April News Alert

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Did you know ….

Caring can place a big strain on families and friends. Three out of four people surveyed by Carers UK during Carers Week said they had lost touch with family and friends.

How to cope and what to do when you feel isolated because of your caring role.


Slough People’s Assembly- Health & Care Expo

Come along to sample freebies such as reiki, head massages, meditation, health checks and allergy testing. Find out how to get involved locally and hear how getting involved in what’s happening  has changed two people’s lives.

For residents of Slough
Taking place on the
Monday 30th April
from 6pm
Arbour Park Stadium, Slough

Run by Healthwatch Slough
To book a place please call – 01753 325 333

Carers Afternoon Tea
Did you complete the Carers Survey?  Would you like to know what carers said? Would you like to hear the response from services? If yes…. then please come and join the Healthwatch team.

Wednesday 11th April
12.30 – 3:30pm
Chalvey Community Centre

Telephone 01753 325 333 to book your place.

Women’s Self-defence Class
Come and join the Women’s self-defence class, no advance booking is needed. Ensure you wear comfortable clothes and shoes. You will be taught by a qualified female instructor. There is free parking and you can join anytime.

18:00 – 19:00
Arbour Park Stadium, Slough, SL2 5AY

For further information contact 01753 875 784 or activeslough@slough.gov.uk


Did you know you can collect your Carers Discount & Attention Card from Slough Advice Centre, 27 Church Street, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 1PL

New offers are being added each month!

Visit the link below to see 6 new offers added in April.

A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.


Congratulations to this months’ prize winner!

Ruth Gladdy  

Follow us on Facebook @SloughCarersSupport

If you know of any other carers, please encourage them to sign up to Slough Carers Support Website to enable them to receive information and advice