The Duke and Duchess of Westminster opened their Chapel and Long Room for NEWCIS
to 'Step into Christmas Past' with traditional carols by Mold & District Choral Society.
, I honestly think I would have caved in.
works at recognising and defining carers roles and helping to give them a voice in North Wales.
BEING PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR: Working here at NEWCIS
is so rewarding, to helping a carer through a crisis to preventing a carer breakdown and even arranging a Christmas celebration.
BEING OFFICER: NEWCIS
has 6148 carers in Flintshire and 3,500 in Denbighshire registered with them.
But please speak to us at NEWCIS
and we will endeavour to help.
MAXINE BITHELL: We will provide information and regular updates in our quarterly NEWCIS
Newsletter, where carers will also be able to access information about booking counselling places and carers breaks.
SHELAGH PERSICH: NEWCIS
have a dedicated team of volunteers who are vital in enabling us to provide the range of support we offer to carers.
has supported carers across North East Wales for over 23 years and, as a Carer's Trust Centre of Excellence, our recent bid for funding to the Big Lottery to help us to assist even more carers was successful, with an award of PS999,182 to fund the Carers Wellbeing Project.
If carers register with NEWCIS
they can receive ongoing information on their rights, support and a regular copy of our newsletter.
MADELEINE MOSELEY: NEWCIS
has just opened its first charity shop in the precinct in Buckley, which is a great opportunity for people to volunteer and help raise funds for carers.
HELEN OWEN: There are all sorts of ways you can help support NEWCIS