Together Lancashire

Mapping Faith Based Social Action in Lancashire

Since we discovered the power of Google maps a couple of years ago Together Lancashire has been working to collect and document the projects and activities of all the partner churches and organisations in our network. .Read more


Overshadowed by Pendle Hill, surrounded by open countryside, the towns in Pendle are aware of their industrial heritage. New industries have grown, some very high tech, including aerospace and other engineering. At the same time there is much low paid employment, which impacts on the economy of the area.Read more

Near Neighbours in Lancashire

Near Neighbours is spreading. Having started in Burnley it is now spreading to the mill towns of East Lancashire - and is recruiting. It helps to bring groups of different faiths and ethnicities together.Read more

Morecambe and Lancaster

Working around the large area addressing all forms of poverty. Morecambe was the first area to produce a guide to services and support in their area. Lancaster helps to solve homelessness problems.Read more


Preston is a thriving multicultural city and the administrative centre of Lancashire.Read more


Working with individual churches, and in SW Burnley, chairing the South West Burnley Together group. Finding resources, networking, and making links between organisations both within and without the BoroughRead more


Working on addressing all forms of poverty in this seaside town with many challenges.Connecting together Blackpool Food Partnership, Work Clubs and other development opportunities.Read more

Blackburn with Darwen

Blackburn with Darwen has an active group of churches working to support their own communities. TL supports individual churches and groups of churches working together to secure resources, spread knowledge,expertise and build relationships.Read more