Let’s make Lancashire the beacon county for mental wellbeing.
There’s a lot of good work going on that you can support and promote.

By leading the charge in challenging societies views of mental health and promoting mental wellbeing we can decrease peoples risk of developing a mental health condition. Through collaboration and innovation we can develop and nurture new ways of working to ensure everyone is treated with the respect they deserve and can be a full and active member of their local community and an equal in society.

Latest news

Children and Young People’s Wellbeing Coach vacancy
Funded by Children in Need, this post will work across West Lancashire over three years to reach disadvantaged children and young people at the earliest opportunity to enable them to improve and maintain their mental wellbeing.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Friday 7th July.
Download the CYP Wellbeing Coach recruitment pack (PDF) for details about the role and how to apply.

Opportunity to join the Lancashire Mind Board
We are looking to recruit several new Trustees to join our strong and proactive Board, to drive forward our strategy.
We particularly seek applicants with one or more of the following skills:

  • A qualification in accountancy and a thorough understanding of financial governance.
  • An understanding of how the voluntary sector operates at the national, Lancashire and local level.
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of the concepts and theories of Mental Wellbeing and Mental Health.
  • Knowledge and experience of lobbying and exerting political influence at a national, regional and local level.
  • Knowledge and experience of asset-based community development.
  • Knowledge and experience of housing provision.
  • Knowledge and experience of developing a commercially focused and distinct trading arm.

We welcome applications from high performing and well-connected individuals who feel that they offer other pertinent skills and/or connections that are not listed above.
Please note that this is a voluntary position with travel expenses reimbursed.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 17th July. Download the Trustee pack (PDF) for more information.

Children and Young People’s Community Development Lead vacancy
Do you feel passionately about enabling young people to build resilience enabling them flourish and succeed in life?
The Wellbeing Challenge has been funded by The Big Lottery to work with 500 children across 50 schools in Lancashire over three years. We are looking for an optimistic, motivated and innovative individual to develop and implement the Wellbeing Challenge.
Download the CYP Community Development Lead recruitment pack (PDF) for details about the role and how to apply.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 3rd July.

Community Development vacancy
Are you looking for a new challenge? Do you feel passionately about connecting communities to help create a happier Lancashire?
We’re looking for an optimistic and innovative individual to join our Community Development team.
Download the Community Development recruitment pack for details about the role and how to apply.
The deadline for applications is 10am on Tuesday 27th June.

Job Opportunity
Wellbeing Coach: we are looking for a passionate, hardworking and innovative individual to deliver our pioneering programme of universal resilience interventions, as part of the new HeadStart Blackpool Programme and beyond, to help us to change the lives of young people forever.
Download the Wellbeing Coach recruitment pack (PDF) for details about the role and how to apply.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 29th June.

Departure of CEO
With sadness we need to announce that after four successful and innovative years in post our current Chief Executive, Stewart Lucas, has decided it is time for him to seek further challenges elsewhere and will be leaving Lancashire Mind in early September.
Read the full announcement