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Christmas 'Networking Sparkle'

A range of stands, information and speakers, offering advice, ideas & activities for older people, their families and carers, to remain independent, safe and well. All welcome: public, professionals, organisations, carers, families. Free Festive Refreshments Stands to include: Silver Social Project, Merle Boddy, NCC Adult…
Telephone:
07546 152695, 07771 771637, 07500 818315

E-mail
brecklandopf@gmail.com

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Support Association

The Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Support Association (CLLSA) is a charity that provides help and support for patients with CLL (and similar related conditions) and their carers. CLLSA is a wholly-independent UK organisation which is patient-oriented and run by unpaid volunteers who know from experience the…
Telephone:
0800 977 4396

E-mail
info@cllsupport.org.uk

Website:
www.cllsupport.org.uk

The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship

The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship is a national charity dedicated to supporting the needs and requirements of all retired civil servants, partners and dependants. The charity provides signposting, information and advice on a whole range of later life issues. It also operates an active volunteering programme…
Telephone:
020 8691 7411

E-mail
info@csrf.org.uk

Website:
www.csrf.org.uk/

Cleaning Services on Lily

Unfortunately we are unable to recommend cleaning services in West Norfolk as there are currently no services registered with Norfolk Trusted Trader or TrustMark. We advise people to ask friends and relatives who they hire, visit the local post office or shop for notice board advertisements…

Coastal Stroke Support Group

The stroke group provides information and support to stroke survivors and their carers; it also offers exercise sessions run by a trained instructor and a range of social activities. The group always offers a warm welcome, friendly face and the opportunity to talk to someone…

Computers 4 Carers

Caring for a loved one is often a lonely task because of the many hours spent caring, along with having little money or support. Carers Allowance is the lowest benefit there is, and there are many carers who do not even realise they are a carer.Most…
Telephone:
01603 340193

Website:
www.computers4carers.co.uk

Contented Dementia Trust

The Contented Dementia Trust, formerly known as SPECAL, is an independent charitable organisation with an innovative approach to the care of people with dementia. The Trust helps those who have already been diagnosed with some form of dementia, and their carers, for whom practical help and…

Crossroads Community Hub

Crossroads Community Hub provides a range of social activities for frail elderly people and those with dementia along with respite for carers. Activities include games, craft, reminiscence sessions, baking and visiting entertainment, and there is also a large secluded and safe garden with a seating area…

Deafblind UK

Deafblind UK is a national charity and a membership organisation that campaigns on behalf of deafblind adults. Through its Information and Advice line it provides support and guidance to deafblind people, their carers, family and friends, as well as professionals working with people who have…
Telephone:
01733 358100 Telephone/Textphone

E-mail
info@deafblind.org.uk

Website:
deafblind.org.uk

Death and Bereavement

A UK Government site providing information on a wide range of issues, such as, registering a death, wills, probate, inheritance and benefits.
Website:
www.gov.uk

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