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Cambridgeshire

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About Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire offers a wonderful range of things to see and do. Breathe in a land of lazy waterways, rolling countryside, majestic cathedrals, magnificent stately homes, bustling market towns and quaint villages. Cambridge is home to one of the world's oldest universities, the 1871 Gothic- revival All Saints Church and stunning gardens. Quaint passageways are set around the historic colleges and market place, where a relaxing and unique shopping experience can be found.

Ramsey is a quintessential English market town full of heritage and historic buildings, nestling in the stunning open countryside of seemingly never-ending skies. St Ives is a wonderful riverside town, tourist centre and thriving community.


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Disability Cambridgeshire is an advice and information service for disabled people, older people, their families and carers. Visit their website for more information - www.disability-cambridgeshire.org.uk

East Cambridgeshire Access Group promote access to information, services, all buildings - including public buildings and shops, the countryside and public transport. They are able to offer advice on improvements. For more information or to get invovled, please email Victoria Holden vickielychapter@btinternet.com

Little Miracles are a Cambridgeshire and Suffolk based parent led support group and Charity for families with children that have autism, additional needs, disabilities and life limiting conditions, their carers and siblings.  Visit their website for more information - www.littlemiraclescharity.org.uk

 

PinPoint is an organisation that helps parents in Cambridgeshire who have children with additional needs and disabilities. Visit their website for more information - www.pinpoint-cambs.org.uk

 

VoiceAbility supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. Visit their website for more information - www.voiceability.org