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This page is for Network Members to submit information they would like made available across the network. To submit material you'd like to have published here, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Don't forget to check our news and events page too.


Do you support Military Veterans?

If you would like to know more about the support services in Cumbria for your clients who are military veterans then Kerry Newham, the Advice and Information Officer for the Royal British Legion, is happy to advise. Kerry can attend staff meetings or offer 1-1 meetings around the County.

Emotional guidance and financial support is available for anyone who has served for 7 consecutive days including Reservists.

Contact Kerry at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 07500 553 007.


Skills 4 You

Click here to download a flyer on Skills 4 You and how their programmes can help people back into employment.


Cumbria Libraries

Online Banking Poster

Online Banking Leaflet

Online Safety Poster

Online Safety Leaflet


IT sessions are available at Carlisle Library as part of the Financial Inclusion project supported by The Good Things Foundation. These are:

  • Managing your money online - helping people how to do budgeting, banking and shopping online in a safe and easy way.
  • Internet safety - helping people to get online and stay safe.


Training can also be taken out into the community, with sessions also held in other libraries or community centres/buildings if they have wifi.


Libraries also offer basic IT and internet training, online digital skills training aimed at SME's and anyone wanting to develop their digital skills and use the internet to promote and grow their business, a weekly tablet/ipad session and monthly Ancestry and Find My Past sessions for those wanting to use the internet to trace their family history.


Age UK West Cumbria

Click here to download the Alcohol and You leaflet from Age UK promoting a healthier attitude towards alcohol.



Click here to download information on the PeerTalk project which aims to support individuals and families who live with depression.


Supporting Refugees in Cumbria

As you may already by aware, Cumbria will be welcoming just under 300 refugees over the next 3 years. Many local third sector organisations, churches and community groups have already expressed an interest in helping to support these individuals when they arrive in Cumbria. Cumbria Third Sector Network are working closely with Cumbria County Council (and other public sector organisations) to coordinate that work.


If your organisation is interested in being involved, please go to the Cumbria CVS website, complete and return the questionnaire that's on the website. Or download the document here.


Click here to download an information sheet on Supporting Refugees in Cumbria.


The Charity Social Media Toolkit

Here is a link to a guide to social media for charities with chapters including Your Social Media Strategy; Putting Social Info Action; How to Grow Your Social Network; How to Campaign and Fundraise; Social Media Style and Consistency; Social Analytics and Advertising; Employee Social Media Advocacy; The Future of Social Media for Non Profits.


Safer Cumbria

West Cumbria Dyslexia Association offer Saturday morning classes for children aged 6-18 years who need additional help with reading and spelling. A fee applies. Click here (word doc 25kb) for more information.

Mental Health Resources

Click here to download a list of mental health resources available in Cumbria provided by Mind.