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SALFORD CARERS DROP IN
 

Star date: 30th October 2010 

CARING SALFORD 
Claremont, Weaste and Seedley Carers and Ex-Carers Drop-In
Every Wednesday 12-3pm £2
Chandos Social Club, Weaste

Carers who need a break from their caring duties can now share experiences, get advice, make new friends and have some fun at the Claremont, Weaste and Seedley Carers and Ex-Carers Drop In, which has moved from St Lukes in Liverpool Street to bigger premises at the Chandos Social Club in Weaste.

More details here…


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Every Wednesday, from 12 until 3pm the Claremont, Weaste and Seedley Carers and Ex-Carers meet for three hours where a welcome break can be had from looking after someone.

It's a drop-in session and, as well as advice and a good chat, people can try out new things like alternative therapies and, when funds allow there are also trips out. The latest was for a meal to the Red Lion in Swinton.

"We try and welcome people who just need a little break from their caring duties" says Joan Dickinson, chairperson of the group "We share experiences of our caring roles over a cuppa and a biscuit."

The £2 subs are saved to take carers out and the group has big plans for the future but is trying to raise money to realise them.

If you can help financially or are a carer and would like more information on the group please contact the Salford Star (07957 982960 or info@salfordstar.com) and we'll put you in touch – or just call into the Drop-In,  any Wednesday 12-3pm.

Chandos Social Club,
Chandos Grove
Weaste M5 5LJ

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