Directory of Services
Facilitating drugs, Food shopping, conversation, Whatever they need we will try to source for them. No specific contact times.
A Parish Council led network of volunteers available for assisting vulnerable and self isolated with anything they need such as, a friendly call, collection of shopping/prescriptions, dog walking etc.
Great Staugton and Perry
A support group established to help our community during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Where can you go to get help or volunteer:A community resource, supporting volunteering and local shops during the Covid-19 crisis. go to www.fpccovid-19.com
Requests for help or volunteer offers please contact us: Email: coleridgeCOVAID@stm.org.uk Phone: (01223) 641 021 Website: coleridgecommunityforum.org
Huntingdonshire Volunteer Centre, 1 Princes Street, Huntingdon,
Huntingdonshire Volunteer Centre's mission is to actively engage with Huntingdonshire communities by promoting and encouraging the involvement of volunteers in a variety of initiatives including four community car schemes in St Neots, Huntingdon,
66 Devonshire Road, Cambridge
We provide free, confidential and independent advice to members of our local communities in Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire. In line with Government advice, we are closed for face to face advice but we remain OPEN FOR ADVICE through our
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;
If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service can provide practical advice, essential information and emotional support. We'll work closely with you ton set your own goals and help you achieve them, making sure your needs are met as
F21 Stirling House, Cambridge Innovation Park, Denny End Road, Waterbeach, Cambridge
Cambridgeshire Care Providers Alliance (CCPA) is Community Interest Company owned and managed by its members; health and social care leaders within each of the five district councils, Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council,