Bradford Young Carers Service

Service Description

Carers’ Resource delivers services for young carers across Bradford.

This service offers:

1-1 Support around caring issues

Regular age-appropriate youth groups

Regular trips allowing young carers to have a break

We have four groups running every week for young carers in different areas in Bradford.

We also have a new name for our groups. Our under 11 groups will now be called Budz and our over 11’s group will now be called UTime.

These groups are once a fortnight for each age range (under 11s one week, then over 11s the week after.)

Also the venue will be revealed once your locality worker has a chat with you.

For Bradford East:

*MONDAYS 4:30-6PM*

For Bradford South:


Keighley and Shipley, Silsden and surrounding areas that are within Bradford Council:


Bradford West:


For more information on these sessions and other services please get in touch on 01274 449660.

Service Details

Catchment Area:


Help Available:

Advice; Information; Signposting; Support (e.g. informal help)

For Ages:

5–18 years.

We Work With:

Young people (one-to-one); Young people (groups)

Opening Times:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm.

We Work In These Places:

In the community


This service is not managed by the Anna Freud Centre unless specifically stated and you should use the below details to contact the service directly.

Telephone: 01274 449660



Address: 15 Park View Court St Paul’s Road Shipley BD18 3DZ

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Last Updated: 15th May 2023

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