Emergency Numbers


Whatever you may be going through you can call the samaritans from any phone they are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This is a free phone number to call


If you or someone you are supporting is at risk of hurting themselves or anyone around them ring 999

Self care

Stock your medicine cabinet for minor cuts, grazes, bruises, minor sprains, coughs and colds.


Visit your local Pharmacy for expert advice in medicines, clinical expertise, together with their practical knowledge, to advise you on minor health concerns.

NHS 111

Call 111 to speak to a highly trained adviser. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.  

GP Advice

If you feel unwell, vomiting, ear pain, back pain or have symptoms that don’t go away, call your local GP for advice.

For out of hours advice call 111.

How do I report a crime?

If you need to report a serious incident please dial 999. For Non- Emergencies dial 101.

For Anti-terrorist hotline call 0800 789 321, contact the independent charity CrimeStoppers to report a crime or suspicious behaviour anonymously.

If you have witnessed or been a victim of hate crime you must report it by either calling the numbers above or online through Lancashire Police or through True Vision.

To report fraud or for more advice, visit the Action Fraud website or call 0300 123 2040.