costs of up to 6 counselling sessions

Greater Manchester, Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton People with physical disabilities, Carers, People experiencing Unemployment Being Included/Social Inclusion, Emotional Wellbeing, Equality and Diversity, Financial Wellbeing/Debt, Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Mental Wellbeing, Support for People with Physical Disabilities, Unemployment/Employment
NanogiantZ.cic

We are a not for profit cic that has been set up to promote music and multimedia skills as a form of therapy as well as a finished product.

Halliwell & Crompton , , People experiencing mental health issues, Only Women, Only Men, Young people (aged 13-25)
Neighbourhood investment in community enterprise

Charity working in Bolton. Providing food clothes and furniture to families and individuals struggling to survive in our Town 365 days a year.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Carers, Young Children (aged 0 -12), , People identifying as LGBTQ+, People from minority ethnic communities, People experiencing Homelessness, , Refugees and asylum seekers, People experiencing mental health issues, Only Women, Only Men, Young people (aged 13-25)
North Bolton Support Group

NBSG is a grassroots-based community initiative based in the Halliwell and Crompton Neighbourhood areas. Its target groups are recently arrived refugees and ethnic minority EU migrants. NBSG provides the following services: Homework club for children aged 6 to 16; Computer classes for adults and young people; sports activities for children and young people; English as a second language (ESOL) for adults; Activities for women only (Eg physical activities, beauty therapy); Help with driving licence (theory); Organised days-out and trips for children; Drop-in sessions where we provide information and advice.

Halliwell & Crompton People experiencing Unemployment, Young Children (aged 0 -12), People from minority ethnic communities, Refugees and asylum seekers, Only Women, Only Men, Young people (aged 13-25) Physical Activity
Nuffield Bowling Club

We play outdoor crown green bowls socially and we are affiliated to three leagues, which, at the moment, are not playing due to Coronavirus. Playing in these leagues only takes up three evenings a week.
Our season runs from March to the end of September depending on the weather. We are open 7 days a week.
We offer membership to everyone, but this will be cancelled if people abuse the club rules.
Some of our members help out with any jobs that need to be done on the green and around the green as we have plenty of flower beds that need attention. Often this provides a change of scene for some people and a chance to get outside and meet people.
If people come to us who can't play, our members will show them how to play and encourage them.
We also have a social side: every 3-4 weeks we hold in-house competitions for which we have trophies which members can keep until the following season. We provide a buffet-type tea which is usually enjoyed by everyone; there is a small charge for this. Also a raffle. This helps boost the club funds. There is also an Annual General Meeting, under normal circumstances. Everyone is welcome.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton All Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Equality and Diversity, Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Physical Activity, Sport, Unemployment/Employment
Odyssey9 Academy CIC (O9AcademyCIC)

Offering those in the local community an opportunity to learn a new skill in a friendly and productive environment that could lead to benefits to health and wellbeing as well as meeting new friends and building confidence. Providing workshops and allowing individuals to express their creativity through arts, fashion, mixed media, music and performing art with the aim of equipping those taking part with skills that they can transfer into their everyday life and enhance their employment opportunities.
The workshops are free, and each session will be stand-alone meaning if one session is missed you can still attend the others. Each of the workshops listed below will take place over a 16-week period and be made up of 3 x 2-hour sessions a week.
Music production
Videography and photography
Performing arts
Art (digital)
Life skills

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Looked-After Children and Young People, Children with Additional Needs, Parents/Single Parents, Men and Women, People with learning disabilities, People with physical disabilities, People experiencing mental health issues, Carers, People identifying as LGBTQ+, People from minority ethnic communities, Refugees and asylum seekers, Service and ex-service people, People experiencing Unemployment, People experiencing Homelessness, People experiencing housing issues, Victims / survivors of crime, People affected by Domestic Abuse and Violence, Offenders / Ex-offenders, Tenants and residents Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Equality and Diversity, Financial Wellbeing/Debt, Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Leisure and Hobbies, Mental Wellbeing, Music, Science and Technology, Support for People with Learning Disabilities, Support for People with Physical Disabilities, The Arts/Arts and Crafts, Unemployment/Employment
Passion for Bolton 2030 (Bolton's town-wide church unity group)

