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Welcome to Blackpool Carers

One of the Top Blackpool Charities, Blackpool Carers Centre provides specialist support, respite and outings for unpaid carers from the age of 5 years and their families. We help carers to create friendships, feel less isolated, strengthen their resilience and make happy memories. 
Making a Better Life for Carers. 

Our service is often a lifeline for many carers who would otherwise feel isolated and unable to cope.

A carer is someone, who without payment provides help and support to a parent, partner, child, relative, friend or neighbour, who could not manage without their help. This could be due to illness, disability, frailty, mental ill health or substance misuse.

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Who we support

£10...
...will pay for a young carer to access a respite session and have some fun away from their caring role
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£30...
...will pay for one gardening session for a dementia carer and their loved one
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Job Opportunity – Carers’ Community Navigator

Carers’ Community Navigator An exciting job opportunity has arisen at leading Blackpool Charity, Blackpool Carers. We are seeking a Carers’ Community Navigator with real drive to join our adult carers’ service. You will be instrumental in shaping innovative and vibrant provision, ensuring that carers and their families have access to the very best support. Our talented

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West Lancashire Freemasons Dona Conferentes visit

West Lancashire Freemasons’ Dona Conferentes Lodge No 9392 members see first-hand what their generous donations mean to our carers

On Tuesday 5th July, our Head of Business Development and Fundraising, Terry Hodkinson, welcomed visitors from The West Lancashire Freemasons’ Dona Conferentes Lodge No 9392, who have supported Blackpool Carers over the years.  Worshipful Master (WM), Jeff Lucas, along with members of the lodge, Allan Lock and Chris Tittley, joined John Topping (Trustee of Blackpool Carers

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