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Social Enterprise Blog 03/07/19

The Brothers of Charity Services have various Social Enterprises for adults with learning disabilities; services are designed to support people to develop skills with confidence in a supportive working environment whilst offering services in the local community. The social enterprises carryout lots of great, fun activities for the people we support and the local communities… Read more »

Greater Manchester’s New Signage at Standard House

The Greater Manchester Office welcomed new signage this month; it’s a great addition to the outside of Standard House. The colourful signs not only brighten up the building but also inform the people we support, staff, visitors and passers-by that the Brothers of Charity Services are present in Bury. The signage has allowed for more… Read more »

Voice For All’s Amazing Day at Lancaster Pride

On Saturday 22nd June our Lancashire Advocacy group, Voice for All, were very proud to attend Lancaster Pride for the first time! The group had a stall at the event which they shared with Meet ‘N’ Match, who support adults with learning disabilities and Autism across Lancashire and Merseyside and 2BU Wakefield, a LGBT+ support… Read more »

Health BOCS Update July 2019

Welcome to the Health BOCS Update, the monthly update on Health and Wellbeing activities at The Brothers of Charity Services in England. June Promotion As part of Health BOCS, the Brothers of Charity Services’ health and wellbeing programme, throughout May we promoted, Disability Awareness Week, National Volunteers Week, Diabetes Awareness Week and National Carers Week…. Read more »

Dan and Becky’s Interview with Radio Leyland

Dan Hall, our Regional Advocacy and Community Engagement Coordinator, and Becky from Voice for All, visited Radio Leyland on Wednesday 19th June to spread the word about the fantastic work our self-advocacy group do in Lancashire! During their interview with presenter Andrea Andrews, Dan and Becky talked about the Brothers of Charity Services, Voice for… Read more »