Mission Statement

Blackpool Fairness Commission is an independent group of public, private, community, voluntary and faith representatives who volunteer to make Blackpool a fairer place to live and work. We lead and support a number of projects throughout the town, including dementia awareness and Fairtrade, while also supporting and promoting community events that benefit the local area.

#iAmCampaign 2020

For the last 3 years Youth Mental Health has come high on the list of concerns from young people in Blackpool. This year in response to these results a partnership formed between Blackpool Fairness Commission and Blackpool Youth Network.

Together we wanted to take action, working with local services and Blackpool Youth Network the #iAmCampaign was born – a youth lead mental health campaign aiming to raise awareness, encourage positive behaviour change and give the young people of Blackpool confidence that their voice is heard.

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#iAmCampaign Young person’s mental health awareness campaign 20th January – 9th February 2020 Every year Blackpool’s Youth Council, supported by charity UR Potential, engage fellow young people as part of the national ‘Make Your Mark’ campaign. The campaign aims to...

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Useful contact information from the Fylde Coast Dementia Hub here: https://buff.ly/2V1yvbU
#FyldeCoast #Blackpool #DementiaHub #CoronaKindness


For those eligible we are aiming to get payment to you by close of play: WED 8 APRIL

If you haven’t already done so, please submit your bank details via this secure link > http://www.blackpool.gov.uk/Business/Business-rates/COVID-19-update/Latest-Information.aspx?fbclid=IwAR3acVv_Hsbge6pnmi5gXvyxBAmhVlFBTCRkBM2MINTOKvTyYLe1xRzsseE

UPDATE on coronavirus (#COVID19) testing in the UK:

As of 9am 29 March, a total of 127,737 have been tested:

108,215 negative.
19,522 positive.

As of 5pm on 28 March, of those hospitalised in the UK, 1,228 have sadly died.

♥️ Corona Kindness - If you or someone you know is currently in need of help with

- Food shopping
- Dog walking
- Medical supplies
- Social isolation & loneliness

Email helpneeded@blackpool.gov.uk or call 08081 963 080

If you can offer help email helpoffered@blackpool.gov.uk

Important Notice
We will be temporarily closing the shelter and day centre following instructions from the government in relation to the operation of nightshelters during the coronavirus lockdown.
Please visit our website for more information on support for young people.

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