Directory of Services
We will support everyone - who needs our help: Food and essentials Listening, support over the phone Dog walking Post Making a friendships Etc. We are here - to support you.
A free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The helpline staff can offer information, link callers to local groups and services and offer regular befriending
Brownsfield House, 25 Sherbourne Close, Cambridge
We are a domiciliary care agency providing support to adults living in their own homes in Cambridgeshire. We are able to provide assistance with personal care, medication, continence care, shopping, housework and companionship.
Suite 4, The Stables, Church Street, St. Neots
We are a Carers Support Service for people who are caring for friends or family who have mental ill health. Our telephone lines are open everyday and people can also email. We are happy to talk to anyone with concerns about mental wellbeing.
This group has been created to provide support and help (eg. shopping or prescription pick ups) for anyone living in Whittlesford during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We support the wellbeing and creativity of LGBTQ+ young people in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and surrounding areas through information, support and groups. We build inclusive communities to tackle inequalities through consultancy, training and
Newnham south of Barton Road Neighbour mutual support with shopping, post, collecting prescriptions, walking dog, telephone chat. Help is organised on a street basis, and we are liaising with the other RAs and informal support groups in our area as
16-17 St Mark's Street. Peterborough
Citizens Advice Peterborough (CAP) is a charity, established in 1967; to serve local people, providing free advice for the problems they face, as well as working to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives. We are
Library Car Park, High Street, Warboys
Fri; 10 July 20207:00pm to 9:00pm
Weekly youth bus session for young people in school year 7 upwards. Includes games consoles, internet access, music, tuck shop, craft and sports activities. Each session is staffed by youth workers who are there to make it a safe enjoyable
Dementia Adventure help people live better with dementia by connecting them to the outdoors, their community and help retain a sense of adventure in their lives. They provide supported dementia holidays where partners, family, friends and carers can