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;
Providing information for families with a child 0 to 19, or up to 25 for those with special needs or disability (SEND). Information is provided online on a range of topics including childcare, education, support services and other useful resources.
Provides disabled people with safe, reliable and affordable cars, powered wheelchairs or scooters. It enables disabled people to exchange their government funded mobility allowance for a worry-free contract hire, or hire purchase mobility package.
Provides information on range of daily living aids designed to make everyday tasks easier. This could be grab rails, walking aids, gadgets to help you around the house, and much more.To help find products that can help make a variety of tasks easier,
Unit A, Amundsen House, 18 Stocks Bridge Way, St Ives, PE27 5JL
The Technology Enabled Care team provides guidance, training and advice to citizens and professionals. When appropriate, we can loan assistive technology to support the independence and safety of people living in Cambridgeshire. We can also provide
Whittlesey Library, 31-35 Market Street, Whittlesey,
Coronavirus (COVID-19): From Monday 23 March all Library buildings will be closed . The service is working to create an alternative offer, read more on the library news page. All item due dates have been extended and all overdue fines suspended