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We are an independent local charity, supporting the needs of adults aged 50+ living in County Durham.

We are governed by our own Board of Trustees and are responsible for creating our own income. All the money raised is spent locally and we rely on the generosity of the local community, funders and people like you. This helps us to keep operating services that are so vital to the people of our community. Our staff and volunteers work very hard to keep you safe and well all year round.

Our Latest News

  • Durham County Council Consultations

    Published on 11 July 2024 09:25 AM

    Durham County Council want to give everyone who lives, works or visits County Durham the chance to help improve their...

  • Care Connect Summer Offer

    Published on 28 June 2024 12:44 PM

    In July and August, Care Connect will be running a Summer Offer which will be available from 1 July until 31 August f...

  • Summer weather

    Published on 10 June 2024 11:00 AM

    If we are lucky, summer brings us sunshine and blue skies. While it can be nice to make the most of the warmer weathe...

We're here to help and support anyone aged over 50 living in County Durham

  • Information and Advice

    We can offer help to make sure you are receiving the correct benefits and services available to you

  • Help at Home

    Our Help at Home service can you help you with shopping support, light gardening, DIY etc 

  • Mental Health & Wellbeing

    Our counselling and support service can offer you a safe and confidential space to talk about your worries

  • Digital Inclusion

    Our FREE digital inclusion service can help you to access digital services and communication

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0191 386 3856 0191 386 3856

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Age UK Charity Quality 325.jpg Age UK County Durham has acheived the Age UK Charity Quality Standard (CQS).  The CQS is externally assessby quality assessment experts, SGS.


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