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Christmas Card Competition 2017

We are launching our annual Christmas Card Competition to design our corporate Christmas cards, we’re looking for fantastically festive designs from each region!  Create your Christmas card design with the art materials of your choice or by using a computer! Guidelines Your design should be on A5 sized paper. Please do not fold. Please provide your… Read more »

BOCS Merseyside Halloween Party

Halloween is coming soon, so grab your mask or your broom. The Brothers of Charity Services will be your host, come dressed as yourself, a witch or a ghost! Join us for our Halloween Party on Tuesday 31st October 2017 from 12pm to 4pm at the Whiston Labour Club in Prescot. Client Tickets for the party are £10 each…. Read more »

Health BOCS Update September 2017

Welcome to the Health BOCS update, the monthly update on Health and Wellbeing activities at the Brothers of Charity Services in England. Read the full Health BOCS 2016 Booklet here. Click here to view the BOCS Health and Wellbeing Calendar for 2017/2018. Last month we were promoting: Barbecue Safety The Brothers of Charity Services’ health and safety… Read more »

Retro Food for A Taste of Leyland

A few weeks ago, Roccoco attended the ‘A Taste of Leyland’ food festival. They joined My Leyland who were launching their new Dementia Hub, to run a stall with retro food tasting. Reminiscing can be a positive experience for people living with dementia – especially when they can share their memories with other people. And… Read more »

Fabulous Day at Preston Pride

What an amazing day at Preston Pride! On Saturday 9th September, our Lancashire Self Advocacy group, Voice for All were once again very proud to be at Pride! It was a fantastic day and everybody enjoyed celebrating diversity and sexuality. The event at Preston Flag Market was attended by hundreds of people and had numerous stalls,… Read more »

A Special Reunion at Roccoco

When 92 year old Connie Sharples featured on Granada Reports in a story about a new veterans cafe in Leyland, one viewer was particularly interested. Janey Webster recognised her as her long lost auntie who she hadn’t seen for 60 years. So Paul Crone went back to see the pair reunited. The team at Roccoco… Read more »