The Lancashire Partnership Against Crime

About LANPAC   News   Our Members   Projects   Board of Directors   Contact Us   Home

Friday 1st March 2013

As you are aware, the LANPAC Annual Dinner is hosted by our Chairman, Jimmy Armfield CBE DL and is one of the foremost events in Lancashire's social calendar, with a host of distinguished guests and a reputation for high quality entertainment and food.

LANPAC’s 2012 Dinner raised almost £3,000 to further our work in crime prevention and the reduction of anti-social behaviour throughout Lancashire. We are experiencing a steady rise in the number of calls for help from local police officers and we are now facing greater demands for our services than at any time in the past, so our fundraising becomes ever more important. Last year we allocated more than £116,000 to over 200 projects, all designed at finding local solutions to local problems.

Our next Dinner will be held on Friday 1st March 2013, but with one significant change. Throughout the year, we work closely with The Prince’s Trust – Lancashire charity. Last year they helped over 1000 young people - more than 850 of whom have gone on to find work, enter further education, or start their own businesses. In the current economic climate it seemed good business sense to hold a joint event to celebrate our 20th Anniversary. The Prince’s Trust - Lancashire have agreed to take up this offer to join with us and we are now beginning to make the detailed preparations.

The event will once again be a formal dinner with a mixed audience and will be held at Blackburn Rovers Football Club. As you will be aware Jimmy Armfield is a former Captain of the national England football team and was part of the World Cup winning squad in 1966. Jimmy has extended invites to the dinner to his former team mates including Sir Bobby Charlton and Roger Hunt MBE. They have attended previous events, happily signing autographs during the comfort break and we look forward to them confirming their attendance. Johnnie Casson will be entertaining us with his special brand of Yorkshire humour.

On behalf of our hosts, Jimmy Armfield and Lord Shuttleworth, the Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and the County Patron of The Prince’s Trust we are contacting you at this early stage to invite you once more to support this prestigious event.

There are a number of ways in which you can choose to back this endeavour and they are descirbed in the attachment HERE.

If you wish to reserve a table for the event, please complete the attached reply form and return it to:

Julie Debicka
Lancashire Constabulary HQ
Saunders Lane

Should you feel unable to attend the dinner itself, then you might wish to secure an advertisement in the event’s Souvenir Programme, or perhaps you could donate a prize for the raffle, in which case there is provision for you to signify your intentions on the reply form.

We are working hard to ensure that the 2013 joint Dinner will be a most memorable evening, and I sincerely hope that you will be able to join us, or find some way of supporting this important venture.


Lancs Constabulary HQ
PO Box 77

Contact the Team
Feedback Form
How to Join LANPAC

FacebookLike us on Facebook

TwitterFollow us on Twitter


Annual Dinner
Young Citizen Awards


Annual Report
How to Join LANPAC
Recommend a Company
Marketing Materials
Use of the LANPAC Logo


Lancashire Constabulary


Whilst LANPAC are grateful for the support of our members, LANPAC and Lancashire Constabulary do not support or endorse ANY company’s products or services.



Please note:This is a Google search and LANPAC do not endorse the potential results.

The Lancashire Partnership Against Crime Ltd is a Company registered in England and Wales with Company Number 3328436 and Registered Charity Number 1064922. The Registered Office of the Company is PO Box 78, County Hall, Preston PR1 8XJ. LANPAC Ltd is the Trading Name of The Lancashire Partnership Against Crime Ltd with VAT Registration No 696227302.

|Site Map| |Privacy Statement| |© LANPAC 2009|