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  1. Age UK Hub - Ramsey Library

    Ramsey Library, 25 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire,

    Mon; 26 October 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.

  2. Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind

    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;

  3. SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)

    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

  4. Parents' Schools Preference Advice

    Shire Hall, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AP

    The Parents’ School Preference Adviser can help parents with children between the ages of 4 and 16 with impartial information, advice, and support on a range of information, including: Choosing and applying for primary and secondary schools

  5. Caring Together - Covid-19

    Unit 4, Meadow Lane

    At Caring Together we provide information and advice, run services in our local communities and campaign for carers’ rights, so that carers have choices. A carer is anyone, including children and adults who helps to look after a family member,