Creating tomorrow, together: Creating a connected community. A hub for health, wellbeing, leisure, enterprise, culture, learning. Raising educational aspiration. Unleashing the potential of our assets, our people and our place. Connecting skills, education, and employment. Networking community businesses, voluntary, faith and community organisations – public and private. Harnessing the gift of our green space and beautifying our built environment. Reframing health. Ultimately making a real difference to real people
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Taking a creative approach to developing a new wellbeing campus
Ann Petty and her husband Duncan, a Church of England minister, came to the Tanhouse area of Skelmersdale in 2004 to ‘plant’ a new church called Oaks. Ann shares their story.