The Good Life Project in Partnership with Super Slow Way, the Linear Park and the Ripple Effect
The Good Life project delivers various workshops/activities along the canal in collaboration with Super Slow Way and the Ripple Effect.
Super Slow Way and the Ripple Effect
The Super Slow Way is a cultural development programme that covers 20 miles of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal corridor stretching through East Lancashire from Blackburn in the west, through Hyndburn and Burnley, and ending in Pendle in the east.Working with partners across the area, the Super Slow Way values and develops social spaces where people can express their own cultural identities and celebrate their own everyday creativity, whether singing in the mosque or on the football terrace or choosing what to wear in the morning.
The Ripple Effect is a new project to create new community spaces along the canal stretch through Nelson for people to come together, get to know one another and enjoy different activities.
Building Bridges Pendle and the Good Neighbours Initiative
Where local people can come together in a spirit of fun and community; create and build relationships to enjoy on a regular basis; strengthen community spirit; realise the importance of their role in making their neighbourhood a good place to live; have conversations and become aware of the needs of people in their area; and become more willing to cross cultural boundaries in their outlook towards the wider community.