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Lark Lane Community Centre – Activities

Centre providing a variety of activities, events and workshops for the local community, run by St Michael’s and Lark Lane Community Association (SMLLCA).

The Community Centre is open with some changes. Contact the class organiser for the latest class information.

Activities

Angling 

We run a free angling project suitable for adults and youths with an array of physical and mental well-being benefits.

  • You’ll learn about fishing and put this into action. We have all the necessary equipment for your lesson (including specialist equipment for children and those with disabilities) and you’ll make new friends whilst learning about the sport in an outdoor
    environment. 
  • You can fish in our local parks including Sefton Park, Princess Park and our occasional field trips outside of Merseyside to explore places further afield.

*For more information regarding eligibility and access to the angling project please contact us via 0151 222 1089 or
larklanecommunitycentre@gmail.com spaces are limited and available on a first-come first-serve basis.

VR Holistic Therapies

We offer a range of augmented-reality holistic VR therapies that surround health and wellbeing themes such as: 

  • Breathing exercises to aid in anxiety, hypertension, asthma and more.
  • Programmes for addiction and phobias
  • Meditation and other therapies for depression and anxiety.

*Taster sessions for VR therapies are £10 and more information regarding concessions is available via 0151 222 1089 or
larklanecommunitycentre@gmail.com

‘Give Us a Break’ holiday project

The Lark Lane Community Centre runs an annual project set out to make a difference to vulnerable families in Liverpool, by providing them with a fully-funded residential break to relieve the stresses of life.

Families are taken away to beach locations in Wales such as Abersoch. Locations are a safe haven in a refreshing environment, where children and their families can be set free from everyday pressures and routine.

Many of these families have otherwise never had a holiday.

We believe all children and young people in need have the right to experience a marine environment to play safely and explore.

*Information for the Summer 2021 Give Us a Break project is pending subject to Covid-19 restrictions. For information regarding previous years projects visit
our Facebook site @GiveUsABreakLarkLane

Horticulture

Between April-October the Lark Lane Community Centre runs a horticulture project that has proven to be massively beneficial to the wellbeing of those involved from the community. For 2021 we are planning to re-open the project and we will be advertising
for involvement towards free projects such as: 

  • Charity plant sales 
  • Youth horticulture educational days 
  • Horticulture holistic therapy sessions

*More information to be released in April 2021 detailing open days and projects.

City Council Adult Learning

Lark Lane Community Centre hosts classes provided by the Liverpool City Council Adult Learning Services. The below classes are free for individuals in receipt of benefits or to those earning under £18,360:

  • Keep Mentally Healthy, Be Your Own Inspiration 
  • Mindfulness Walks 
  • Explore your Goals and Achievements
  • Volunteering – level 1

*Adult learning classes are subject to update and change and a new curriculum will be posted for 2021. For more up-to-date information visit the city council website at https://liverpool.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/adult-learning/our-courses/listed-courses/
or contact us via larklanecommunitycentre@gmail.com 

Volunteers contact information and wishlist 

We are always in need of help and voluntary aid. For anyone wishing to get involved in 2021 in any way please email us at
larklanecommunitycentre@gmail.com and tell us about yourself, your background and interests and any availability.
Voluntary positions can encompass a spectrum of roles ranging from administrative to hands-on work and we are always keen to make use of local skills to enhance our local community.

How can I access this service?
Contact the class organiser before attending, or book in advance
When is this service open?
See the main description. The schedule is subject change without notice.
How much will it cost me?
Costs vary. See the main description.
Social media

Follow Lark Lane Community Centre on Facebook and GiveUsABreak on
Facebook

What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What areas of the city is this for?
People from anywhere in the city

Contacts

Lark Lane Community Centre - Activities, The Old Police Station, 80 Lark Lane, L17 8UU
http://www.larklanecomcentre.org.uk/

 

 

Delivered in partnership with

Healthwatch Liverpool
Citizens Advice Liverpool