As we continue to find new and innovative ways to raise funds for @headwaylancaster and Morecambe Bay, we are currently asking for any Clothes, Paired Shoes, Belts and Handbags that are still in wearable condition. We have set up an account with Nathan’s Wastesavers who will give us 15 pence a kilo. If you would…

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Sit back, get a brew and enjoy a virtual tour with our very own Headway TV. Presenter, Lynne Moran will show you an allotment that is just bursting with produce and waiting to be visited …..and let’s hope that is very, very soon!

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As a small voluntary organisation who are self-funding Headway Lancaster and Morecambe Bay rely on the goodwill of others to enable us to support our members, all of whom are brain injury survivors. As our planned fundraising events were cancelled due to Covid 19, it is with enormous thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund,…

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Thank you to Gary and Sue and Lynne and Graham for taking such good care of our allotment during lockdown. It is looking amazing and we are all looking forward to visiting soon.

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Thought you might enjoy a virtual walk around the allotment filmed and narrated by our very own ‘Anchor Woman’ Lynne Moran. The videos chronicle the development of our allotment at Dorrington Road and really highlights just how far we have come. It is an amazing space for our members to meet up and get involved.…

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We were so delighted to be chosen for a £500 award from www.localgiving.org/magic-little-grants which will be used towards transport cost for some of our members to get to our allotment and the gym. We received a Magic Little Grant through the partnership between Localgiving and Postcode Community Trust. At such a challenging time we are…

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Gary, Sue, Graham and Lynne have clearly been very busy down at the Headway allotment and their hard work is paying off. I’ve likely identified some of the plants incorrectly, but it’s just to keep you on your toes. Enjoy!!

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In 2012, Catherine Erdal suffered a stroke and from that day onwards, her life completely changed. Up until then Catherine had been living an extremely busy, interesting and active life. She enjoyed writing and had published a children’s story, loved her job working abroad as a teacher before going on to become a lecturer and senior manager…

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Hello all, hope you are all well. The allotment is coming along nicely, and looking out of the window I can see the first sign of rain for a number of weeks . As you can see from the photos there are lots of seedlings which will soon be ready for planting out and the…

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As ‘lockdown’ continues to affect our usual daily lives, here are just a few snippets about how we have been supporting our members. Our virtual buddy system ensures that all our members are being contacted regularly either by phone, text or social media. Using Whatsapp has been a real life line for many of our…

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