Directory of Services
Yaxley Parish Council
We are a volunteer group in the village of Heydon and are offering basic support to villagers isolating due to advice or illness. This can be as simple as a chat on the phone to shopping and collecting prescriptions.
A group of neighbours offering practical help to their own neighbours. If you’ve had a flier from a neighbour, contact them for help. If you haven’t, contact email@example.com or co-ordinators Beck & Kieran on 01223 562871 and
Mutial aid network covering the civil parish of Fulbourn. Most of our work is arranging peer-to-peer support for those in need in Fulbourn: arranging volunteers to collect shopping, prescriptions, other practical tasks, as well as support over the
8 St Mary's Street, Huntingdon
A local, independent charity which supports visually impaired members of all ages living throughout Huntingdonshire. Provides information &, advice; support with benefits applications, Blue Badge and bus pass applications; social activities;
Child and Family Centre - Cambridge, Chesterton Site, Nuffield Road, Cambridge,
Mon; 3 August 202010:00am to 11:30am
An opportunity for families to ask for information, advice and support on issues affecting their family life.
Alex Wood Hall, Norfolk Street, Cambridge
Choices offer a confidential counselling service in Cambridge (UK) and surrounding areas for women and men whose lives are affected by childhood sexual abuse. We continue to take referrals at present, so if you would like to find out more about our
Cambridge Women's Aid provides dedicated and specialist services to women and children affected by domestic abuse. We offer a free and confidential community based outreach service and safe refuge for women in Cambridge city, South and East
Shire Hall, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AP
SENDIASS (formerly Parent Partnership Service or PPS) offers impartial information, advice and support to: parents / carers of children and young people with special educational needs and / or a disability children and young people themselves (up to
The Bargroves, Cromwell Road, Eynesbury, PE19 2EY
SCIP (Special needs Community Information Point);is an information and advice service for families with 0-25 year olds with a disability or additional needs. For more information please see our website page .