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Tuesday 17th March 2020

Unfortunately, after government guidance received late yesterday afternoon to avoid all social gatherings, we have decided to suspend all our Local Groups and Cafes (Taith Ni / Cerdd Ni / Cafe Cofio / Cafe Conwy / Children's Groups) for the time being. We will put all further updates on our website as and when they occur.

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Monday 16th March 2020

Carers Trust North Wales Crossroads Care Services is working closely with the local authorities across North Wales and BCUHB, and are following current guidance from Welsh and UK Governments. We continue to risk assess the situation and are working hard to ensure that our quality services can support those in need. Our priority is to ensure that carers and the people they care for along with our staff are safe and supported. As an organisation we follow robust infection control procedures and we equip all our staff with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our service to you is not changing and your Carer Support Worker will continue to visit you to offer you any support at this time. If, however,…

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Thursday 27th February 2020

If you are interested in working for a local charity and joining our friendly team, we have a number of exciting and rewarding job opportunities in North Wales offering great terms and conditions. Please see our Recruitment page to find out more: Recruitment

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Thursday 6th February 2020

If you are an unpaid carer looking after someone in Anglesey or Conwy and are aged between 17-25, please see our FANTASTIC FREE FIRST AID TRAINING OPPORTUNITY. The training is a fully accredited Level 3 Emergency First Aid course and is being held on 19 February 9.30 - 4.30 at: Capel Berea Newydd Bangor LL57 2AJ To book a free place please contact Tina: tina.thomas@nwcrossroads.org.uk or 07376 426711

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Tuesday 21st January 2020

Come and join our friendly team! Rewarding job opportunities available, please see our recruitment section: Recruitment:

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Friday 27th September 2019

We are delighted to announce that we are Finalists the the National Dementia Care Awards for Outstanding Dementia Care! More information to follow ....

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Tuesday 2nd July 2019

HELPING US TO RAISE MONEY Carers Trust North Wales has signed up to Easyfundraising which turns your everyday online shopping into free donations to your favourite cause. How does this work? Just start your online shopping first at Easyfundraising, then shop as normal. Retailers will then make a small donation to say 'thank you' to the cause you've picked. Here is our link if you'd like to choose Carers Trust North Wales: Easyfundraising Thank you!

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Thursday 24th January 2019

A feisty fundraiser recently braved Zip World, the fastest Zip Line in the world, and raised a huge amount of money for us as a result of her fearlessness. We are extremely grateful to AUDREY COX from Denbigh who flew through the air at a speed of approximately 100 mph over Penrhyn Slate Quarry, Bethesda. She raised over £800 on our behalf and these funds will enable us to provide much needed additional support to unpaid carers who live locally in the area. On behalf of us all: THANK YOU AUDREY FOR YOUR COURAGE AND FOR HELPING CARERS

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Thursday 14th June 2018

It's the time of year again when we send out our Customer Satisfaction Survey so you can let us know your views and any ideas or suggestions for future services. It's so important for us to get feedback so we can ensure the services we offer are meaningful and worthwhile. Thank you to everyone who has already sent back this year's survey, we really appreciate it. Last year we had a great response from you all, and our independent evaluation of the results is attached, have a read: Customer Satisfaction July 2017

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Wednesday 24th January 2018

At a recent Carer Trust North Wales training session, young people from Anglesey and Conwy took time to promote Young Carers Awareness Day which is taking place on 25 January 2018. From research they discovered there are over 700,000 young carers in the UK and Wales has the highest proportion of young adult carers (16-25 yrs) out of the whole of the UK. Many young carers struggle to juggle their education with their caring role which can cause pressure and stress. 1 in 20 miss school because of their caring role, 26% have reported that they have been bullied in school because of their caring role and young adult carers are twice as likely to become NEET (Not in…

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