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July 24 issue of Caring Times available now…Download your FREE copy today!

Our July 2024 issue of Caring Times is now available to download. This issue features: our new Excellence for Carers Quality Mark; enhanced rights for working carers; young and adult carers’ journeys through our service; details on where to buy tickets for our very popular 80s & 90s Rewind Party; plus lots of inspiring true …

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Release of moving poem written by Young Carers on Young Carers Action Day…watch and weep!

Wednesday 13th March 2024 was Young Carers Action day, and this year the theme was fair futures for young carers which focussed on why caring should not be a barrier to learning, earning or being able to get on in life – but for many, it is. Watch the video below to listen to the …

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March issue of Caring Times available now…Download your FREE copy today!

Our March 2024 issue of Caring Times is now available to download. This issue features: the visit from BBC Breakfast; our new Common Room for young adult carers; a very special visitor for young carers; forthcoming 2024 events including our 5 Countries Cycles Challenge, Golf Day and very popular 80s & 90s Rewind Party; our …

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BBC Breakfast Live from Blackpool Carers and asks “Who Cares for the Carers”

On Monday 8th January, BBC Breakfast reporter Jayne McCubbin, came to Blackpool Carers Centre to ask the question “Who Cares for The Carers?” as part of the BBC’s Care 2024 feature, which is looking at the issues of care in its different forms. During the morning’s first live broadcast Jayne had the opportunity to chat …

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Due to guests’ requests our Rewind Party is set to be an annual event!

On Friday 15th September, just shy of 200 guests attended our first ever Rewind Party at the Imperial Hotel, Blackpool. The ‘old skool’ tunes from great Blackpool nightclubs like The Adam and Eve, Addisons, Illusions, Rumours and Springs, were reintroduced by local DJ Simon Fish, with special guest appearance from Adam & Eve DJ, Paul …

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Our fantastic, fundraising Blackpool to Edinburgh cyclists have done us proud yet again…video NOW published…just take a LOOK!

On Thursday 20th July, 16 cyclists set off from Blackpool Carers Centre on Newton Drive, Blackpool to cycle to Edinburgh in what was our 4th fundraising Cycle challenge…that’s 210 miles over 3 days! Eleven dedicated riders have already taken part in our previous cycle challenges including last year’s Pier to Pier, they did an amazing …

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Our first ever Charity Golf Day…better than ‘You’ve been framed’ just take a look!

On Friday 4th August, we held our first ever Blackpool Carers’ Charity Golf Day at North Shore Golf Club. We were so lucky, as the weather was fantastic on the day after having storms, winds and torrential rain on the days leading up to the event, and then yellow weather warning the day after! All …

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Reflections on the Children Who Care Too Conference

Reflections on the Children Who Care Too Conference On Thursday 15th June 2023, Blackpool Carers Centre hosted the highly anticipated Children Who Care Too Conference at the Imperial Hotel in Blackpool. The event brought together professionals, educators, and community members to shine a spotlight on the experiences and needs of young carers. With esteemed speakers …

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