Information & Support Hub
Having the right information at the right time can make a huge difference for the carer and the person they care for.
Our Information and Support Hub is available for:
A safe space for a chat
A space for services
A place in which we can support you when filling out forms
For if you have any questions about your caring role
Prince's Trust Project
For two weeks in February, Beth and Lewis from the Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, alongside the Prince’s Trust were involved in redecorating key areas within our Community Facility. As you can see from the images, they have done a fantastic job repainting areas such as the information hub and replanting in the garden.
The Prince’s Trust Team Programme (ACCROSS Hyndburn) is a full-time personal development programme for 16-25 year olds aimed at helping young people to build confidence, motivation and new skills to enable them to move on with their lives into further education, training or employment and we were lucky to be selected by the young people of Prince’s Trust as their nominated charity.
On Friday 18th February, the young people presented their experiences of the last two weeks, and the Mayor of Hyndburn Councillor Mrs Kathleen Pratt was in attendance:
‘It is great to see young adults doing work like this in our communities as it has many benefits for everyone, giving those involved a sense of responsibility and those using the facility a better understanding of the younger generation. Congratulations to everyone involved in the project and well done for making such a positive impact on a local charity such as Carers Link Lancashire.’