Offering information, advice and support to Carers across Cheshire

A Carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.

Carers may even be juggling paid work with their unpaid caring responsibilities at home. The term carer should not be confused with a care worker, or care assistant, who receives payment for looking after someone.

If you are a Carer, Cheshire & Warrington Carers Trust may be able to help make things easier for you. We deliver a wide range of local support services to meet the needs of Carers in our community. These range from support services catered to the Carer, the needs of the person you care for and the services provided by other organisations

Carers have different needs and Cheshire & Warrington Carers Trust can assist you in information regarding health issues, entitlements, mobility, grants for holidays, equipment and support.  We also offer a wide range of activities, training and events for Carers throughout the year across Cheshire.

Our Helpline is Available Monday - Friday

9am - 5pm on 0300 102 0008

Annual General Meeting- Northwich Office

We are holding our Annual General Meeting and would like to invite Carers to attend. A light lunch will be provided. Please contact wendy@cheshireandwarringtoncarers.org if you wish to attend a week before the event as booking is advised so we know how much food we...

New !!! Brightlife Connecting Carers

  Are you a carer who is age 50yrs or over, who has become isolated, by your caring role, or because you live in a rural area? Is your caring role coming to an end or becoming too much for you to cope with? Do you have feelings of guilt or loss? We can offer...

Carers Survey 2019

You are being asked to complete this survey because you have identified as a carer in CheshireWest and Chester. We are gathering feedback from carers about taking a break from their caringrole. We are using the term 'break' to mean time for you to do something for...