It’s estimated one in ten children aged 5 – 16 in Lancashire have a mental health disorder. That’s more than 19,000 young people.

On Wednesday 29th November, we will launch Emojinal Health, a fundraising campaign for a new service that aims to transform the lives of thousands of young people in Lancashire.

As part of our emotional health and wellbeing services, the Emojinal Health campaign will raise money to set up a telephone and online service offering counselling, advice and support to children in Lancashire who experience low level mental health issues including anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.

To celebrate  – and to kick start fundraising for the service – we’re staging a concert at Preston Guild Hall featuring 500 children from school choirs across the county.

And we’d like you to be there too!

It’ll be a night of singing, smiles and celebration, all with the aim of raising awareness of the desperate need to improve the mental health of young people in our county.

So why not join us from 6.30pm to 8.30pm to mark the start of bright future for Lancashire children.

1200 Lights Rehersal at Blackburn Cathedral

Preston Guild Hall Wednesday 29th November 6.30pm -8.30pm 

1200 Lights Rehersal at Blackburn Cathedral



A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have allowed the following schools to participate in the concert!

Blackburn Central School

Shadsworth Infant School

Sabden Primary School

St Andrew’s CE Primary School

Longton Primary School

Belthorn Academy School

St Augustins Primary School

St Ignatius’ Catholic Primary School

Lea Community Primary School

Holy Family RC Primary School

Whitefield Primary School

Feniscowles Primary School

St Anthony’s Primary

St Anne’s & Joseph’s RC Primary

Broadfield Specialist School

Book Tickets today… Wednesday 29th November… 6.30pm -8.30pm!

What to expect on the night…

Some sensational singing from the 500 children taking part in our school choirs, plus special performances from international opera singer and host Sean Ruane and Hayley Eccles, star of ITV’s The Voice. There’ll also be festive fun with our pop up Christmas market stalls, raffle prizes and the chance to learn more about the support young people will receive as part of our new Emotional Health service.

Why not be apart of the concert programme?

We have a variety of advertising opportunities available that we believe will flatter ALL budgets. Whilst providing the charity with vital support in raising funds ensuring the night is one to be remembered for OUR young people! No support will be seen as too small and will all equally go towards providing young people with an unforgettable experience!

• This year we are anticipating an audience of over 800 people!!

• Reaching thousands of individuals across social media!

• Gaining Press & Media interest.

With all this in mind we have opportunities to get involved from as little as £35 this really is a small price to pay to gain great business exposure, whilst supporting a cause that is close to everyone’s heart.

Please contact Paula on 01254 244700 to find out how your business can make a difference to the lives of young people in Lancashire.


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Quarter Page (105 x 148mm) £35

Find out how your business can make a difference to the lives of young people in Lancashire call 01254 244700


We are raising funds to set up a telephone counselling service offering advice and support to young people experiencing mental health issues including anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.  We need to reach a target of £125,000 in order to set up the service and keep it running for two years. Addressing young people’s mental health concerns at an early stage can stop them escalating and help to avoid further problems in adulthood. That’s why a service like this is so important.