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  1. Abbeyfield Care at Home East

    Brownsfield House, 25 Sherbourne Close, Cambridge

    We are a domiciliary care agency providing support to adults living in their own homes in Cambridgeshire. We are able to provide assistance with personal care, medication, continence care, shopping, housework and companionship.

  2. Collect and deliver - Cambridge Rugby Club - Covid-19

    Cambridge Rugby Club, Grantchester Road, Cambridge

    Cambridge Rugby Club Community team are wanting to offer a free delivery service for anyone in need. If you are stuck at home and self isolating or cant get out or even a Key worker and need things collected whilst you are at work. We can collect

  3. St Neots Woodcraft Folk

    Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, High Street, Little Paxton, St Neots,

    Woodcraft Folk is a national, educational movement for children and young people. At our groups our young members develop self confidence, make lifelong friends and explore the social and natural world around us through games, crafts, drama, debates

  4. Cambridge Cancer Help Centre

    Cambridge Cancer Help Centre, David Rayner Building, 120 Cambridge Road, Great Shelford, Cambridge

    We provide non medical support for people between and after cancer treatment and diagnosis. We give people with cancer and their carers an opportunity to meet, talk and socialise and, if they wish, confide in each other. By providing understanding