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Next Windfall Deadline

Don’t forget, the next closing date for Windfall applications is Friday 6th December 2019 at 12 noon. If you have an idea for a project or would like any any more information on how to apply or to find out if your group or idea is eligible then don’t hesitate to get in touch – […]

New Funding Secured

Do you shop at your local Co-op? Well if you do please choose us as your LOCAL CAUSE Our project has been selected as one of the local causes in the Rishton and Clayton-le-Moors Co-op stores. Support our cause and 1% of what you spend on most Co-op products and services will automatically go to […]

Wrap Up Lancashire

WRAP UP LANCASHIRE IS BACK! For the 2nd year running Rotarians in Lancashire are collecting your old, unwanted coats and giving them to charities that support the homeless, refugees, children living in poverty and people fleeing domestic violence (to name a few) and our very own Windfall Fund has supported the project. Any size, style, […]

Canal Volunteers a Huge Success

The partnership between the Canal and River Trust and The PROSPECTS Foundation is proving a huge success. Barbara Sharples, Activity Organiser at PROSPECTS explained, “In just three months the Volunteer Workparty has made a real difference.  We have cleared an overgrown bed near the Canal Café at Rishton and planted it with cottage herbaceous plants […]

Our 21st anniversary event was a huge success!!

More than 12 different activities were on offer in Accrington Town Square on Saturday 7th September demonstrating everything environmental.Visitors were able to discover live invertebrates, make a smoothie using pedal power, learn about butterflies and how to attract the to their gardens, make bug hotels, take a virtual cruise down the canal, try out adapted […]

Rishton Festival 2019

On Saturday 6th July the Panel, in conjunction with the Foundation, ran a stall at the annual Rishton Festival.  We were blessed with wonderful weather which meant a bumper turnout to the event.  On our stall we attracted lots of children who wanted to decorate the hazel cookies that Woody Hyndburn had donated to us.  […]

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