Fun and Friendship at Voice for All’s Valentines Disco

  On Tuesday 9th February 2016 Voice for All opened the doors to St Joseph’s Parish Centre in Chorley to welcome over 100 people to their Annual Valentines Disco! The function room was full of red ‘love’ balloons and every table decorated with white table cloths covered in red hearts. ‘Love’ was certainly in the… Read more »

Customer Service Excellence Awarded to the Brothers of Charity Services

The Brothers of Charity Services in Merseyside and Greater Manchester has recently been reassessed against the government endorsed Customer Service Excellence Award and found to be fully compliant with all elements of the framework as well as scoring compliance plus in an additional element. In attaining these accreditations this clearly illustrates the Brothers of Charity… Read more »

Everyone Should have a Chance to Love: Becky’s Journey

‘Voice for All’ (VFA) is a self-advocacy group in Lancashire who speak up for people with a learning disability and work in partnership for positive lives across Lancashire and the North West. As well as having a Committee, VFA also have 2 sub-groups, a Relationships Group and a Fundraising Group. The VFA Relationship group is… Read more »

Health and Wellbeing Update January 2016

Download the 2015/16 Health and Wellbeing Calendar here. January Monthly Promotion Throughout January, we promoted: Dry January Dry January gave people the chance to ditch the hangover, reduce the waistline, and save some serious £££ by giving up alcohol for 31 days. It was also a great way to fundraise for the charity Alcohol Concern,… Read more »

February Half Term Indoor Activities at Pets Corner

Come and join us over the February half term at Pets Corner in Astley Park, Chorley, for a week of fun and educational indoor children’s activities. Monday 15th: Wild Bird Activity Day 10:30am to 2:30pm, small charges apply. Drop in “get messy” activity where you can pop in and make your own pine cone feeder for… Read more »

Expansion Generates Recruitment Drive for the Brothers of Charity

The Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire is experiencing a significant period of growth and is looking for over 50 support workers on various contracts to come and join its team. The Chorley based organisation is a major local employer, and currently has over 500 staff, supporting people with learning disabilities across the Lancashire region…. Read more »