Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Together Garden

The Together Garden


Throughout the summer, we have been running a gardening project at Webb Lane Allotments in Stockport. Brian, who comes to the allotment every week, has named the project ‘The Together Garden’ and that’s what we do – garden together. We’ve created an inclusive, welcoming place where people can do as…

Anna’s Blog – ‘Yellowhammer’ confirms Brexit fears


The details of Operation Yellowhammer, finally released earlier this week have confirmed some of my worst fears about a ‘no deal Brexit.’ It will be as I, and so many others have predicted, the poorest and most vulnerable people in the country who will be the hardest hit. The document…

Manchester Recruitment Event


Are you looking for a new role in care? We are currently recruiting for both paid and voluntary roles within Manchester and the surrounding area and will be holding a Recruitment drop-in event on Wednesday 25th September at our Creative Together Centre, located on Swan Street in Manchester City Centre.…

Creative Support CEO says the most vulnerable will be the hardest hit by a no-deal Brexit


Tuesday 10th September 2019 National care provider Creative Support has warned that people with disabilities, older people and those on low incomes will be the worst affected if Britain leaves the EU with no deal. “The availability of food and other essential goods and services is difficult to predict after…

News release – Football league tackling mental health issues wins FA award

News release – Football league tackling mental health issues wins FA award


Creative Support’s Social Inclusion Football League has won ‘Project of the Year’ in the first ever Lancashire FA Annual Awards. Hosted by Old Trafford Stadium Announcer, Alan Keegan, the gala celebration was held to honour and thank all those who have helped football flourish throughout Lancashire. The ‘Project of the…