Year: 2016

Moving update & Christmas opening

We are preparing for our second move of premises this year, and this will hopefully start in the next few weeks. We are unfortunately still not able to tell you where we are going just yet as the legal arrangements are ongoing, but suffice to say it will involve us moving back closer to the town …

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Who let the Dads out says bye bye to Cromer

Bye Bye Cromer Mill On Saturday 19th November we enjoyed our last Who Let the Dads Out session at our Cromer Mill base on Hilton Fold Lane. The children and dads had a great time of fun, chasing each other around, playing with new space toys and characters and running around the massive sports area …

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A month’s grace to help property search

Last week we reported that the Lighthouse Project would have to close its activities at Cromer Mill by 12th November, however in last minute discussions with the owners, Pin Property Consultancy, we have been given a breathing space of one month to sort out our alternative accommodation options. Obviously there is a lot going on in …

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Sign our petition of Support 2016

Yet again the Lighthouse Project finds itself having to move as the landlords want to use the Cromer Mill site for their own plans. Alternative accommodation is proving difficult to find so to help us we are raising awareness of our need and gathering together an online petition of support so we can tell our story and demonstrate the value of …

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Three weeks to go and still no news

With just 3 weeks left of our temporary tenancy at the Cromer Mill on Hilton Fold Lane the Lighthouse Project is still fighting to secure a base of operation as it is uncertain where we will be able to go next. We have made extensive searches and even walked around the streets looking for potential …

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Steve Coogan becomes Lighthouse Project patron

This week we are pleased to announce that Steve Coogan, award winning actor, comedian, impressionist, writer and producer, has accepted our invitation to become a patron of the Lighthouse Project, which is based in his family home town. Steve is excited about getting involved in the work of the Lighthouse Project and says… “This is an …

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Where Next – our search for a permanent base continues

Where will the next home of the Lighthouse Project be? Having just got settled into our temporary location here at the Cromer Mill on Hilton Fold Lane we are facing the prospect of having to ‘up sticks’ and look for new premises, as yet again we find our building owners plan to redevelop the site we occupy. When …

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Come & join our ‘Best Foot Forward’ walking group

The recent launch of the Lighthouse Project walking group ‘Best Foot Forwards’ has been a great success. Come along every Friday 12-1:30pm From the first walk arranged around Boarshaw and Mills Hill, via the canal, the group has become a weekly favourite for the growing number of local people who are attending. The aim of …

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Job Hunting Academy – improve your chances of finding work

Don’t struggle on your own trying to find your way around the online Job Hunting maze, come and take advantage of our Work Club skills and experience to help you improve your job hunting chances. The Job Hunting Academy runs every Wednesday and Thursday morning between 10am – 12 noon, which is 4 sessions in …

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I’d be lost without this place

“The Lighthouse Project is a big help to a lot of people. They have helped me with my CV on a numerous times, and also recently Carl was a great help to my husband when he was preparing a presentation for work. There are a lot of people who would be lost without this place.” …

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