News

Heaton Street’s Work with The South Ribble Pensioner Association

As part of the contract with South Ribble Pensioners Association, Heaton Street, our gardening enterprise, were asked to create two steam train themed raised planters. The team designed and built the wooden train feature which was proudly installed on the platform, and planted with Lavender plants, at Bamber Bridge Train Station. The South Ribble Association… Read more »

Becky and Dan Film with Meet ‘N’ Match

Becky and Dan from Voice for All, our advocacy group in Lancashire, recently visited the Meet ‘N’ Match office to film a short video about the relationship training they have been delivering to the people we support across our services. Over the past few years, Becky and Dan have delivered training on a variety of… Read more »

Greater Manchester’s Games and Curry Night

Our Greater Manchester Services’ had a Curry and Games night on 21st January 2020. Two projectors were set up with the PS4 and Nintendo Switch, ready for the people we support to play games on. Everyone enjoyed playing a selection of fighting games on the PS4, with some of our clients showing of their skills!… Read more »

Health BOCS Update February 2020

Welcome to the Health BOCS Update, the monthly update on Health and Wellbeing activities at the Brothers of Charity Services in England. Click here to view HealthBOCS Booklet 2019/2020. January Promotion As part of Health BOCS, the Brothers of Charity Services’ health and wellbeing programme, throughout January, we promoted: Debt Awareness Week. Debt Awareness Week Debt… Read more »

Inprint Starts 2020 with Brand New Signage

Inprint, our printing enterprise in Leyland, offers a range of bespoke printed products and related services to the community. They have recently received a revamp to their shop front, including eye-catching vinyl window stickers and a brand new sign at the shop entrance. This fantastic overhaul to the front exterior of Inprint marks a new… Read more »

Barry Donates Time to the Marina Cafe

Barry Foulkes, our cook and support worker at the Marina café, has donated his spare time to painting the cafe and customer toilets. He has also identified a way to improve the way that the people we support can be fully inclusive in the serving of their customers. Barry built a custom serving ledge for our clients to… Read more »