Caring Together

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Caring Together provides information, advice, services and activities for carers in local communities, whilst campaigning for carers’ rights.

What to expect

Many of Caring Together’s services are free including:

  • counselling for carers;
  • emergency ‘What if’ plan and carer’s card;
  • employment support for carers;
  • young carers support;
  • volunteering opportunities;
  • peer support and carers groups.

Please visit the Caring Together website for details.

Carers Hubs:

Face-to-face carers hubs are free to join and take place every month in Girton and Great Shelford – they provide  opportunities to get together with other carers, hear talks about a range of relevant subjects and talk to Caring Together team members. Find out dates, times and venues by emailing [email protected] or by telephoning 0345 241 0954.

More information

Caring Together is a charity that is determined that no one who looks after someone else (an unpaid carer) should be in crisis, isolated or struggling alone.

Looking after someone can affect your health, friendships, finances, hobbies and employment. Too many carers feel lonely, overwhelmed and confused about where to go for help.

As a registered charity, they are there to make sure that you are supported at every stage of your caring role.

Their support includes:


You can visit the help and advice sections of their website to find out more. Or email [email protected] or call 0345 241 0954

How to contact

Where to go

South Cambridgeshire District
UK (available across South Cambs)


Great Shelford

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