Change Style Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size
Featured articles

Are You A Carer?

Do you care for a relative, partner or friend who cannot manage without this support due to illness, frailty or disability?   Do you provide help in an unpaid capacity?
If you have answered YES, you are a carer and if you live in Waltham Forest - then we are here to help you.  Browse this website for information on support and services available in Waltham Forest - and sign up below to receive our email bulletin and updates. 


 Vote for Russell Road Garden - Making Places Fund
We wanted to bring the Making Places fund to your attention.

WFCA think the Hub garden at Russell Road would be a great recipient of the vote. If you can nominate it as a location (and it wins!) WFCA and Organiclea can then deliver a garden project for carers there!”

Therapeutic Care Group

Waltham Forest Carers Associations’ friendly Therapeutic Care group continues to meet on Thursdays at Priory Court, E17 5NB. The next session is on March 23rd 10am-12.30 p.m. and will be facilitated on this occasion by Maggie Playle rather than Ann Marie McAndrew. Please call (020-8556-0857) or email to book an appointment for a hand, neck and shoulder massage. If you just want to pop along to chat and socialise with other carers please just drop in.

13 & 27th July 2017


Our annual general meeting took place on May 17th and we were very pleased to welcome many carer members and friends of WFCA. The formal business of adopting the annual review / accounts as well as electing a new Board of trustees was undertaken. We then had a great discussion about the future of WFCA and carers were pleased to hear about the planned “carers befriending scheme,” some people volunteered, straight away, to be volunteer “befrienders!” Funding for a pilot project has been secured from the National Lottery and we are awaiting the outcomes of other funding applications.

The following people were re-elected to the Board –

Neil Collins, Durre Wassim, Clarice Wint, Vida Timms

Joachim Bridet, Karen Stanley and Elizabeth Blewett all stood down and were thanked for their work for WFCA

If you feel you could help WFCA either as a Trustee or as a volunteer please get in touch 020 8556 0857 or

Waltham Forest Carers Association are looking for volunteers and people with enthusiasm!

Do you have a skill, hobby or interest that you would like to share with likeminded carers? Maybe you are great at photography, jogging, walking, crafts, computers, gardening, chatting or dance and would like to introduce others to this activity? WFCA are very keen to develop groups of carers and volunteers who would be willing and able (with support) to share their skills other carers. WFCA are happy to provide venues to meet up and coordinate. We will probably even offer drinks and biscuits! Please get in touch as soon as you can with your ideas to share.

Changes to Carers Services in Waltham Forest.

From 1 October 2016 adult carer services in Waltham Forest will be provided by about the changes and this
Carers FIRSTRead more here new service in the borough.

Waltham Forest Carers Association’s website will continue to offer a wealth of
information for carers

There is an elegance and sharpness to it that is captivating.It is our great honor to offer a a series of Swiss Replica Watches for you. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with anything you need. Good-quality replicas are thus, an analogy of admirable workmanship, in agreement of amazing account and design. It is a good way to satisfy the dream of luxury watches by purchasing a high grade replica watch.You may be sporting a very fine Patek Philippe Replica. And since the quality is so authentic it is bound to stay with you for ever.Their design consistency of Rolex Replica has created a distinctive look. In the last, Omega Replica is work of art and classic design. It's also a great investment if you have the available cash, as you won't have to worry about the Richard Mille Replica losing value.

Ask a question

Recently asked questions:

Can I come to your support group meetings if I live in Haringey?