Richmond Carers Centre provides free and confidential information, advice and emotional support to unpaid carers living in or caring for someone in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Carers who register with us can access our full range of services, which includes activities and events for carers, workshops and learning opportunities, signposting and referrals to other local organisation who may be able to help, support navigating the system, counselling for carers, help to complete funding applications, quarterly newsletters and regular updates by email.

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Services for Adult Carers

Richmond Carers Centre provides information, advice and support for carers aged over 18 and living in or caring for someone living in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

Services for Young Carers

Richmond Carers Centre provides a number of services for young carers aged 5-18 years and works closely with a number of key local organisations to support young carers in the borough

Information for Professionals

Richmond Carers Centre support professionals to signpost and refer carers to us. We provide information on our website and can advise you by phone or email


An unpaid carer is someone of any age who, without payment, provides care and support to a partner, friend, relative or neighbour who could not manage without their help. This may be due to a physical or learning disability, a mental health condition, long term illness, frailty, addiction or substance misuse.

Anyone can become a carer and often carers do not realise for some time that this is what they are. Many feel they are just doing their duty as a spouse, friend or family member and no more than anyone else in their situation would do. Becoming a carer is not a choice that people make, it is the outcome of a change in circumstance and they simply get on with it.

Young adult carers are aged 18-25 and face very specific difficulties such as transitioning from children to adult services whilst juggling education, employment and caring responsibilities, which can impact the choices they make and how they cope with caring as an adult.

Young carers are children and young people under the age of 18 who are taking on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities normally expected of an adult, and can include anything from cooking, shopping and housework to administering medication, assisting with personal care such as washing or dressing, interpreting, physical support such as lifting and even emotional support or looking after younger siblings.

Think you may be a carer? Call 020 8867 2380 or click to email us

Carers support sessions
Break activities delivered
New carer registrations
Are young carers under 18


INNOVATIVE We are creative and solution focused, using our knowledge and experience to continually improve our offer

RESPONSIVE Listening, caring and empathy underpin our approach

COLLABORATIVE We are committed to working with our team, with carers and others to deliver the best service we can

RELIABLE Integrity and respect are important to us. We will do what we say

DRIVEN We believe in what we do and strive to make a positive difference

Where are we?

Richmond Carers Centre is located in Briar Road, off Twickenham Green, Twickenham TW2 6RB.

Parking, in and around Briar Road, is residents only.  Buses 110, 290, 490 stop near Briar Road and buses H22, R70, 267, 281 stop the other side of Twickenham Green. The nearest railways stations to Richmond Carers Centre are Twickenham, Whitton and  Strawberry Hill.


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