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Autus Cumbria is a not-for-profit organisation that provides services for those with autism in the South Cumbria area. We work with families, youth organisations, schools and employment support agencies to run youth clubs, holiday activity sessions, training sessions for professionals such as teachers and employment…
This service was registered by CQC on 30 September 2013. Ava House is run by Living For Life Cumbria Ltd.
Supporting people affected by eating disorders.
0345 634 1414
30 Minute session of songs and rhymes for under 3s, including a simple craft for any children who wish to have a go!
Come along to our drop-in group, ‘The Baby Bunch’ for support and advice. This group welcomes parents/carer’s and their babies until baby is mobile. There are toys for your baby to play with and refreshments available. The group will be facilitated by a member of staff and a highly trained volunteer,…
Banbury Lodge is a private rehabilitation facility, focused on providing top-quality addiction support, as well as treatment for eating disorders. Our services are also offered to teenagers needing help for these conditions. If your child is experiencing similar problems, feel free to contact us for…
Bankruptcy Advice Online is a leading provider of information and guidance on bankruptcy, debt and debt solutions in the UK. We are active in raising awareness with individuals and businesses on the benefits of receiving financial advice and providing greater information to wider audiences.
Barn Close Residential Home is situated in a residential area of Carlisle and provides accommodation for older people. The home is owned by the Henry Lonsdale Trust who own one other home in Carlisle. The home is a period property that has been adapted and…
Barrock Court Nursing Home is purpose built and is situated near Low Heskett. The building is on one level, divided into three units The home provides residential care for elderly people. One unit, unit three, provides care and support to people living with dementia