We’re delighted to have been chosen as the Local Charity of the Year for three Sainsbury’s stores – Letchworth (Third Avenue), Stevenage (Magpie Crescent) and Marshalwick Lane in St Albans.
Thousands of people flocked to Hertford Castle to enjoy the free charity music festival, Rock at the Castle, and donated a massive £5,590 to support our work with young carers.
Children and young carers are to benefit from a new app that gives them information to help them in their caring role such as contacts for support and how to keep well. The Young Carers in Hertfordshire App is available for android devices via Google Play and a version for Apple devices is to be developed.
This Carers Week and beyond we should ‘think carer’ – making sure unpaid carers are identified, supported and helped to stay healthy and connected - the theme of the week.
There are so many things to think about when booking a holiday - where to go, is the accommodation and venue suitable to meet your needs and requirements, travel arrangements, cost and more. We have put together a small guide with tips to help you plan a carer-friendly break.
Children from across Hertfordshire who help care for someone enjoyed activities including dance and crafts as well as time to discuss caring and their needs with health, education and social care professionals at our Young Carers Conference.
Families fighting to save Nascot Lawn Respite Centre from closure have been given a reprieve as a High Court judge has found health bosses acted unlawfully in failing to consult about its plans to withdraw funding.