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What is the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub?

At TuVida, we know that it's not just people receiving care that need support; often, carers also need a helping hand too. That's why our Nottinghamshire Carers Hub provides free, confidential and personalised information and support for carers.

A carer is someone who supports a relative or friend of any age fitting at least one of the following descriptions:

  • elderly and frail
  • physically disabled
  • has a learning disability
  • has mental health issues
  • has a history of substance misuse
  • has a serious health condition.

The Nottinghamshire Carers Hub aims to make carers' lives easier in a variety of ways; whether by connecting them with other carers, or providing free, confidential advice and information, or access to employment, training and volunteering opportunities.

The scheme is funded by Nottinghamshire County Council, Nottingham City Council and the local NHS.

Our services

The team at the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub is available 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday to provide:

Want to know more? This video examples how we helped one of our clients during the Coronavirus lockdown period:

To find out more about what we can offer to you, please contact us.


We host regular support groups, meetings and drop-in sessions, aimed at helping carers access information and support relevant to your personal situation. Please contact us for details of these groups and meetings.

We also run annual events for carers in celebration of Carers Week, Carers Rights Day, and Young Carers Awareness Day, and occasionally other events too. View upcoming events.

News & updates

Want to receive regular updates from the Hub? Email us and ask to be added to our mailing list.

You can also view our recent newsletters here and/or follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more news from across the organisation.

Contact us

Fill in the downloadable Referral Form and email or post it to us:

Email: [email protected] 

Address: 19 Pelham Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NG5 1AP.

Telephone: 0115 824 8824 (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday)

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