Directory of Services
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;
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
33 Clarendon Street
We provide free and confidential support and information for young people up to the age of 25. We are working remotely across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough via telephone, WhatsApp, text and email. We can support young people with their emotional
CURRENTLY ONLY OFFERING SUPPORT VIA PHONE SUPPORT WITH DISABILITY BENEFIT APPLICATIONS FOR DISABILITY LIVING ALLOWANCE EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT ALLOWANCE PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE PAYMENTS ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE.
Covid-19 Advice on Maintenance and Batteries support for National Health Hearing Aids for the duration of the pandemic
Stilton Parish Council, Meeting Room, Church Street, Stilton
Our Parish Council have access to a volunteers list of Stilton residents , links to the Yaxley Food bank, and other organisations to help and support you at all times.
A community support network for those self isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing a shopping service for essential provisions, prescription collection and telephone support.
Barrere House, 100 Chesterton Road, Cambridge
Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind (CPSL Mind) is a values-based, county-wide mental health charity. CPSL Mind has adopted national Mind’s values and principles and is committed to providing quality services that
Love Abington is a Church initiative set up to provide love for all. It is currently focusing on providing a platform for a community group of volunteers to support and give love to the villages of Great and Little Abington during the COVID19