Over the last few years Gateshead Council and Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have been reviewing carers’ services in Gateshead. We appreciate the important and invaluable role carers play in our community and we are keen that you have the best possible support within available resources. Together, the Council and CCG carried out a
Join us for a night of mind-boggling quizzing, spot prizes, raffles, games, tombola and food at The Ware Rooms, Newcastle’s premier drinking venue. There’s a £50 cash prize for the winning team plus prize for second worst team! All money raised goes towards providing activities, support and short breaks for children and young people who
This year Blaydon, Ryton & Whickham Rotary have joined together with 16 local businesses in Rowlands Gill to stage an Egg-Citing Easter Egg Hunt. Money raised will be supporting local charities including Carers Trust Tyne & Wear. Entry forms are available from Flower Design at a cost of £3 per child & include entry into
Thank you for supporting Carers Trust Tyne & Wear Britain’s Best Breakfast Event 2016! This was our first Big Breakfast Event and so far we have raised £580! Thank you to all of our fabulous volunteers for “being a good egg” and volunteering their time and energy! A massive thank you also to the following
A huge well done and thank you from everyone at Carers Trust Tyne & Wear for supporting out Stiitch Appeal. Whether you were a knitter, a hider, or a finder, we really couldn’t have done it without you. The ‘Hidden Carer’ campaign has been a big success. We hid over 700 ‘Stiitches’ throughout Gateshead and
Find out about our charity by accessing our latest Annual Review 2014- 2015 below Carers Trust Tyne & Wear Annual Review 2014 – 2015
Many thanks to Tyne & Country Estate Agents in Rowlands Gill & The Co-operative Funeralcare in Rowlands Gill for donating Easter Eggs for our Young Carers and The Day Centre!
Children/families are invited to purchase an entry form for £3. Entry forms are available from Tyne and Country or from St Joseph’s School/Highfield Community School and there will be clues in 10 shop windows in Rowlands Gill. The idea is that children (accompanied by an adult) complete an Easter Hunt to find the clues and fill