We are lucky to have a team of dedicated individuals who work hard to support our charity.
Started a business at the age of 60
Julia has always loved baking, turning 60 she started to become depressed about her age. After some encouragement from her family Julia decided to open her own cafe and bake for the local community. “I have never felt better, my confidence has grown and turning 60 was the best thing that has happened to me in years!”
AmbassadorPerforms at his local every FridayAged 76Tommy, who has always loved music, never explored it as a career when he was younger focusing on meeting his wife and providing for the family. Now happily retired Tommy is focusing on doing what he loves and has not let his age stop him from staying up and dancing with the ‘young ones’ till the early hours.
Pat Ascroft, BME
Completes extreme fundraising challenges
Awarded Queens medal for her contribution to fundraising in Chorley, Pat is well known for her extreme fundraising challenges for charity. She recently climbed Mount Fuji, went dog sledging in the Artic and built toilets in Peru.
The generosity of our Patrons and philanthropic supporters makes a significant difference to Age Concern Central Lancashire,
not simply financially but in regards to its profile, impact and future sustainability.