Kaitlin Wrighton winning the Outstanding Achievement Award this evening at the Lancashire Clubs for Boys and Girls Awards held at the Lancaster House Hotel Tuesday 3rd December 2019. Kaitlin won this award for persuading a young woman to come down and then took her home. The young woman was dressed only in a thin nightdress and stood on top of a railway bridge waiting to jump when the next train came along. Kaitlin seen here with the Chairman of Clitheroe Youth Forum Mel Diack MBE who nominated her.
We have become members of the Hyndburn & Ribble Valley CVS and this is shown on our Partners page. We would like to thank them for their support over the years.
We give a thank you to Tesco and those in the community who voted for us to receive £2,000 towards positive activities.
An article in the Clitheroe Advertiser on April 5th was titled Teen's charity efforts rewarded.
An inspirational teenager has scooped third position in the High Sheriff of Lancashire's Young Citizen of the Year 2018 awards.
Jayden Whalley was recognised for his community spirit supporting the Firefighters Charity. Jayden has contributed to raising more than £15,000 towards the Firefighters rehab centres. He is also a member of Clitheroe Youth Forum.
The photograph shows Jayden receiving his award from Mr Robert Webb High Sheriff of Lancashire.
A great thanks to Mr Nigel Brooke for supporting Clitheroe Youth Forum with a donation of £2,000 which has gone towards several projects such as the quad biking, days out at Flip Out , Activities in the Lake District and transport.
Junk to Funk entry for Lancashire Clubs competition. Logan and Dionne our models.
Jayden Dionne Bailey
Survival awards General view
Several members who attended the recent Remembrance Service at Clitheroe 12th November 2017 below
and on the right to our own Memorial at Sykes Green.