A 4 week video diary project to create a space for young people to express their feelings and thoughts about life in lockdown whilst giving back a sense of daily purpose to fill the void of school or college.
Using local insight and existing relationships Active Lancashire are playing a critical role in ensuring the TIF funding helps reach those most in need.
This film shows how Audley Centre in Blackburn have created a thriving Boxing offer which is enabling young people to be regularly active, provides a safe space to hang out with friends and supports teenage males with their mental wellbeing.
A pioneering Rossendale project that has helped 26 people back into work could become a blueprint for a Lancashire-wide scheme. The scheme, Rossendale Works is a two year project managed by Active Lancashire, in partnership with Rossendale Council and DWP.
Everyone likes to have their voice heard and feel like their opinion matters. Leyland Warriors Rugby Club have done exactly that as their Girl's Satellite Club group design and select their new training tops.
Here's a snapshot of key statistics and characteristics from Active Lancashire's Satellite Clubs work over the last year.
Changing active behaviours of Asian female teenagers by enabling them with the opportunity to assert their opinion and influence local physical activity offers.
More Positive Together (MPT) is a £6m project and part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England to deliver the project which is designed to address the needs’ of Lancashire residents who are furthest from the labour market and to help them to improve their employment prospects.
Started in July 2018 the project aims to provide residents in some of the most deprived areas of Lancashire with a recycled bike to help encourage them to become active.
Despite large numbers of young people attending Satellite Clubs, female participation only contributed to 37% and 38% of total engagement in 2015/16 and 2016/17 respectively.