Carlisle Mencap is a locally funded charity, we rely on your generous donations of time and money to run many of our events and services.
GET your quiz teams together for a fundraising test of knowledge at The Beehive pub in Warwick Road, Carlisle, on October 17! Click on headline for more details.
Carlisle Active events!
OUR Carlisle Active group have a busy time ahead - trips to Silloth and the Beamish Museum, pantomime fun and a Christmas party! Click on headline for full details!
So much coming up!
AS we head into autumn and winter there are a lot of fun events coming up to help raise money for Carlisle Mencap! Click on the headline to find out more!
Children's Services Short Breaks
SHORT Break Sundays and Activity Days organised by Carlisle Mencap's Children's Services from October 2019 to February 2020. Click on the headline to find out more!
October Half-term fun!
THE October Half-Term Playscheme has THREE great events taking place during the holiday break. Click on the headline to find out more!
Mencap and Young Ambassadors
CARLISLE Mencap is proud to be taking part in the Talent Connect Event organised by Young Carlisle Ambassadors - Influence The Future Of The City - in Carlisle City Centre on Saturday, September 21. Click on the headline to find out more!
Come and work for Carlisle Mencap!
WE are looking for enthusiastic and compassionate people to come and work for Carlisle Mencap! As advertised on CFM! Click on headline for more details.
Challenging Behaviour Workshops
CARLISLE Mencap's Grace Little Centre will be the venue for three Challenging Behaviour Workshops in September and October, organised by The Challenging Behaviour Foundation. They are FREE. Click on headline for full details.
Bag pack to raise money for California House
Please come along and help raise money for California House
Peter is running in his uniform to help us.
help California House
Can you spare a little time to help raise money to transform California House.
All those who remember Callum Todd are invited to celebrate his life at a memorial day at Grace Little Centre