We have a  helpline available Monday – Friday for all Carers and Professionals.

Please call us for information, advice and support – we will endeavour to answer your queries, provide a listening ear for Carers who may feel isolated and sign post Carers to relevant local and national agencies. ALL CARERS are encouraged to call us in the first instance.

Carers can also use this number to register for events, find out about services, join our mailing list or to request a call back from an individual member of staff.

Call our Freephone number: 0300 102 0008

For those Carers who prefer to contact us by email please email advice@cheshireandwarringtoncarers.org

If you prefer to keep up to date or indeed contact us via social media please join our Facebook Group “Cheshire and Warrington Carers Trust” or follow us on Twitter @cheshirecarers1

Our Helpline is Available Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm on 0300 102 0008

Other Services:

New !!! Brightlife Connecting Carers

Brightlife Leaflet 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...

Relaxation Treatments for Carers at our Crewe office

We are still able to offer Relaxation Treatments at our Crewe office in Unit 1. They cost £8 per 45 minute treatment. Payment MUST be made prior to or on the day of the appointment. Please be aware if you don't turn up for your appointment you may still be charged so...

Helpline for Carers

We have a helpline available Monday – Friday for all Carers and Professionals.

Please call us for information, advice and support – we will endeavour to answer your queries, provide a listening ear for Carers who may feel isolated and sign post Carers to relevant local and national agencies. ALL CARERS are encouraged to call us in the first instance.

Male Carers Support Group- Crewe

This is a monthly group for Male Carers – the meetings take place in Crewe.

All male carers are welcome to attend. The group take part in activities, sometimes a trip, sometimes a speaker will visit the group – it is a perfect opportunity to take a break from your caring role and gain support from other male carers.

Regular Carer Break Groups

Carer Break sessions are held regularly across the county at a number of local venues. They provide an opportunity to meet other Carers and chat to Carers Centre staff. They are usually based around a coffee morning with occasional presentations by speakers and organised activities.

GP Carer Link

Does your GP know you are a Carer?

Our Carer Link Worker works closely with GP practices to raise awareness of Carers. We encourage Carers to register with their doctors as ‘Carers’ to ensure their particular needs are met.

Personal Budget Scheme (West only)

Are you in need of a break?

Our Carers Personal Budget Scheme may be able to help you.

A Carers Personal Budget is an amount of money awarded to you to give you a break from your caring role. You could receive up to £300 if you are successful and you can choose how and when this is spent.

Benefits Advice & Assistance (West)

Many Carers miss out on benefits they, or the person they care for are entitled to.

Cheshire and Warrington Carers Trust may be able to offer advice and assistance with specific Carer related benefit claims and help with the associated paperwork. Appointments can be made at our offices or at your home.

Drop in at Crewe Office will commence on Thursday 3rd May 2018 from 10.00am until 2pm

We will be opening the Crewe office for Drop in for Carers commencing on Thursday 3rd May 2018 between 10.00am until 2pm. This is for information, advice, help and support, we will hold these every Thursday between these times. Please enquire outside of this time by...

NEW !!! Read and Connect

Read and Connect is a Book Club that has been set up with funding from Brightlife to reduce isolation in the over 50's.  It is also in collaboration with the NeuroMuscular Centre and Cheshire Centre for Independent Living. So if you like reading (even if your under...