Pioneering Care Partnership

The Pioneering Care Centre is a new 'one stop shop' resource centre in Newton Aycliffe, which houses a diverse range of services and facilities under one roof.

The centre serves both the people of Sedgefield Borough and the wider population of County Durham, Darlington and beyond. No referral is necessary to use services.

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Volunteer Cancer Awareness Champion

Ferryhill   Weardale   Bishop Auckland   Spennymoor   Sedgefield   Peterlee   Seaham   Consett   Crook/Willington   Chester le Street   Teesdale   Newton Aycliffe   Stanley   Volunteering from Home   Durham City  
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County Durham Resilience Volunteer

Volunteering from Home   Durham City  
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PCP Trustee

Newton Aycliffe  
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Volunteer Community Researcher

Newton Aycliffe  
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Cycle Marshall

Newton Aycliffe  
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                      'Become  part  of  our  lively  community  research  team!    PCP  is  a  major  Northeast  charity  providing  a  range  of  health,  wellbeing  and  learning  services.    We  are  looking  for  volunteers  to  help  us  conduct  our  research  across  County  Durham.    Our  team  has  a  vital  role  in  identifying  and  understanding  what  people  need  from  community  services  in  our  area,  and  to  identify  where  our  charity  most  needs  to  place  its  resources.    Volunteers  will  join  us  in  reaching  out  to  people  across  the  County  to  listen  to  individuals’  experiences  and  gauge  public  opinions  on  key  topics.  The  information  we  gather  will  directly  inform  the  community  projects  we  provide.  \n\nOur  current  research  projects  include:  \n•\tThe  Cost  of  Living  Crisis\n•\t‘The  Big  County  Durham  Pandemic  Survey’  \n•\tSocial  isolation  and  befriending\n•\tLearning  disability  and  autism  \n\nWe  are  looking  for  volunteers  to  support  us  across  our  research  projects,  and  research  champions  who  can  use  their  own  places  in  the  community  to  support  us  with  engaging  others  in  our  research.  \n',
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