Norfolk Carers Advice Bus (West Norfolk Carers)

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The project will buy, refurbish and adapt an old library bus to make it a welcoming, attractive and suitable vehicle to deliver help, advice and information by staff and volunteers to unpaid family carers of all ages living in the most rurally deprived and isolated areas, and in some of the poorer neighbourhoods of King’s Lynn and west Norfolk. The carers advice bus will visit estates in King’s Lynn and rurally isolated carers in small villages and settlements, providing them with a bridge to support services, advice, social activities and improving their social interaction, inclusion, health and wellbeing.

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Posted by SueRenwick on 30 Oct 2014
As a volunteer worker with the Young Carers, I know just how much they benefit from the monthly group meetings we can currently offer. If we could do more it would be amazing! Please support our cause.
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Posted by SaraMelhado on 29 Oct 2014
Please support our project, we will go to the carers who cannot get into local towns for support and advice help us to reach hidden carers.
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Posted by emma_kandjou on 29 Oct 2014
We need your help to help West norfolk carers reach more unpaid carers with advice and support every vote is important
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Posted by MarkEG on 28 Oct 2014
Please support! Your help needed
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Posted by j-evans- on 28 Oct 2014
We can do it! For all carers across west Norfolk
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Norfolk Carers Advice Bus

West Norfolk Carers
20, Thoresby College
Queen Street
King’s Lynn
PE30 1HX


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