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We aim to give you a brief insight into the work, equipment, history and crew at Morecambe Station. The station is manned by approximately 36 volunteer crew and officials. We are backed up, along with 26 other station in the North, by a depot at Stockton-on-Tees that look after our spares and technical problems we cannot deal with on site.
Marie F said
They Do a fantastic job! All Respect to these Men and Women who put their lives at risk on call all year voluntary! God Bless you all.
Bay Trust Radio is a registered charity and relies 100% on sponsors, donations, grants and fund raising to remain on air and is one od our local charities with a national reputation. They have been broadcasting 24 hours a day to patients, staff and visitors of hospitals in the Morecambe Bay area for 35 years. However Bay Trust Radio is much more than Hospital Radio as not only can you hear them on the wards, but in hospital waiting areas, NHS Clinics and Dentists, and all around the World via the internet. And now you can even listen on your mobile by downloading their Mobile App.read more
For local charities in Lancaster, check out Wolfwood. A small team who devote their time to Wildlife Rescue, Wildlife Rehabilitation and the Rehoming of Rescue Dogs. If you would like to know more or would like to offer your services, call Wolfwood today! Donations always welcome.
Linda C said
Great kennels and fantastic work for charity. Lancaster's best kept secret!
CancerCare is dedicated to supporting of people with cancer, their families and their carers, and those bereaved by cancer. Ourfree services are available to anyone in North Lancashire and South Lakeland and include services such as freindship groups, counselling, hypnotherapy and services for children and youn people.
Sarah C said
They are a supportive network which is there for those with Cancer when they truly need it.
Ryan Stanford is one and a half and lives in Lancaster, but he's probably not like any other little boy you've ever met. Ryan suffers from Alpers' Disease, a serious genetic condition that has had a huge impact on his development and will rob him of much of the happiness and fun that life has to offer. Alpers' Disease affects a fraction of the population, and there is no cure.read more