Burnley Council are working with local partners, charities, services and volunteers to provide free help and support with everyday needs such as:
We want to bring together all the people who are helping our community to be safe in the most difficult times so that, if you aren’t sure who to turn to – we’ll know someone who can help.
Our dedicated helpline operates Monday – Friday, from 9am to 5pm
Burnley Together is a partnership between Burnley Borough Council and other local organisations to support people through the Coronvirus outbreak.
As well as these partners many local people have come forward to offer their services as a volunteer to help the local community in this difficult time. Volunteers are playing an essential role in the delivery of Burnley Together and we are grateful for their support.
We will always try our very best to get you the help and support you need. Every member of staff and each volunteer are working hard to make a difference to the lives of people in the borough of Burnley whilst following the guidance issued by the Government on keeping ourselves and each other safe.
Helping those in need across Burnley.
We’re here for you.
Do you need help?
If you are worried about any of the issues above, or are unsure of who to help you and your family, please call us on 01282 686402, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
Do you know someone who needs help?
If you are worried about someone, possibly a family member or neighbour, or someone you are helping but don’t know what to do next: call us on 01282 686402 so we can help them find the support they need.
Can you help?
We are on the lookout for local services and volunteers.
Get in touch with us so we can all work together for the people of Burnley. Call us on 01282 686402 to tell us how you’d like to help.
We know that lots of people and businesses are already doing everything they can and are making a huge difference in the most difficult times.
Need Support to Thrive?
Thrive is a brand new employment & skills hub created to help young people aged 16-24 access the support they need to enter work or education.