Centre 33 pleased to announce the launch of the Fullscope Consortium Fullscope launched to support the positive mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Seven leading charities that support the mental wellbeing of children and/or young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are uniting to launch Fullscope. The consortium
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GIVING YOUNG CARERS A VOICE We filmed one of our young carers, Toyah, who spent many years working together with us to support her challenging situation at home. We're so very proud of her and as you'll see, life is looking pretty good now. Please watch and share and if you need some support from
12 runners give it their all to raise money for Centre 33 at the Cambridge Half Marathon. Huge thanks to our intrepid team of runners who not only managed to run 13k on a cold rainy morning but have also raised over £5k to support the work of Centre 33. The team was made
. . . . . . Christmas can be an especially difficult time for young carers. Whilst many of their peers and friends are thinking about unwrapping presents and spending time with their families, a young carer may be faced with the additional pressures of tidying the house, preparing food and caring for their
Children in Need supports Centre 33 young carers We're very grateful to Children in Need @BBCCiN for enabling us to work with lovely young carers like Matthew and Chloe who speak so eloquently on this clip. It was broadcast this morning on Children In Need day on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire. We couldn't be more
At Centre 33 we consider ourselves extremely lucky to have great support from our local community. We were absolutely thrilled at the amazing fundraising that Bethany Flack and her National Citizen Service, Group 7 did over the summer. The young people worked together to host a variety of events including a bake sale, car washing and a fete featuring a
Thank you to The University of Cambridge Museums who worked with a group of Centre 33 Young Carers who not only created some amazing artworks but worked towards gaining an Arts Award certificate. The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Kettle’s Yard joined artist Rachel Dormor at one-day workshops in March and Ely where young
Centre 33 were thrilled to be among recipients to benefit from the Cambridge Building Society 2018 Cash for the Community initiative. Beth Green and Gavin Chappell-Bates, of Centre 33, were among the guests attending the awards ceremony at Hotel Felix where they were awarded a cheque for £455. We are extremely grateful to the Cambridge Building Society,
The results of the recent Children’s Society’s survey of 11,000 children nationwide found that 22 per cent of the girls and nine per cent of the boys said they had hurt themselves on purpose in the year prior to the questionnaire. Local newspaper, Royston Crow spoke to Helen Baker of Centre 33-read the full interview
Led by Laura Burton, a group of young people from the National Citizen Service held a cake sale to raise money to buy paints in order to create a wonderful Centre 33 mural in Wisbech. We think the mural looks fantastic and are so impressed by, and grateful for, the creativity and enthusiasm of everyone