There is currently £58 million per year of services within Cambridgeshire and Peterborough which have been commissioned by the Children’s Commissioning Team. These are listed on our contract register for Cambridgeshire.
Peterborough City Council use Source Dogg for tenders with information available here.
Circles Network is a national charity with a reputation for building inclusive communities and working with disabled and disadvantaged children and young people. They have a long standing and established presence in Peterborough and have been supporting children and young people with disabilities in the city for over 20 years. Circles Network currently provide a One to One service, Small Group services and Large Group services to children and young people aged 7-19 with disabilities and complex needs. These services promote autonomy, independence, confidence and wellbeing and give children and young people to participate in a wide variety of activities. These involve activities such as computer gaming, music, arts and crafts, sports, drama, cooking, team games and relaxation.
Centre 33 are a local Cambridgeshire based charity who support Children and Young People up to the age of 25 and provide support around Mental Health, Sexual Help, Housing and finance, benefits and employment as well as delivering the Young Carers Support contract on behalf of Cambridgeshire. The video below shows the impact that this service has on Children and Young people in the area.