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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) is a leading healthcare organisation in the United Kingdom, providing a range of mental health and community healthcare services. Serving the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough regions, the trust is dedicated to delivering high-quality, compassionate care to improve the well-being of its communities. CPFT focuses on mental health services, including inpatient and outpatient care, community support, and crisis intervention. Additionally, the trust offers a range of community healthcare services, emphasizing prevention, early intervention, and holistic patient care. Committed to innovation and collaboration, CPFT plays a crucial role in advancing healthcare delivery and ensuring the well-being of individuals across its service areas.

The trust employs over 4,000 staff across more than 50 sites and 10 registered locations. The trust provides 315 inpatient beds across 24 wards, 211 of these are mental health beds and the other beds provide community rehabilitation.

The trust delivers the following mental health services:

• Acute wards for adults of working age and psychiatric intensive care units

• Child and adolescent mental health wards

• Community mental health services for people with learning disabilities or autism

• Community-based mental health services for adults of working age

• Community-based mental health services for older people

• Forensic / secure wards

• Long stay/rehabilitation mental health wards for working age adults

• Mental health crisis services and health-based places of safety

• Specialist community mental health services for children and young people

• Wards for older people with mental health problems

• Wards for people with learning disabilities or autism

• Specialist mental health services.

The trust provides the following community health services:

• Community health services for adults

• Community health services for children young people and families

• Urgent and emergency care

• Community health inpatient wards



Cambridgeshire and Peterborough offer a diverse range of education options, catering to various age groups and academic pursuits. The region is home to reputable primary and secondary schools, both state-funded and independent, providing a solid foundation for students.

Further education is facilitated through colleges offering A-levels, vocational courses, and apprenticeships. The renowned University of Cambridge is a focal point for higher education, offering a world-class academic environment across a multitude of disciplines.

Additionally, there are opportunities for adult education, professional development, and lifelong learning through various institutions and programs. The education landscape in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is characterized by a commitment to excellence, providing students with a broad spectrum of choices to pursue their educational goals.

Student Life
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Cambridgeshire offers a well-connected and diverse range of transport options, facilitating convenient travel across the county and beyond. The region benefits from an extensive road network, including major motorways and well-maintained highways, ensuring efficient connectivity by car.

Public transportation is robust, with a network of buses connecting towns and villages, providing accessible and affordable transit. Additionally, cycling is a popular mode of transport, encouraged by the county's flat terrain and designated bike paths.

The Cambridge railway station serves as a key transportation hub, linking the county to major cities across the UK.

For air travel, Cambridge is in proximity to major airports, including London Stansted and London Luton, offering international connections.

Overall, Cambridgeshire provides a comprehensive array of transport choices, allowing residents and visitors flexibility in navigating the diverse landscapes of this vibrant county.


Cambridge's rich heritage echoes through its historic landmarks, notably the University of Cambridge founded in 1209 and diverse museums focusing on sciences, archaeology, zoology, and polar exploration.

History enthusiasts can explore Anglesey Abbey, the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, Britain's largest aviation museum, and Oliver Cromwell's House in Ely.

The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, the world's longest of its kind, offers a leisurely exploration of the area. In the city, independent retailers, cozy pubs, and tempting eateries line streets like Green Street, King Street, and Mill Road.

For mainstream shopping, The Grafton, Lion Yard, and Grand Arcade centers, along with major supermarkets, cater to diverse needs.

Dining options range from The Senate for a relaxed date to the Michelin-starred Midsummer House.

Enjoy outdoor spaces like The Backs, Parker's Piece, and Jesus Green, or escape to Brampton Wood, a 326-acre ancient woodland. A punt on the River Cam is a quintessential Cambridge experience, especially on a sunny spring day.


Relocation Package & Salary

  • - Trust will refund the cost of HCPC Registration Fee

  • - Trust will Cover the cost of Visa Application Fee

  • - Trust will Cover the cost of Flight Ticket

  • - Trust will provide for 3 months' accommodation

  • - Trust will be provide an accommodation support package (You are entitled to claim for assistance from the Trust when you are ready to move into your own accommodation. The package will be to offer up to £4,000 per member of staff, to include payment of the deposit and first month’s rent, and support with essential furniture and fittings)

  • - Salary - Band 5 £28407 per annum

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