Huntingdonshire

We provide care services across Huntingdonshire including Huntingdon, Godmanchester, Ramsey, St Ives and St Neots. Find out about our range of support for people with care needs and family carers who live in Huntingdonshire.

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Family Carers: What would we do without them? Pride in Our Carers Awards 2018

The dedication and inspirational devotion of unpaid family carers and organisations that support them have been honoured in the Pride in Our Carers Awards 2018. The awards were presented last week at a special event at KingsGate Conference Centre in Peterborough, held jointly by Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Peterborough City Council to mark […]

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URGENT: Hinchingbrooke Hospital merger with Peterborough & Stamford Foundation Trust

Shared on behalf of Sandy Ferrelly. URGENT We are writing to ask you all for your help. As you probably know Hinchingbrooke will be formally merged with the Peterborough & Stamford Foundation Trust with effect from 1st April this year. In legal terms this is an acquisition, not a merger, because Hinchingbrooke is not a […]

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Celebrating one hundred Christmas cards sold to support carers

Thank you to all of those who have already bought our Christmas cards. We are pleased to announce over one hundred sets have sold so far with all proceeds going to support carers in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk communities. The top sellers have been our ‘four candles’ and beautiful ‘Christmas donkey’ cards, but what are […]

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Carers Trust Cambridgeshire Registered Manager Sadie Andrews Scoops Top Care Award

The Registered Manager for Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, Sadie Andrews, has been honoured with a top award in recognition of her outstanding work supporting people in need of professional care in their own home.

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Caring for a family member with severe learning disabilities

Are you caring for a family member with severe learning disabilities who displays challenging behaviour? Would you like to connect with other family carers in similar situations? If so The Challenging Behaviour Foundation are running carer catch ups hosted on Zoom which are suitable for you! The first meeting date is below, these will then […]

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Inside news September 2020

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Call for research participants – dementia care

Researchers from the University of Kent are looking for study participants to help them to understand how well social care services support people living with dementia and their family and friends, who support them. Who is the research for? People living in England who are a family member or friend of someone living with dementia, […]

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Better Health – Every Mind Matters: supporting children, young people and parents

New NHS-approved guidance from #EveryMindMatters, offers tips and advice for parents and carers on how to support children’s mental wellbeing. The past few months have been hard on everyone, including children and young people. But there are lots of things to do to support their wellbeing at this time. Head to http://www.everymindmatters.co.uk/ to find helpful […]

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Pedal power raises funds to support carers

We are pleased to celebrate everyone who took part in the MyPrudential Ride London Virtual event and the money raised so far with Caring Together to support carers of all ages in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk. Bryony and Alex took part to raise money and support carers in your community, representing Caring Together. Both completed […]

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iCare – Carer-fully selected news for you – February 2017

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A Celebration of Family Carers in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough – Sharing the Caring 2017

Passionate dementia campaigner Tommy Whitelaw will share his experience as an unpaid carer for his mother at an event in Cambridge to mark National Carers Week (12-18 June).

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Family Carers Celebrate Carers Week

Family carers have a chance to put themselves first for once and join in a host of fun events throughout Cambridgeshire to mark national Carers Week, 12-18 June.

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Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk to recruit new Trustees

Carers Trust Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk today announced a recruitment campaign for new Trustees for the charity.

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Do you need a listening ear?  

We know that looking after a family member or friend can be hard. That is why we have our Listening Ear service which gives you as a carer the opportunity to talk to one of our trained volunteers on the phone about the things that matter to you.   You may want to benefit from […]

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Return to school – helping young carers

The Children’s Society and Carers Trust are sharing a straightforward, no nonsense guide for schools to help with young carers returning to school They hope the advice and guidance this resource offer will help minimise the impact of Covid lockdown on a student young carer’s ability and motivation to reintegrate into full time education. Click […]

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Young Carers call out for votes to bag a share of bag fund

STEP Young Carers in Huntingdonshire and Peterborough are bidding to bag a massive cash boost from Tesco Bags of Help initiative.

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Looking for a challenge? Skydive from 10,000 feet!

Sky diving is an unforgettable experience filled with wonder, fear and excitement. Why not add to all of those emotions with some pride in the fact that you are raising money for carers?

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Support for carers with applying for college, university or a job

If you are a carer aged 16+ (a young adult carer) who is looking at applying to go to college or university, or thinking about writing up  your CV ready for job applications we are able to link you in to mentoring scheme. This scheme that is being offered through Carers Trust in partnership with […]

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iCare – Carer-fully selected news for you – March 2017

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Family’s lives changed in a split second by a football accident

A Huntingdonshire family’s lives were changed in a split second caused by an accident at a youth football match.  It is an example of how caring can be thrust upon a family in the blink of an eye, with no time to get used to their caring role, with no gradual build up that some […]

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Young Carers Given a Summer Break by Carers Trust Cambridgeshire

Carers Trust Cambridgeshire has planned a fun-packed programme of activities this summer for young carers it supports to give them a break from their caring role during the school holidays. One of the highlights is a trip to Hunstanton on Tuesday, 25 July for 115 young carers from Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk aged 8 – […]

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National Autistic Society – guide for parents on the return to school

The National Autistic Society have provided information for parents as they prepare their child for the transition back to school. You can view this at www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/topics/coronavirus/education-and-schools/guidance/a-guide-for-parents. There are also other resources in the section at www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/topics/coronavirus/education-and-schools/guidance If you are a teacher you may also want to see www.autism.org.uk/advice-and-guidance/topics/coronavirus/education-and-schools/guidance/a-guide-for-teachers

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Helping carers with back pain

You may have seen or been involved in some of the free online exercise classes Don’t Tone Alone CIC offered to unpaid carers from May 2020. Over this time period Don’t Tone Alone CIC was also able to reach out to carers who have benefitted from their services, and check in with their well-being. Listening […]

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iCare – Carer-fully selected news for you – May 2017

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iCare – Carer-fully selected news for you – July 2017

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Grant support available to families on lower incomes

Family Fund has received extra funding worth £10 million from the Department for Education to provide grants for families on low incomes raising disabled or seriously ill children in England this year. This emergency funding has been provided in response to the crisis presented by the Coronavirus pandemic and will help more parents and carers […]

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