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Our dedicated support line is open from 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday
We are recruiting!
We currently have two exciting opportunities to join our friendly team, supporting unpaid carers in Hambleton and Richmondshire.
Senior Support Worker - Adult Carers
Senior Support Worker - Young Carers
Follow the link for more information and the application pack.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update on Service Provision
Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre continues to provide on-going support for all our carers during these challenging times. We are currently unable to provide face to face meetings, groups and activities, but please be assured our office is still open for telephone contact and support. The way we offer support has had to change in order to adhere to the government’s guidelines to keep us all safe and well. We recognise and understand these are worrying times and the support we provide remains vitally important to us all at HRCC.
We are still taking new referrals - so please do not hesitate to contact us.
We will maintain contact with the people we support, partners and funders on a regular basis to ensure we keep everyone updated, informed and most importantly supported to the very best of our ability.
Please keep in contact Tel: 01609 780872 or Email: email@example.com
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In celebration of National Carer’s Week, we were delighted to hold our annual ‘Lunch in the Garden’ fundraising gala at the beautiful and relaxing Garden Rooms at Tennants, Leyburn. The event was a huge success, raising much needed funding for our activities and programmes to support unpaid carers and raising our profile with future supporters…
Carers Week 2019 Lunch in The Garden Events 11-14th June in support of Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre Join us for an afternoon of inspirational talks, Prosecco and a two course lunch at the finale event of our Lunch in The Garden 2019 Carers Week schedule. Guest speakers include Mrs Margaret Sentamu, Her Majesty’s Deputy…
Unpaid carers of all ages, their families and friends are supported by a professional and motivated workforce, to improve their lives and make informed choices and decisions that enable them to lead the life they choose. Alongside carers and our partners, we will work within communities to raise public awareness of the impact of caring on people’s lives.