Paul’s Place Carers

Paul’s Place Carers offers carers the space to make connections with others, get support, as well as some ‘time out’ from caring responsibilities. We offer carers a range of activities throughout the year including days out and an annual short break.

What our carers say…

“It’s good to discuss any problems you have with other carers and Paul’s Place. I think we help each other.”

“It’s nice to have a day on my own away from caring for my daughter. It’s lovely to be pampered and having lots of tea and coffee that you don’t need to make for yourself. Also having lunch cooked for you in comfortable surroundings with friends and carers.”

“Paul’s Place Carers pamper days give me time to relax away from the pressures of everyday life.”

What does Paul’s Place Carers offer?

A support group, where carers meet to chat, relax and share information and offer support to one another

Support to complete carers’ assessments

Carers’ respite holidays

A programme of social events, including day trips and evenings out

Four pamper days per year which include complementary therapies and treatments

Signposting to and information about other services

Carers’ drop-in sessions

Outreach support

Who can access our carers group?

To access Paul’s Place Carers, the person that you care for must attend a Paul’s Place activity.

To find out more about our carers project please contact Sheila Hewitt for more information –