Today a group of EMSS clients who we support went to Barton Grange Garden Centre and the Flower Bowl Entertainment Centre. We tried curling on ice, had lunch , looked around, tried the curling indoor games and more!
Look here for information- https://theflowerbowl.uk/home/.
The Lancashire Environmental Fund (LEF) is a partnership between SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd, Lancashire County Council, The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside and Community Futures.
The Fund has distributed over £25m of Landfill Communities Fund (LCF) grants support to community and environmental projects which benefit the environment and people of Lancashire since its start in 1998. The Fund is supported financially by SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd, Lancashire County Council and various third party funders.
They held their Annual Event at Parbold Village Hall today which we attended. The Key Note Speaker was Professor Mike Berners-Lee.
We need to know numbers by lunchtime today.
Text 07971 299606.
EMSS have secured £500 for the Ormskirk Community Partnership from the Edith Mary Clark Foundation. A huge thank-you to the Foundation.
The Edith Mary Clark Foundation seeks applications from charitable groups in order to receive grants to help their communities. The foundation was set up by Edith Clark from Wrea Green, who sadly died in 2016 aged 87.
Applications can be from groups in Wrea Green, Kirkham, Wesham and surrounding areas of West Lancashire.
Applications will also be entertained from groups which are not registered charities but do have a charitable nature such as those benefitting the local community.