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Peterborough City Council digital training for communities

We want to help you  We are committed to ensuring residents like you are supported and ready for the future. We want to help residents to access online services such as paying bills online, keeping in touch with family and friends or even shopping online. How are…
07815628673

Peterborough City Council's Day Service

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Local Offer

Peterborough Community Assistance Scheme

What is the scheme? The Peterborough Community Assistance Scheme (PCAS) can help people going through unexpected financial difficulties who require urgent assistance. The scheme aims to help you meet your basic needs as quickly as possible and will provide you with the support and advice…
Citizens Advice Bureau, 16-17St. Marks StreetPeterboroughPE1 2TU
0844 4994120 / (01733) 293203

The Peterborough Dyspraxia Group

We offer email and telephone advice. We also provide:NewslettersFamily social activitiesConferences with professional guest speakersA sympathetic ear! Dyspraxia ClubHas your child got Dyspraxia and aged between 11-16 years old? Peterborough City Council are launching a club designed to improve fundamental movement skills.Starting : Wednesday 10th February…
8West AlleyHighburyHitchinHERTFORDSHIRESG5 1EG
07767 886 868

Peterborough Eating Disorder Charity

Peterborough Eating Disorder Charity What is PEDs? Peterborough Eating Disorders (PEDs) is a specialist eating disorder charity based in Peterborough, supporting individuals from across the East of England including Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. Our charity offers a free assessment with signposting and advice to…
3 Lincoln CourtLincoln RoadPeterboroughPE1 2RP
01733 391537

Peterborough M E Support Group

Action for M.E. empowers people with M.E. to fulfil their potential and secure the care and support they need, while working towards a greater understanding of the illness and ultimately a cure. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) is a long-term (chronic) fluctuating illness that causes symptoms affecting…
42Temple StreetKeynshamBristolBS31 1EH
0117 927 9551 General Enquiries 0845 122 8648 For information, advice and support about welfare benefits 0117 937 6626 Fundraising 0117 937 6620 InterAction 0117 937 6632 Membership 0117 937 6622 Policy and Press 0117 937 6621 Website

Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group

  About Us: Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group was established in 1983 in response to a need amongst women for a safe, confidential, non-judgemental support service. The sexual violence may have occurred recently or many years in the past and could have involved a stranger,…
Thorpe HallThorpe RoadPeterboroughPE3 6LW
Office: 01733 225937 Helpline: 01733 852578 (Wednesday 7-9pm, Saturday 10-12noon)
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Peterborough Soup Kitchen

Peterborough Soup Kitchen provides a hot meal to homeless and disadvantaged people within the city, regardless of their race, colour or creed. The meal comprises of soup, sandwiches, crisps, fruit, cakes as well as a hot drink. This is provided six days per week with…
PO Box 245PeterboroughPE3 9DW
01733 315456
Local Offer

Peterborough Stammering Self-Help Group

Peterborough Stammering Self-Help Group To provide a place where people who stammer can talk and exchange information in order that they can meet their own needs and help others who stammer and can broaden their understanding about all aspects of stammering and help at events…
7WesthaweBrettonPETERBOROUGHPE3 8BA
01733 265060

Recoop - Resettlement and care for older ex-offenders and prisoners

The number of older people entering the UK's Criminal Justice System has trebled in the last 20 years, and they now represent the fastest growing section of the prison estate.RECOOP promotes the care, resettlement and rehabilitation of older prisoners, offenders and ex-offenders, especially those over the age of 50,…
St Swithun's House21 Christchurch RoadBournemouthBH1 3NS
0300 123 1992
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