Big Lottery Fund Supports Centre 33

Expanding our ‘someone to talk to’ service with support from Big Lottery

Centre 33 has received funding from Big Lottery Fund, as part of the Youth Investment Fund, to expand our ‘Someone to Talk to’ service. Having run this service in Cambridge city for 8 years we are excited to be expanding the service across rural Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. This open access ‘one stop shop’ will offer free, quality information to young people (aged 13-25) about how to they can make informed choices about their wellbeing, health & finances, and, in doing so become more resilient. We will be located close to schools, colleges and on public transport routes to ensure young people get the help they need when they need it most.

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June 14th, 2019|

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