Volunteering in the Sensory Garden

Volunteering in the Sensory Garden

Over the last few weeks we have had quite a few volunteers working on our new sensory garden. We have had Prince’s Trust North of England here at our Centre. We would like to say how grateful we are for all the hard work that they have put in, and we are...
Our new ‘Phone A Friend’ service

Our new ‘Phone A Friend’ service

At Charter House we understand how hard things have been for everybody this past year. As a community we believe it is really important that the people of Burnley stick together. We can all help to pull each other through. Our aims are to combat isolation and...
Charter House receives £76,000 lottery fund

Charter House receives £76,000 lottery fund

Government grant supports continued provision of free meals Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, Charter House have delivered more than 18,000 free meals to vulnerable people across Burnley and Padiham. Now have secured a grant of £76,000 to continue our amazing...

Dementia daycare, respite and support

Dementia daycare in Burnley – you’re not alone in caring for your loved one If you have ever felt alone in your caring experience, please remember – there are currently 700,000 people caring for a loved one with dementia in the UK – and there is lots of help and...

How to design a sensory garden and why

We’re working hard here at Charter House Resource Centre and Sensory Room – with the valuable help of volunteers – to turn some of our outdoor space into a sensory garden for service users. At the moment, our sensory garden is an ‘evolving’ work in progress, but...