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St Teresa's are activity in developing our sporting links with the local community. We currently have club-school links with the following groups and organisations:
 
Fylde AFC
Fleetwood Town
YMCA
Premier Sport
Gym Mania Gymnastics
FYWestCoast
Barry Zumba
Cleveleys Taekwondo
Phil Winston Performing Arts
Becci Pearson Circus Dance
Pete Hamadi Tennis and Badminton
Starmaker.

Charity Giving

 

We support Streetlife by donating items - here is a little bit about them:

A youth work charity with the aim of assisting vulnerable young people in the Blackpool area

They provide this support from The Base, Buchanan Street centre, and from The Shelter, next door to St John’s church.

The staff team is made up of a variety of roles including specialist workers who can support young people with a range of issues. They also have a budding team of approximately 30 volunteers including several who are gap year volunteers from overseas.

Mission
Streetlife will provide shelter and support for young people under 26

Aim
To enable and empower young people to make informed choices about their situation and issues affecting their lives.

Emergency Shelter
For those in need of emergency accommodation the shelter opens at 7pm each night. 

Drop-In Session
Every Mon, Wed, Thurs and Fri at The Base
They have friendly afternoon drop-in sessions. Workers available for advice and support, hot food available, internet access, food parcels and lots more.

Lifeskills Session
Fancy learning how to budget, how to maintain a tenancy, how to be more assertive?
These are just a few of the topics we cover each week in Lifeskill sessions. Certificates are awarded for each completed session. 

 

The Catholic Voice (please click logo to access their website) is the official newspaper of the Diocese of Lancaster. The newspaper grew out of the need to provide information and a means of communication for the local Catholic community.


The mission of the Catholic Voice is defined as follows:

  • To promote for Catholics and other readers an understanding of the mission and teachings of the Church and its prophetic role in the community.
  • To foster the faith and unity of the local Church, and to serve as an instrument of the mission of evangelisation and on-going formation for all the baptised.
  • To provide readers with accurate news and information about the Church on a local, national and universal level.
  • To provide a forum for an expression of views in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Church and the principle of respect for others.

The Catholic Voice of Lancaster is published by its owners. The Trustees of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lancaster, a registered charity, (No. 234331), and is wholly independent of and separate from, any previous newspaper published by or on behalf of the diocese. Publication Date is the last Sunday of the month previous to publication date.

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