Free Photography Course for Carers

​We’re inviting carers to take part in our exciting Photographer in Residence project. You will be able to explore your caring role and share your experiences of caring through a camera lens....

Carers speak about their challenges during coronavirus

Carers recently appeared on BBC News South East speaking about the challenges and difficulties they face in lockdown.  You can watch carers' videos sharing their experiences and thoughts.  If you...

Make some ‘me’ time with Carers O’Clock

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Carers O’Clock creative carer wellbeing project in partnership with Culture Shift. Designed for carers to give you time and space for yourselves, you can...

Coronavirus FAQs, help and advice for carers

Looking after the person you care for during coronavirus We have put together these questions and answers to help you as a carer. If you need help and support, please get in touch with us. Find out...

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Free Photography Course for Carers

Free Photography Course for Carers

​We’re inviting carers to take part in our exciting Photographer in Residence project. You will be able to explore your caring role and share your experiences of caring through a camera lens....

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First Monday of each month 10am-12 noon Our Carers Information and Advice Group is free and held monthly in Hailsham. It’s a relaxing and informal space for carers to take […]
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First Tuesday of each month, 10am-12-pm Our Carers Information and Advice Group is free and held monthly in Crowborough. It’s a relaxing and informal space for carers to take a […]
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First Wednesday of each month, 10:30am-12pm Our Carers Wellbeing Group is free and held monthly in Hailsham. It’s a relaxing, social and informal space for carers to take a break […]
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