An organisation in Burnley has launched a new chapter after moving into new premises.

Recently, New Era Enterprises, a not-for-profit voluntary organisation which provides training and courses, moved premises.

The organisation aims to tackle current and emerging issues around poverty, isolation, and health and well-being, around East Lancashire.

At its launch day, the organisation provided a fantastic opportunity for people to not only explore the site’s new location but to discover more about the services offered by New Era.

The new services including their first aid training, family courses and emotional health and wellbeing support.

The day was a great opportunity for the New Era team to showcase who they are, what they do, and above all, their exciting vision and ideas for the organisation’s upcoming 12 months.

Friends and family were encouraged to give feedback and put forward their own ideas for the future of New Era, with one gentleman commenting: “the new building is a really warm and inviting space with so much potential for New Era to build on the amazing work they already do.”

The New Era team are looking forward to welcoming professionals and members of the community to future events at their new location on Chapel Place, off Hammerton Street.

A spokesperson for the organisation said: “New Era Burnley works to to improve poverty, isolation and wellbeing in Burnley and East Lancashire by inspiring, transforming and connecting communities one life at a time.

“New Era Enterprises is a not-for-profit cooperative that, since 1986, has provided specialist, practical support that meets a wide range of key local needs.

"Located in the centre of Burnley, we tackle current and emerging issues around poverty, isolation, and health and well-being.

“We work in the local area with local people identifying need and providing a wide range of services through our family, engagement and health and wellbeing hubs.”