At Carrington Textiles we are committed to help the community, that’s why we have decided to provide 10% of all our Carrington Masks sales to two local charities close to our heart.
Derian House Children’s Hospice – Lancashire, United Kingdom
Derian House Children’s Hospice, based in Chorley, is renowned throughout the region as being at the forefront of children’s palliative and respite care. The charity first opened its doors back in 1993 in response to a desperate need for children’s hospice care in Lancashire and Cumbria.
Families who have a child with a life shortening condition can choose from a range of care and support services to meet their Family Support, and end of life care, either at home, or in Derian House. The emphasis is on giving support to children and their families, and providing them with choices which deliver an approach to care as individual as they are.
Find out more about Derian House by visiting their website.
Inspire Youth Zone- Lancashire, United Kingdom
Chorley Youth Zone, named by young people as ‘Inspire’, is a purpose-built facility for the borough’s young people aged 8 – 19, and up to 25 for those with disabilities.
The Youth Zone is located on Chapel Street and officially opened on Saturday 5th May 2018.
Inspire is based upon OnSide Youth Zones 21st Century Youth Facility Model, where young people from across Chorley have access to fantastic facilities for a cost of £5 for an annual membership and 50p per visit.
Inspire Youth Zone provides a fun and safe environment where young people can come and enjoy themselves and will enable young people to raise their aspirations and confidence to create a happier and healthier generation.
Find out more about Inspire here.
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Based in Lancashire and with 130 years’ experience in the textile industry, we are the largest producer of workwear fabrics in the UK, exporting to more than 80 countries and producing over 55 million metres of fabric annually.