Tackling the Blues mental health programme for children and young people is highlighting the effects of loneliness this Mental Health Awareness Week.
An aspiring midwife who swapped a career in digital marketing for helping pregnant women has been recognised for her commitment to the profession.
Edge Hill University will welcome a debut novelist back to campus for a reading of her book exploring survivalism and the legacy of Chernobyl.
Edge Hill University has launched a new advisory panel for care experienced and estranged students to ensure an inclusive environment.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted in no less than five categories in this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA) – including the coveted University of the Year title – with nominations based solely on student feedback.
Edge Hill University welcomed more than 60 people from Parent Power Oldham – a group which engages and empowers families from Oldham and breaks down barriers to accessing higher education.
Edge Hill University is offering support to academics and students after being twinned with a Ukrainian institution.
A Lancashire teenager is encouraging more young people to explore life at university, after a careers advice programme helped her make steps towards her dream job.
A Creative Writing student from Edge Hill University has been recognised for his unique poetry collection that gives a voice to historic and modern-day poverty.
A student who has helped improve children’s chances and experiences through her volunteering work while caring for her mum has been awarded a scholarship.