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Wyre Together was launched in June 2010 and now has over 170 group members. It is free to join and members are able to share information and work together on the priorities for Wyre.  Wyre Together has a steering group who meet every 3 months to confirm the priorities for the partnership and we also have a number of task groups to work on the agreed actions.



Current Priorities:-

Promoting the work of Wyre voluntary, community and faith sector groups

Promoting and raising the awareness of volunteering

Acting as a communication, engagement and representation mechanism for Wyre groups

To review the current Compact Agreement

To facilitate the Children, Young People and Families Forum

To deliver and promote Dementia Friends Awareness across Wyre

2014 Wyre Together Successes (so far)


January – Wyre Together Information Event held to highlight the Big Lottery funding application and consult with members of the public and local groups

Feb – April- Volunteer Wyre (Bus) developed to provide a mobile outreach programme across Wyre promoting volunteering opportunities

April – Wyre Together Showcase Event held at the Marine Hall in Fleetwood. Over 70 local groups attended to promote their work and services and network with other groups

April – Volunteer Wyre (Bus) launched at the Showcase Event

June – Wyre Together Awards held. 48 nominations received and special celebration event held to present all the nominees with a certificate and announce the winners

June- Lead Professionals Awareness Event held to raise awareness of local groups working with children, young people and families

July- Wyre Together Drug Awareness Event held with 76 people attending. Talks were provided by Young Addaction, Lancashire Police and the Amy Winehouse Foundation

July – Volunteer in Wyre leaflet produced to promote volunteering opportunities

August- Wyre Together Steering Group membership reviewed to ensure all diversities and geographical locations included.

Monthly newsletters issued to all members confirming progress of actions and including a ‘Featured Group of the Month’


Future Events

December- Wyre Together Conference to be held

December –  Children, Young People and Families Awareness Event to be held at Homestart Fylde

If you would like to attend the above events or become a member of Wyre Together please contact

Jane Williams on 01253 887437, [email protected]