The Wheels on the bus go round and round on Friday 2nd June to Stanley Park, Blackpool, They will be going on the beach, to the Park, and the Session workers have great things planned. Thank you to our Session Workers and Drivers for all that you do. If you require any further information please […]
Our next Coffee Morning will be on Tuesday 13th June 9.30 -12.30. All are welcome. No appointment needed. If you have children who are under school please bring them along as we have a qualified session worker. If you require any further information please call 0151 709 2994
Come down to our wonderful OLLY charity shop in Bootle Strand Ground floor, 5 the Palatine Strand shopping centre Liverpool. We have so much to offer from our very popular Bric-a-Brac items! to DVD’s, Books, Children’s clothing, Designer Clothing. There is always something for everybody at our shop! If you would like to know more […]
The wonderful Jean Taylor has been nominated for the Merseyside Woman of the Year 2017 Award and is now one of the running finalists. Jean has used her strength and determination to create a charity that has supported numerous people across Merseyside we can’t think of anyone more deserving of such a title. Please vote […]
Our next coffee morning with FFFJ will be in The HUB on Tuesday 13th June 2017, 9:30 – 12:30. Everyone’s welcome to come in for a chat, or to find out more about the work done by OLLY and FFFJ, as well as other upcoming events. You can also use this time to talk with us […]
This Monday (29th May), we took 12 children on a trip to Yellow Sub Children’s Play Area in Liverpool. They had great fun climbing, playing on the slides and tunnels and playing a game of football. As always, many thanks to our session workers and drivers!
Coffee Morning Tuesday 6th June 9.30 – 12.30. All are welcome. Please come along to find out what we do, what we have planned and also if you just want to talk. You are able to talk privately with Beverly. If you require further information please call 0151 709 2994
Our Lost Love Years (OLLY) was created by Joseph, a young boy who lost his mother to murder.
OLLY provides children and young people who have suffered the loss of a loved one through acts of violence and also children from communities across merseyside with support and a range of activities designed at helping them to re-gain the fun in their lives and help them re-establish and make friendships following their traumatic experiences.