Supporting those who care for others

Welcome to Carers Voice

Carers Voice is an independent charity representing Carers in Norfolk and Waveney

Carers Voice is an independent charity representing Carers in Norfolk and Waveney.

As a Carer, you are an ‘expert’ through your lived experience of caring and you should be able to have a say in services, policies and decisions that affect you and the people that you care for.

At Carers Voice, we are here to give unpaid Carers a voice in the way their services in Norfolk and Waveney are designed, developed and delivered. We are partners within the Carers Matter Norfolk service. Carers Matter Norfolk is the county-wide support services for unpaid Carers offering support that is personalised to meet what matters to Carers. For more information, please visit or call the free Advice Line on 0800 083 1148.


What We Offer.


Carers Ambassadors

We have a number of wonderful Carers Ambassadors within Carers Voice. They identify and support Carers, and advise them of available help and resources

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We have locality meetings that take place in five localities across Norfolk. We also have User Involvement and Co-Production Meetings

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All-Age Carers Strategy

Carers Voice are leading on and co-producing the initial stage of the first All Age Carers Strategy for Norfolk & Waveney 2022-2025. This is to find out what Carers see as priorities to support them

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By registering for FREE with Carers Voice you will:

Please email to register as a member or if you have any questions


We would like to introduce ourselves....

We are Sophie Little, Membership and Grants Officer, Sharon Brooks, Chief Officer and Catherine Kennedy, Carers Voice and Co-Production Facilitator.

Sophie Little

Co-Production and Project Officer

Sharon Brooks

Chief Officer

Catherine Kennedy

Carer Involvement Meetings Co-Ordinator

The delayed Second Reading of the Carer’s Leave Bill will take place on 21 October.

Read about the difference this Bill would make to millions of carers here: #RightToCarersLeave

Do you care for someone living with dementia? Would you love to be able to get outdoors with them and take part in informal activities?

The Monument project at @NorfolkCC invite you to a day at @RedwingsHS on Wednesday 12 October.

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Do you have a young carer in your family who loves drama and storytelling?

@Norwich_Theatre are inviting you to join them for a free playwriting course on a subject that matters to you, starting Saturday 24 September.

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In light of energy bill and cost of living rises, Caring Together are staging a webinar to help Carers understand the help and support that is available to them. Please see the poster for more information. #Carers #EnergyPriceRises #UnpaidCarers

The Inclusive Economy Project & James Paget Hospital are looking to work with the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector to develop & pilot a new anchor institution project. Grants are available to support this. Closing date is 9am on 20th Sep->

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