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  1. Cambs Home Improvement Agency (Cambs HIA)

    If you are elderly or disabled HIA may be able to assist you to achieve essential adaptations or repairs.

  2. Disability Huntingdonshire (DISH)

    CURRENTLY ONLY OFFERING SUPPORT VIA PHONE SUPPORT WITH DISABILITY BENEFIT APPLICATIONS FOR DISABILITY LIVING ALLOWANCE EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT ALLOWANCE PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE PAYMENTS ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE.

  3. Great Staughton and Perry Community Support Group - Covid-19

    Great Staugton and Perry

    A support group established to help our community during the Covid-19 outbreak.

  4. Madingley Road Area Residents Association - Covid-19

    We are a group of local residents along Madingley Road between Northampton Street and Landsdowne Road  offering support to those in the area who need to self-isolate during the coronavirus outbreak. If you need help or you know of someone else who

  5. Age UK Hub - Ramsey Library

    Ramsey Library, 25 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire,

    Mon; 20 July 20202:00pm to 4:00pm

    Advice and information drop-in session for older people. We can help you fill in forms and access local services and support.

  6. IT Drop-in - St Neots Library

    St Neots Library, Priory Lane, St Neots,

    Tue; 14 July 202010:00am to 12:00pm

    Join our friendly volunteers and learn more about using your computer or iPad! You can drop in whenever you want and learn at your own pace. Our volunteers are very patient and helpful, and always welcome new people. So come along and get started!

  7. The Kings Hedges Family Support Project

    Normally providing weekly drop-in family support activities for local families with babies and children up to the age of 3. Currently providing virtual and telephone support, access through social media and signposting to local help (e.g. Mutual Aid

  8. Peterborough Association for the Blind

    Peterborough Association for the Blind (PAB) provides support for people with serious sight problems in Peterborough, their carers, family and friends to help reduce isolation and enable members to carry on with activities they enjoy.

  9. SHINE ( (Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, Information, Networking, Equality)

    Shine, 42 Park Road, Peterborough,

    Shine is a community of individuals, families, friends, and professionals, sharing achievements, challenges and information on living with hydrocephalus, and/or spina bifida, and related issues. We provide specialist support from before birth and

  10. Welfare Benefits Team

    We can provide support and assistance with claiming disability benefits and other connected benefits. There is also a home visiting service aimed at people who are unable to access front line advice or live in rural areas of Cambridgeshire.