Nest Lancashire partners with Blackpool Zoo and local businesses to help young victims of crime

Blackpool Zoo along with local catering companies Abbey Catering and Tasty Bites recently came together to support Nest, Lancashire’s victim support services for children and young people. The local businesses organised a day of activities for young people affected by crime, including domestic abuse, exploitation and the Manchester Arena terrorist attack. A group of children… Read More

Manchester Arena attack – One year anniversary

The 22nd of May 2018 will mark one year since the attack on Manchester Arena. A programme of events for the day has been put together by Manchester City Council, recognising each of the 22 people who lost their lives in the attack, those who were injured and first responders. The full programme of events… Read More

Nest Lancashire continues support for young survivors six months on from the Manchester terrorist attack

Today (Wednesday 22 November) marks six months since the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena and Nest, Lancashire’s victim support services for children and young people, continues to offer support to victims. The support service for ten to 18 year olds, delivered by independent charity Victim Support, recently concluded a second series of sessions for… Read More

Online support for young victims

Nest Lancashire, the support service for young victims of crime, bullying and harassment in Lancashire has launched its website today, 30 September. The website, which can be found at www.nestlancashire.org, offers information and guidance to young people aged 10 to 18 who have been left hurt or upset following a crime or incident. Young people can… Read More

Welcome to Nest Lancashire

Being the victim of a crime, or witnessing a crime taking place, can be a truly frightening experience. Nest Lancashire has created this resource as a way to offer help and support when you need it and when you’re ready for it. We have guides and information for many kinds of bullying and harassment, from cyber bullying… Read More