Monthly Archives: November 2020

JOGLE Gin-Raising Challenge


Author: Zoe and Andy Arnold-Bennet of Shed 1 Distillery Shed 1 have created JOGLE Gin to raise money and awareness for Myton Hospice & CALM.  Participants will take part in an epic challenge which will take place next July, 2021. The challenge will include cycling from John O’Groats to Land’s End which will include swimming […]

5 Steps To Learn To Draw


Author: Su Melville of Su Melville Art Su recently held the Pink Link Paint Off to raise funds Unique Kidz and Co. The participants all said that they had forgotten how much they enjoyed being creative. In her blog, Su shares her 5 steps to learn to draw and to help you discover your inner […]

How to lose the interview nerves and exude self-confidence


Author: Anne Millne-Riley of The Self Development Hub and Author of Confidence Guru – Discover a Confident You Nerves Can Affect Your Interview Most people will tell you that they experience anxiety prior to an interview – it’s totally natural. When you have your sights set on the job of your dreams, the stakes feel […]

Promoting Positive Mental Health In The Workplace


Author: Breathe Therapies Breathe Therapies tackles the importance of promoting positive mental health in the workplace. This improves morale, productivity and reduces the number of sick days. This can help businesses save money and improve working conditions for their staff. Discover how this can help your business here.

10 Techniques To Use When You Feel Like Giving Up


Author: Anne Millne-Riley of The Self Development Hub Sometimes achieving success doesn’t happen the way you’d planned. It may take longer than you’d anticipated or life may get in the way. Anne shares 10 techniques to stop you from giving up and instead help you to master the art of not giving up.  Read her […]

Adding the Personal Touch to Christmas!


Author: Jacs Rawcliffe of PNG Digital It looks like Christmas 2020 will be rather different this year. Whilst we hope that we will be able to come together to celebrate the season, social distancing will mean that it won’t be so easy to see those who are special in our lives. It’s times like these […]

The Perpetuating Factors of Obesity


Author: Breathe Therapies This is Breathe Therapies third and final blog in their series on the precipitating, predisposing and perpetuating factors of obesity. There are a variety of different triggers for the onset of obesity, such as genetics, lifestyle, and socioeconomic status. Perpetuating factors relate to the conditions which maintain obesity. Breathe Therapies take an […]

New Furlough Measures


Author: Ray Howard of QHR Solutions It’s been a busy week! The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has announced several new measures to help give employers and employees some certainty over the winter months. Employment Law expert, Ray Howard, keeps you up to date with the latest news on the Furlough Scheme. Read her latest blog on […]

Furlough Scheme Extended


Author: Ray Howard of QHR Solutions Further to the Prime Minister’s emergency announcement that there would be another lockdown starting Thursday 5 November, the extended Furlough Scheme can help employers and employees weather the latest crisis. Ray Howard explains the details in her blog, discover more here.

Age Is Just A Number

Age Concern Central Lancashire Age Is Just A Number

During the first lockdown, Pink Link made the decision to highlight one of the charity Members each month. So many have been affected by the economic effect of Covid-19 that it was our way to help them to raise awareness and funds with our Members, visitors and followers. This month, Age Concern Central Lancashire are […]

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