Our Projects

Our consortium approach brings together diverse expertise, combining the strengths of various members.

Here’s a glimpse into our diverse portfolio of successful projects.  

Stable Lives – CMHT

Through the CMHT Grant Fund, we are proud to support Stable Lives, a distinguished charity that has made significant strides in mental health support across Lancashire for over a decade.

Read more

Covid and Flu Awareness Champions

This initiative is designed with the specific objective of increasing vaccination uptake, particularly first-time vaccinations, among key at-risk groups across Lancashire and South Cumbria. These include individuals suffering from asthma, diabetes, respiratory viral infections (RVI), heart issues, and obesity.

Read more

Multiply Programme

Multiply is an ambitious numeracy program across Blackburn with Darwen. The mission is to empower individuals of all ages by enhancing their functional numeracy skills.

Read more

Bridge to Home

The service partnership collaborates with individuals who occupy a bed in one of the mental health care team wards across the North West. The primary goal is to facilitate their access to housing upon safe discharge. The case management support provided by the partnership includes several components.

Read more

Diabetes Care and Connect Champions

67 committed champions deliver nationally approved messaging in relation to Type 2 diabetes in their communities and networks across Pennine and Central Lancashire. They predominantly target families and young people who are at a higher risk of developing, have a pre-diabetes diagnosis or a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes.

Read more

Asthma Community Health Champions

86 committed, experienced asthma health champions deliver key health messages, advice on asthma management and other social determinants that affect health in families and communities across Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Read more

Young People on Ward Support

Two separate commissions from LSC ICB to support ward clients on Children’s mental health wards in Blackburn (12 months support), and Blackpool (6 months support) to support young people with a range of on-ward therapeutic support sessions in response to known or emerging needs to reduce anxiety, reduce crisis and conflict, develop coping strategies and time to talk through any worries.

Read more

Blood Pressure Casefinding

Commission from Lancashire County Council to upskill community champions to take blood pressure checks and signpost individuals appropriately into local support based on their presenting needs.

Read more

Holiday Activity Programme

Commission from Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and Lancashire County Council to deliver to deliver a quality and action packed programme of holiday clubs, incorporating meaningful activities and food to engage children and young people from vulnerable families on free school meals across the borough.

Read more

Join Today,
Grow Your Impact

Spring North is a member-based charity consortium covering Central and West Lancashire, Pennine, Morecambe Bay, and the Fylde Coast. 

Join hundreds of North West organisations in becoming a Spring North member for free. Alongside managing projects in the community, we offer a variety of business support services to our members as well as information, training, advice, and guidance.