December 12, 2014
Recycling Lives is delighted to welcome new volunteer, Dipak. Deepack approached the charity in November, keen to get involved in local community projects.
December 10, 2014
Matthew has big plans for Recycling Lives Recycling Park Experienced chef Matthew Massaro has joined Recycling Lives to take over as supervisor at the Social Enterprise Café at the Recycling Lives Recycling Park in Preston.
December 8, 2014
Recycling Lives is delighted to announce that it is now working with Freshfayre, a quality wholesaler of fresh produce which prides itself on first class customer service and the traceability of all its products.
November 14, 2014
In our click-of-a-button, digital age, most of us can expect to access volumes of information almost instantly: downloads, one-click purchasing, instant messaging and so much more…
September 24, 2014
Charity Resident Adam, who has been on the Recycling Lives scheme for two months, found himself using his First Aid skills in a real-life situation when he witnessed a man being knocked off his bike by a car.
September 16, 2014
Recycling Lives is proud to report that two of our Residents have secured work placements with EM Highways. We have a long-standing relationship with EM Highways, a dedicated highways maintenance and management provider specialising in the delivery of road maintenance contracts.
Lancashire Community Recycling Network awarded Best Partnership Project in National Recycling Awards
August 20, 2014
Congratulations are in order for the Lancashire Community Recycling Network (LCRN), who recently won Material Recycling World’s National Recycling Award for Best Partnership Project!
August 18, 2014
Recycling Lives charity is pleased to announce the opening of a second social enterprise café at our Head Office in Preston today.
July 25, 2014
Our hardy Residents are recovering after a trip to the Lake District saw the intrepid bunch scaling local monolith, Pavey Ark.
July 21, 2014
When two of our charity Residents and our charity manager joined a team of local volunteers at a FareShare Neighbourhood Food Collection, they had no idea how big a helping hand they were really offering!