Events for York's unpaid carers
Updated 9:33am Wednesday 21st May 2014 in News
YORK Carers’ Centre is holding a series of events to give unpaid carers in York the chance to take a break.
As part of Carers’ Week from June 9 to 15, the following activities will be held: On June 9, at CVS (Priory Street) carers can have a free health check, visit information stalls and hear short talks from 10am to 3pm. There will also be some live music, a free lunch and complimentary therapies. Please call York Carers’ Centre to book a place.
On June 11, York Carers’Centre has a stall in the reception area of York Hospital – please drop in if you are nearby.
York Carers’ Centre will also have a York City Tour bus in Parliament Street where carers can call in anytime between 10.30am and 5pm. On the same day, York Carers’ Forum is holding a Carers’ Service at 1.20pm in York Minster, to which everyone is welcome, and at 5.30pm at City of York Council West Offices, there will be a meeting for carers who look after an adult on the autistic spectrum.
Finally, on June 13, young carers are launching their new play “Tiny Treasures” at York St John University.
For more information call York Carers’ Centre on 01904 715490 or visit www.yorkcarerscentre.co.uk
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