About The Leyland Project Print

The Leyland Project (TLP) has been serving the community of Wade Hall and Leyland since 1992.

 

TLP is an independent local charity with a board of trustees, some of whom are residents in Wade Hall.

 

TLP is supported by various local partners including Progress Housing Group, South Ribble Children's Centres, and grants from BBC Children in Need, LLoyds TSB Foundation, Lancashire County Council and South Ribble Borough Council.

 

The project consists of The Place Community Centre, The Base Community Centre,  situated on the Wade Hall and Broadfield Estates in Leyland.

 

The project is staffed by a Finance Officer  and a Senior Youth and Community Worker.  In addition there are a number of sessional staff and our wonderful volunteers.

 

Since 1994 the Family Centre has offered a range of activities and support such as:

  • Under 5's groups
  • Family support
  • A Food Co-op
  • IT Learning
  • A Savings Club
  • Adult Education
  • Partnership work with various agencies
  • Holiday Clubs
  • An Advice Service
  • Dance and Soccer clubs
  • A Dreamscheme (8-13)
  • Youth Groups (13-19)
  • Youth forum
  • Health Care
  • Child Care
  • Community Forum & PACT meetings
  • Detached youth work programme
  • OFF Da Streets Summer Schemes
  • Employablity programmes
  • Projects with NEET young people
  • Therapeutic arts work