The charity, which exists to give adults with learning needs the opportunity to develop, socialise and explore their ideas and goals through a wide variety of educational, social and practical activities, is not standing still either and has a raft of fund raising events on the calendar.
Members are staging their annual duck race in August and an Elvis tribute night is already a sell out. In November the group will host a fire walk event and in December the Christmas Sparkle ball takes place in a converted church in Bacup.
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All the cash raised is ploughed back into the group towards activities and outings.
Last year the group earned a coveted award for the resilience shown throughout the pandemic. It was presented with a Mayor s Medal for staying strong and connected during the pandemic despite the group having to close for over six months.