From coffee mornings or afternoon tea and sponsored walks to live music events and more, taking part in a fundraising activity or organising one is a great way to support Carers in Hertfordshire. Throughout the year we are pleased to get involved with fundraising events organised by individuals, businesses, schools and groups held to support us. We also plan our own activities or have fundraising and information stands at various community events or activities that you can join in too.

Please consider joining us or getting involved in an event. We welcome all support as it makes a big difference to ensure we continue making carers count.

Below is a list of upcoming events. To learn more about any event please get in touch with the contact, details provided and  if you want to find out about volunteering at any of them please call 01992 58 69 69 or email

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Sunday 23rd June 2019: Cars at the Castle

From 12pm noon - 4pm at Hertford Castle, The Caslte, Hertford, SG14 1HR.
The Mayor of Hertford for 2019/2020, Cllr Rosemary Bolton has chosen to support us as one of her charities during her year as Mayor. The Cars at the Castle is a free event and visitors will be able to see some classic cars, listen to live music and enjoy some food and drink. We will be at the event raising funds and awareness.

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Wednesday 24th July 2019: Classics on the Common

Cars arrive from 11.30am at Harpenden Common, Harpenden, AL5 1DT (event takes place until dusk and most cars should be in place by around 2pm).
Classic cars, motorbikes and scooters will be motoring in for this popular annual Classic Car Show organised by the Rotary Club of Harpenden with support from Harpenden Town Council. The event, in its 26th year, attracts thousands. It is free to look around, although donations are welcome and this year we are one of the charities that will benefit from money raised at the event. For more information about the event or if you have a vehicle you are interested in displaying please visit





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