We appreciate the support given to us by Adactus over the last couple of years and hopefully this will continue in these times of stringent funding cuts.
We are grateful to Ribble Valley Homes over the past few years for their continual support. They also help us with our meetings that we hold at the Henthorn Centre. Long may this continue and additional support was given for the Tall Ships project Easter 2015.
The Clitheroe Youth Forum has been funded by sported., one of the UK’s leading 2012 legacy organisations empowering community groups to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people through sport.
More details on our Youth News page
A big thank you to the Heritage Lottery Fund for funding this project!
"Using money raised through the National Lottery, the Heritage Lottery Fund gives grants to sustain and transform our heritage. From museums, parks and historic places to archaeology, natural environment and cultural traditions we invest in every part of our diverse heritage."
To find out more information please visit http://www.hlf.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx.
Being a calligrapher based in the Ribble Valley I was very pleased to accept this commission from Mel Diack to write a Book of Remembrance for Clitheroe. This presented an interesting challenge and has given me an opportunity to use my design and calligraphy skills. In addition, Mel was agreeable to my suggestion that rather than use a ready-made book, I would create a book for the purpose.
Thank you for supporting traditional art and crafts.
Syke House, Sawley Road
Clitheroe, BB7 4QS
Tel: 01200 441320
Braille IT offers accredited free tuition in braille skills to blind or visually impaired, parents and carers at four centres around East Lancashire; Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe and Chorley. Braille IT also offers a service transcribing print into Braille.