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Case Studies - Chorley

Playtime in the Park

Three years ago as part of its `summer activities' programme Home-Start decided to offer families supported by the scheme the opportunity to meet up with other families in Astley Park during the school summer holidays.

1 December 2012


A joint approach between neighbouring Trusts to support children, young people and families, the Child Action Northwest's 'Familywise' service has been commissioned jointly by Chorley and South Ribble Children and Young People's Trusts to provide an Early Support and Intervention Service.

23 May 2012

Saturday Night Live

Consultation with young people in Chorley highlighted the need for more things to do/places to go on Saturday evenings. Chorley Children and Young People's Trust commissioned Active Nation, the operator of the Council's leisure centres, to organise open access sessions at All Seasons Leisure Centre on Saturday evenings. The sessions are known as `Saturday Night Live'.

21 November 2011

Girls Allowed Project

The Girls Allowed project provides support, advice and information to girls at risk of teenage pregnancy, or who have low self-esteem and poor aspirations.

6 April 2011