Passion for Bolton 2030 is Bolton’s town-wide church unity group consisting of a team of church leaders and leaders of Christian organisations who aim to share the love of God across Bolton with the vision of seeing a thriving, prosperous Bolton with a united church playing its part. We support churches and Christian organisations and encourage them to maximise their engagement with the Bolton Vision Partnership’s ‘Bolton 2030 Vision’ and develop their support of the Bolton community. Our focus themes include starting well, living well, ageing well, prayer, tackling social isolation and poverty, supporting asylum seekers and refugees, caring for the environment, developing leaders, getting people active and supporting children and young people. See PASSION_BOLTON on Twitter and Facebook for further information.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton All Ageing Well, Alcohol and Substance Misuse, Asylum Support, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Citizenship/Community Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Environmental Protection or Improvement, Faith and Faith Communities, Financial Wellbeing/Debt, Food and Essential Items, Health, Keeping Active and Involved, Mental Wellbeing, Relieving Poverty, Unemployment/Employment
Power2

Our programmes support the development of crucial life skills, improve confidence and boost self-esteem.
We target children and young people at key transition points so they can maximise their learning experiences.
We look beyond the problems young people face, and towards their potential. We nurture the assets, talents, resources and abilities all children possess.

Power2 run a range of programmes including;
Teens and Toddlers - The Teens and Toddlers educational programme is delivered over one morning or afternoon each week over 16 weeks and encourages young people to:
• Become a mentor and role model to a child in a nursery, supporting their learning and development.
• Take part in reflective group learning sessions which include specialised coaching to boost their self-confidence and raise aspirations.
• Achieve a national qualification in Interpersonal Skills (NCFE Level 1).
Power2 Rediscover - The Power2 Rediscover programme was developed as a direct response to the Covid-19 crisis and conversations we've had with young people, teachers, youth workers and carers about the impact the crisis has already had and will have in the future. Sessions include conversations and practical tools to help young people with:
• COVID-19 and understanding the new “normal” including the importance of social distancing.
• Mental health and wellbeing including helping participants develop positive routines, healthy habits and sleeping patterns.
• Tackling feelings of loneliness and isolation by making sure young people know there is someone out there for them during lockdown and beyond.
• Practical and emotional support for coping with learning in lockdown.
• Planning for the future by setting goals and aspirations for both the long and short term and, crucially, providing young people with the tools they need to actively work towards them
• Earning a certificate of achievement on completion of the programme.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25), Looked-After Children and Young People, Children with Additional Needs Being Included/Social Inclusion, Education and Personal Development, Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing
R Place TOTS Group Preschool Parent/Toddler group

We are a Parent and Child Toddler Group.
Our main aim is to support the homes of Johnson Fold who have preschool dependants. We achieve this through a friendly, fun environment where all are welcome, building confidence and self-esteem in parents and children. We are a smaller group who give a very big welcome

Chorley Roads, Halliwell & Crompton Young Children (aged 0 -12), Looked-After Children and Young People, Children with Additional Needs, Parents/Single Parents, Families (Parents and Children Together) Ageing Well, Being Included/Social Inclusion, Education and Personal Development, Health, Mental Wellbeing, Play and Children's Activities
RECLAIM

The aim of our programme is to help break down social barriers that young children face coming from working class backgrounds.

Our leadership programme involves pairing 30 children from Bolton St Catherine's Academy in Years 8 & 9, each with a mentor for guidance and support.

Hence, we are looking for 30 mentors from any discipline to mentor these students.

Any adult is eligible to mentor one of the Bolton St Catherine students as we provide 3 training sessions and DBS checks free of charge.

With the way things are currently, we are currently aiming for 18 hours of mentoring.

At a rate of 1 hour of mentoring per week, this brings us to a total of 18 weeks; hence 18 hours of mentoring in just over 4 months.

The three training sessions are scheduled to last 1.5 hours each and we also aim to carry out 1 session per week, so this should amount to three weeks in total for training in the following modules:

1) Barriers for working-class young people
2) Mentoring training
3) How to be more class-inclusive in the workplace.

Training is likely to be done online, in the evening (to avoid clashing with schedules) but we will be sending out a consensus to learn the best times for everyone.

The exact dates for training will be confirmed once we confirm when we can begin the mentorship programme.

There is a possibility that the programme may be run online depending on what kind of restrictions will be in place as we move through the year.

Our preference is that sessions take place face-to-face as some children may not be fully equipped to fully enjoy the online experience, however, if restrictions are still in place, we will run the program online.

Breightmet & Little Lever, Central and Great Lever, Chorley Roads, Farnworth & Kearsley, Halliwell & Crompton, Horwich & Blackrod, Rumworth, Turton, Westhoughton All, Young people (aged 13-25) Citizenship/Community Development, Education and Personal Development, Equality and Diversity