Carers Grandmother and Nurse

Swindon Carers Centre is a charitable organisation, which is part of the Carers Trust Network, and we were established to provide help and support to the 21,000 carers in Swindon.
Our Vision: 
Creating a community where carers are recognised, valued and supported
Our Mission:
To improve the well-being of people with caring responsibilities in and around Swindon, creating a community where carers are recognised, valued and supported
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Our Values:
We strive to work in the following way with all people involved with our service:
Adult Carers
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Parent Carers
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Young Carers
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Young Adult Carers
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Latest News/Posts:


December 50:50 Lottery Club Winners

December Winning Numbers: 1st Prize 1018, 2nd Prize 1068, 3rd Prize 1054 Our 50:50 Lottery Club raises money to enable us to support carers. It’s called the 50:50 club as half ofRead More...
By : | Dec 8, 2018

SCC Winter Newsletter

Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and have half an hour to read our Winter Caring Matters Newsletter!  It’s packed with information and upcoming events and activities. Download it from theRead More...
By : | Nov 27, 2018

Big Lottery Funding for SCC

We’re delighted to announce Swindon Carers Centre has secured Big Lottery Funding for the next 3 years for our Young Carer Champion Award.  This follows the huge success of the Young CarerRead More...
By : | Nov 7, 2018

Join Our Team!

Swindon Carers Centre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We adhere to a policy promotingRead More...
By : | Nov 6, 2018

Carers Rights Day 2018

Our Carers Rights Day event is on Friday 30th November at the Pilgrim Centre in Swindon.  It’s open to all carers (not just those registered with Swindon Carers Centre).  If you’d likeRead More...
By : | Oct 15, 2018

Autumn Newsletter

Our autumn newsletter has been published. You can download a copy here:  Caring Matters Autumn 2018 Newsletter
By : | Sep 19, 2018