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This morning, we welcomed Year 10 @UHHSchool students into our magnificent Motor Vehicle workshop, in which FMCG brought in a Formula 1 car for the students to practice tyre changes on 🏎️

A great morning was had by all! 😃

Today is a sad day. Many aspects of the Nationality and Borders Act come into force, including those that treat refugees differently depending on how they entered the UK, criminalisation of people entering the UK to seek asylum, and measures that increase barriers to protection

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On #WorldRefugeeWeek, here’s a #ThrowbackThursday to our incredible students who set up free English lessons for refugees from around the world.

The lessons started in March and will run until July at the Ecumenical Centre in Skelmersdale. #WeAreEHU #TBT

Thank you once again to parishioners of St. Anne’s church in Ormskirk.

The Ask Club, at the Skelmersdale Ecumenical Centre, passed on two more donated bicycles to locally situated people seeking asylum.


Concerned about it & critical of gov approaches with it. But one of the absolutely bloody amazing things Homes For Ukraine has achieved is the seismic expansion in our movement.

The orange heart is so much bigger & brighter for it.

Thank you incredible hosts 🧡

Friday cheer tweet: Met with a group of hosts for #homesforukraine. In all the difficult news it was uplifting to see a fresh army of people who care enough to open their homes.

This programme if fraught with difficulty & risk, but it’s also full to the brim with kindness.

Skelmersdale United pre-season starts in two weeks time when Lancaster City are the visitors to the JMO Sports Park on Saturday July 2nd with a 3pm ko.

Thank you to Michael from Ormskirk, a parishioner at St Anne’s Church, for your donation of a bicycle.

West Lancashire welcomes refugees.

Want to help?

Please get in touch with the Ask Club.

Please donate food and toiletries to the Ask Club.

Please see our current needs list:

Local people seeking asylum and refugees living in poverty come along to the Monday afternoon drop-in sessions and receive support.

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