THE PULSE - RELOCATION UPDATE 26TH JANUARY 2022
The Pulse has now relocated to Unit 137 in The Concourse (opposite Peacocks).
For the safety of our volunteers and attendees please listen to the announcement video and read the Trustees' statement below.
TRUSTEES' STATEMENT 1ST AUGUST 2021.
Good Afternoon everyone,
This announcement comes as an addendum to the previous video.
As many of you aware, the aim of The Pulse is to support anyone who needs it, regardless of age, gender, race, disability or sexual orientation.
We have a large number of clients who are clinically vulnerable, as are all the volunteers, and, indeed the Trustees.
We have taken the decision to open The Pulse from tomorrow, 9AM till 2PM, but despite the many modifications we have made, the equipment purchased and procedures in place, The Trustees feel that there is no way to mitigate risk to a safe enough level for un-controlled admission to Pulse.
The only factor that we (in common with large event organisers etc.) can safely and discretely assess is the vaccination status of our clients.
This is not a ‘vaccine passport’ but in order to protect our volunteers and clients, admission to The Pulse will require proof of at least one vaccine.
We encourage all those who wish to come in to Pulse to obtain a vaccine at the earliest possible opportunity.
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THE PULSE ONLINE
Growth and Strength within the Community
The Pulse is a community based Charity providing a venue for a range of groups and activities, with a view to improving the physical and mental well being in Skelmersdale.
The Pulse is currently moving to The Pulse online. Please register below for access and further details.
Reducing Isolation, Improving physical and Mental Health for the community within Skelmersdale, West Lancashire.
THREE LITTLE BIRDS MENTAL HEALTH CAFE
Come and have a 'virtual' chat over a cuppa, with our caring volunteers who have experience of poor Mental Health.
The black sheep of the family experienced pain, rejection, self-doubt, self-blame, self-loathing, unworthiness, loneliness, helplessness, lack of support, etc. They also learned to forgive, love and heal themselves, and they often become healers and sources of light for others.