CARERS Rights Day is being held tomorrow.

Ceredigion County Council says that whether you are a new carer or have been caring for someone for a while, it’s important that you understand your rights and what support is out there to support you, wherever you are in your caring journey.

Whether you are in the workplace, a healthcare setting, when interacting with professionals or at home.

It may feel as if you are juggling two jobs when you are in paid work or studying and caring for a friend or relative.

This year, the Carers and Community Support Team and health and community partners want to make carers feel confident asking for what they need.

To support this, they have produced a free programme of in-person activities and online short-talks.

Cllr Catherine Hughes, carers lead and cabinet member with responsibility for Porth Gofal, early intervention, wellbeing hubs and culture, said: " It’s wonderful to be able to bring carers together again in small groups as well as continuing with online advice too.

“This programme appeals to a variety of unpaid carers.”

The programme of activities for unpaid carers is available at: and on Facebook: @CeredigionCC under events.