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We're going to make a #YoungCarers podcast! Want to get involved? Come along to our online club tonight to find out more or drop us a message. ...
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It's Zoom Club this Wednesday at 6pm where we’ll be joined by the wonderful Toni Cooke for some really fun activities, all done in the warmth and comfort of your own home! Please come along, we’d love to see you. Let me know if you’re coming and I’ll send you the link to get online. ...
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It's #WorldChildrensDay and here in #Herefordshire we want all #YoungCarers to be recognised, supported and able to enjoy their childhood. ...
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Did you know that all Herefordshire #YoungCarers Clubs are funded by #Childreninneed? We don't get any government funding so your support is crucial for helping children in a caring role have a break from their responsibilities and make new friends. Thank you to everyone who's raised funds and donated to Children In Need you've really helped to make a difference. ...
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What a great evening we had making slime last night! Huge thanks to Alison for coming along to show us how to make the most amazing, glittery goo 🐌 ...
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It's Hereford club this Wednesday and we're going to be making SLIME! It's going to be fun, see you there 🙂 ...
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BBC analysis found that nearly 180,000 #YoungCarers may be missing out on support because they are unknown to their local authority. Young Adult Carer Sam speaks on BBC Radio 5 about the challenges of being a Young Carer, the importance of being identified and the support she receives from #Herefordshire Young and Young Adult Carers. ...
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We're so pleased to see Herefordshire Young Carers on the BBC tonight. It highlighted the support these incredible youngsters provide to loved ones and how vital it is that clubs like this exist.Herefordshire Young and Young Adult Carers support young people up to the age of 25 in Herefordshire who care for someone with a disability, illness, or problem with drugs or alcohol. To learn more about them, visit their Facebook page or their website: hycclub.co.uk/#herefordshire #youngcarers ...
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Thanks to Crystal Macangus, Community Champion from Tesco Belmont and her colleagues who kindly donated £300 so that our Young Carers can enjoy an action-packed day out in the summer holidays! We’re so excited and can’t wait to update you on where we go and what we do.

Student Mia Eacock and Mr Henton (Head Teacher) present a cheque to Susan Brace from Hereford Young Carers Club for £2500.A massive THANK YOU to The Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School for their fundraising efforts on behalf of Young Carers. Their donation has enabled our Young Carer clubs to continue and we are extremely grateful for their support.

Bishop’s students, staff and Parents, Friends and Supporters Association have worked hard to raise the money following bag packs, fayres, bake sales, a golf day at Burghill. We commit fundraising for two different local and national charities every year.

Mr Henton said ‘It is a great privilege to support charities which improve the opportunities and quality of life for other people. As a Church School, it shows the commitment of everyone in our community in helping others’.