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Knaphill Methodist Church

Cameo is a meeting held for anyone who is free on a Wednesday afternoon At Knaphill Methodist Church. The group have a variety of different programmes, many of them taken from their church members and friends and they often invite speakers from well-known charities to come along. The last ten minutes of the meeting includes a prayer and a hymn or song.


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Salvation Army

CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) is a social group organised by the Salvation Army. The group meets on Wednesdays from 1.00pm at Addlestone Salvation Army Hall.


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Cameo Day Centre

CAMEO provide small self contained day centres offering respite to carers looking after a confused person.


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Spelthorne Borough Council

The Cameo Specialist Memory Group runs Mondays 10am-1.30pm & 1.30-4pm, Tuesday 10am-1.30pm, Wednesday from 10am & Thursday 10am-1.30pm.


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Campaign against Living Miserably (CALM)

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. They offer support services and information for anyone who is experiencing suicidal feelings, or who has been bereaved by suicide.


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Elmbridge Borough Council

A cancer and cardiac rehab trained instructor will lead you through a fun yet thorough series of exercises to help you improve your strength and flexibility.


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Cancer Reasearch UK

Cancer Research UK offer information and advice to those who are affected by cancer. They run a confidential advice service on 0808 800 4040 Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. The advice service is operated by Cancer Research UK nurses. An interpreting service is available for callers whose first language is not English.

Advice and Advocacy

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Macmillan Service

A list of cancer support groups in Surrey is maintained on the Macmillan Cancer UK website. These groups offer support to people diagnosed with cancer, those who are pre-diagnosis, family members and friends.


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Canterbury Centre, The

We are a drop in centre in Guildford for people with mental health issues. We provide a friendly and supportive atmosphere along with various activities for you to enjoy.

Mental Health

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CAP Debt Centre - Guildford

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is a national debt counselling charity with a network of debt centres based in local churches, including Esher Green Baptist Church. Volunteer debt counsellors can meet you in the privacy of your own home to offer free practical advice and support, and provide a real solution to your debts.

Advice and Advocacy

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If you are at risk of abuse or neglect or suspect someone else is, you need to report it.

In an emergency call 999

Please contact the Surrey Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH):

Tel: 0300 470 9100 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday)

Out of hours Emergency Duty Team: 01483 517898
Adults email: ascmash@surreycc.gov.uk
Childrens email: cspa@surreycc.gov.uk

Support through a mental health crisis contact the Mental Health Crisis Helpline (Surrey & Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) : 0800 915 4644

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