Welcome to Warwickshire Young Carers' Project

Warwickshire Young Carers' Project is here to help improve the lives of Young Carers across Warwickshire by offering free and confidential support

We work with young carers from the age of 8 upwards, and aim to help make a difference to their lives by encouraging them to take time out to relax, take a break and to realise their own dreams.

We don’t have all the answers, but we will try to find them for any Young Carers who come to us for help or support. There are many ways we can help you – just click on the links to find out how.

Warwickshire Young Carers' Project is an independent local charity that tailors the help, support and advice we offer to the individual needs of each Young Carer. For more information, please get in touch with us.

Please note: WE HAVE MOVED!

We have recently moved from our offices in Honiley to a new facility in Ryton. Please bear with us as we get things up and running with the move to our new office and please use the following details to contact us:

Ryton Gardens
Wolston Lane
Ryton on Dunsmore
Tel: 02476 217740


Latest News

Please read the latest news below:

Young Carers Summer Fair!

06 May 2015

We are having a Summer Fair on Saturday 13th June 12-4pm  in aid of the Young Carers in Rugby. It's at Hill Street Youth and Community Centre in Rugby and everyone is welcome to...

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Assemblies at The Polesworth School

23 March 2015

Last week two Young Carers Project staff and five Young Carers from The Polesworth School in North Warwickshire delivered assemblies to around 1,600 pupils. It was great to raise awareness of Young...

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Well Done Camp Hill Primary!!

23 March 2015

A huge congratulations to Camp Hill Primary School in Nuneaton for successfully achieving the Warwickshire Young Carers Schools Award at Bronze Level. We want to thank everyone at the school,...

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Perhaps you help by cooking and shopping...
You might help with personal care such as bathing or toileting...

It might be up to you to make sure tablets are taken...

Maybe you look after brothers and sisters or it could be that you keep someone company and make sure that they are okay...