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Lancashire Anglican/Muslim Forum Statement

We are shaken by the horrific, atrocious and vicious attacks that have taken place in Paris. Our thoughts, feelings and prayers are with the victims' loved ones.  We express our solidarity with the families of those affected and with the people of France.  We pray that whatever we say and do, in particular in the coming days, takes into consideration people's suffering, emotions and sensibilities. And we pray that we avoid words and actions which add fuel to the fire lit by people that wish to divide us.   

Contact information:
If you wish to speak to Forum representatives directly about the statement the following people are available: Rev. Canon Ed Saville on 07912 227144 and Ali Amla on 07872 835318.

Members Area
Calling all members! Do you have a good news story you could include here? Do you want to celebrate an achievement, say thank you to a partner or funder, or perhaps raise awareness of a service you are offering? This is the space for you!

This editions news story covers three stories, because...well why not?!

Burnley & Pendle CSE Needs Assessment
Burnley & Pendle Children's Partnership Board recently invited applications to undertake a CSE Needs Assessment within the BME communities of Burnley & Pendle. After initial discussion, LBN elected to apply for this funding as the accountable organisation in partnership with a number of our members in Burnley & Pendle. 

We were successful in the application and are just starting our partnership work with;
  • Access Alpha
  • Building Bridges Burnley
  • Jinnah Development Trust
  • Lancashire Equalities (formerly Project BME)
  • Pendle Women's Forum
  • People's Enterprise & Empowerment Forum
We are extremely excited to be working directly with our members on this and the experience will shape how we work with our membership in the future.

Maa Aur Bacha
Maa Aur Bacha are an enthusiastic group of ladies who work and supporth women and children in Preston, particularly in the Deepdale area of Preston. 

LBN have been providing support to the group for the last 6 months, working through their constitution, policies and procedures, providing training support around bid-writing, and supporting them as they move into a new facility.

Our most recent support session with the ladies focused on how different funding application forms as the same questions in different ways, and Maa Aur Bacha are nearly ready to submit their own bids now. 

Keep up the good work ladies!

People's Enterprise & Empowerment Forum Annual General Meeting

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We will continue to provide you with funding updates and information in these sections; however we wish to bring to your attention a superb FREE funding tool that you can use to identify a far wider range of funding opportunities that may be suitable for your organisation's needs. Funding Central ( is a fantastic tool for finding funding and contract opportunities, and we recommend you all sign up to this. It takes only a few minutes, and you will receive regular updates that match to the criteria you provide for your organisation.

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