Lancashire BME Network is a member-led infrastructure charity that supports and promotes the development of BAME VCS groups throughout Lancashire.

To advance the education of the public, primarily but not exclusively minority ethnic and deprived communities in Lancashire in the interest of social welfare for those who have need by reason of their youth, age, disability, ethnicity, social or economic circumstances so as to improve their conditions of life.

Featured current work and projects

Lancashire BME Network is currently working on the following projects, programmes, schemes and initiatives. 

Peer Action Collective

The Peer Action Collective (PAC) is a network of young people across England and Wales, working hard to make their communities safer, fairer places.

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Energy 360

This project aims to tackle fuel poverty by providing advice and guidance to vulnerable individuals and households.

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Step-by-Step Counselling

LBN offers a free culturally sensitive counselling service in a non-clinical environment.

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Independent Race & Equality Partnership for Lancashire

The IREP is a response to the increased recognition of the systematic marginalisation of minority ethnic communities across Lancashire.

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The Macmillan Preston Area Cancer Engagement (MPACE) project will engage with local BAME (Black, Asian, minority ethnic and dual heritage) communities, health and social care and third sector organisations to identify gaps and prioritise areas that need to change. 

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Lancashire BME Network are members of:

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Lancashire BME Network will do their best to get back to you within 2-3 working days. If your enquiry needs immediate attention, please call us on 01254 392974.

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