Who are we?

The Carers Trust, formally known as The Princess Royal Trust for Carers has 144 centres across Britain supporting unpaid carers. Solihull Carers Centre has been established for 10 years. We are Solihull’s lead organisation for carers and we have an extensive range of services to help support carers of all ages.

What do we do?

Solihull Carers Centre provides emotional support, information and advice and assistance to those providing unpaid care. This could be for a relative, friend or other person who has a disability, is frail or has a long term illness. We support all age groups;


  • Young Carers, aged 5 – 18 years


  • Young Adult Carers, aged 18 – 24 years


  • Adult Carers, aged 25 and over


All our services are confidential.


We work towards increasing awareness of the role played by carers looking after others in the community, along with recognition of the expertise carers have to offer and the valuable contribution they make to society.


Our Young Carers Team offers day trips out, mini holidays, weekend and school holiday activities and monthly club sessions. As well as all this we offer one to one support, advice, help to find other services that can support young carers and we can speak to people on your behalf or help you with what you want to say. For more information about what Young Carers click here.


The Young Adult Carers Team is a new service which offers activities, training, advice and guidance to Young Adult Carers aged 18-25 years. We provide free and confidential information, advice and guidance, as well as holding one to one and group support sessions. We aim to help carers identify and access their future goals and aspirations, encouraging independence and decreasing isolation. To find out more about Young Adult Carers click here.


Our Adult Carers Team offers a telephone support line which includes emotional support, advice and information and signposting to additional organisations. We support carers caring for people with a range of health issues and we have support workers focussed on learning disabilities and special educational needs. We also carry out carers assessments and reviews. Face to face support can be arranged and we hold drop in sessions and carers support groups throughout the borough. As well as this we offer events and activities and carers views meetings. Once registered, carers will also receive a carers identification card. For more information about the Adult Carers team click here.


Solihull Carers Centre Ready For Success

“CEO Brandon Scott Omenka (Pictured)  picked up an award for participating in a business development programme commissioned by Solihull Council and backed by Solihull Together for Better Lives. The Programme included a series of Seminars by the Development in Social Enterprise (DISE) team.  DISE have produced a networking directory that provides an overview of key …

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Congratulations Dorridge Surgery

Finalists in Solihull Together for better lives awards! We nominated Practice Manager Amanda Shakespeare and Dorridge surgery for the category Primary Care Service of the Year, for their efforts to reach and support carers. Amanda has really engaged with our GP Liaison project sharing the “Think Patient Think Carer” pathway throughout the surgery. This encourages …

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MyJo Concert – raising funds for Solihull Young Carers

The Rotary of St Alphege are organising an event to raise money for young carers. If you would like to attend please contact Gina Ward at the Carers Centre on 0121 788 1143 for tickets at £15 each. For credit card purchase please contact the Box Office at Solihull Arts Centre on 0121 704 6962. …

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Chip Shop Quiz Night Fundraiser

Calling all quizzers!!! Come and join us for our Fundraising Quiz on Friday 11th March at the Highwood Pub in Solihull. There will be 10 rounds including an interval blockbuster There will be a prize for the winner and other opportunities to win such as… Raffle Heads and Tails Game Tickets on a first come first …

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Come along to our open evening to find out more about this exciting opportunity to become a peer mentor

Peer Mentor Open Evening, Monday 15th February 2016

Come along to our open evening to find out more about this exciting opportunity to become a peer mentor

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Pudsey will be joining us on Saturday

Young Carers Awareness Day and Open Day Event

Today is Young Carers Awareness Day. Young Carers Awareness Day is a national day of recognition for the 700,000 young carers in the UK who work around the clock providing care and support to family and friends. Solihull Carers Centre have been running a number of events in the Solihull area to raise awareness. Open …

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Thanks to Browns Pharmacy Solihull for raising funds for Solihull Young Carers

Hello to Decembear and thanks to Browns Pharmacy Solihull for raising funds for Solihull Young Carers with name the polar bear. #winner # re-raffle # breast cancer support# partnership working

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Young Carers Newsletter, January 2016

Happy New Year Young Carers New year and a new newsletter. Please click here for what’s coming up for the next 3 months January 2016 Young Carers Newsletter Online Version If you would like to register for any events please click here If you would like to make any suggestions then please go here Subscribe to …

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