AGM – Wednesday 24 November 2021

The Orrell Trust AGM takes place on Wednesday 24 November, 5pm at our base in St John & St James Church and Community Centre. All are welcome! Please join us to celebrate the many successes of The Orrell Trust over the last year. Minutes of the January 2021 AGM Chair’s Report Project Update Finance Report Election of Trustees Any other business Chair: John Forrest Vice Chair: Lorraine Webb Secretary: Sue Green Treasurer: Vacant Ordinary Members: Rev. Alan Finch, Linda Heaton, Paulette Sheridan, Rev. Andrew Stott, and Dennis Tyrrell.

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Quiz Night on 19 November

Join us for our Quiz Night on Friday 19 November at St John & St James Church and Community Centre. Doors open at 6:30pm with the quiz getting underway at 7pm. Tickets are £5 per person - or £4 if bought in advance. Pop into the community centre or phone 0151 933 2116 to secure your place. Teams are a maximum of 6. Bring your own refreshments. Nibbles provided.

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Celebrating our Volunteers

On Friday 10 September an afternoon tea was held at The Orrell Trust to recognise and celebrate the hard work and dedication of our volunteer team. Volunteers are at the heart of everything we do at The Orrell Trust. Their energy, enthusiasm, and commitment is crucial to the success of our projects and activities. It is no exaggeration to say that we couldn’t do what we do without their support. Our team of volunteers work with The Orrell Trust in a rich variety of ways. From supporting our projects with older people, our Jolly Soap Opera Mob, and our [...]

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Introduction to British Sign Language

This combined training will offer the opportunity to gain knowledge about the barriers D/deaf people face and the basic skills necessary to communicate effectively with D/deaf people. Each week skills and knowledge will be built on. Signs will be taught, based on everyday topics such as greeting, introductions, family, food, home etc. The students will be encouraged to communicate with each other using BSL, to help improve receptive and productive skills. This six week course runs on Wednesday evenings, 6-7pm, from 28 July. Register by email or by telephone 0151 933 2116 Delivered by the Deafness Resource Centre [...]

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Clinical Pilates

Join us for a free six-week course of Pilates especially designed for those living with back and neck pain, recovering from injury or surgery, or post natal. Tuesdays, 1:30 - 2:30pm, beginning 29 June 2021 at St John & St James Church and Community Centre, Bailey Drive, Bootle. The benefits of Pilates include: Greater muscle strength and endurance improving physical ability. Increase in mobility and flexibility Better posture reduction in stress levels Improvements in sleep patterns Weight management Reduction in pain in joints and spine Helps clear the mind Register by email or telephone 0151 933 2116 Supported [...]

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We are recruiting

The Orrell Trust is looking for a self-motivated and innovative person to become our Children & Young Peoples Development Officer. You will lead the development of our offer to children and young people in the local community. You will work creatively with new and existing partners to develop and deliver projects for children and young people that promote wellbeing and support them in reaching their full potential. Working alongside sessional worker(s) and volunteers you will create safe and supportive environments where young people will learn to: Treat themselves and others with kindness and respect. Discover new ideas and activities that [...]

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