Muddy fundraising adventures for our young adult carers

Congratulations to all our young adult carers from around East Sussex who successfully completed the Gauntlet Games to raise funds for unpaid carers.Read more

Young Adult Carers take on The Gauntlet challenge

Help our group of Young Adult Carers, who are in training to tackle The Gauntlet Games in Brighton on 14th July 2018.Read more

Tesco shoppers in Bexhill and Crowborough, we need you!

Please vote for Care for the Carers in Tesco stores in Bexhill and Crowborough this summer.Read more

Carers Action Plan - our thoughts

Find out about the Government's Carers Action Plan, launched 5 June 2018.Read more

East Sussex County Council budget cuts

Care for the Carers' CEO, Jennifer Twist, responds to the confirmation of reduced funding across East Sussex for unpaid carers for 2018-2019.Read more

Speak out about carers funding cuts

East Sussex County Council (ESCC) has now confirmed its funding cuts for carers services. What happens now?Read more

Look what we did together for Carers Week 2018!

Carers, animals, charity staff and even a few celebrities joined together to help make this year's Carers Week such a success!Read more

How you can help carers when you shop

Donate to unpaid carers at no cost to you when you do your online shopping at Amazon.Read more

Pop-up carers' information centre launches in Hailsham

Visit our temporary pop-up information centre in Hailsham between Monday 4th and Friday 8th June 2018.Read more

NEW! Forest Row Carers Wellbeing Group

We will be kicking off Carers Week in the High Weald by launching a new Carers Wellbeing Group in Forest Row.Read more

NEW! Rye Carers Information and Advice Group

Join other carers in the Rye, East Sussex area to get information and support at a new group at St Mary's Centre, starting 26 July 2018.Read more

Council proposal to cut carers funding

Jennifer Twist, CEO of Care for the Carers, is asking for carers across the county to speak out about the £17 million of cuts to local services agreed by East Sussex County Council on 6 February.Read more