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Remark! Living

Remark! Living are a deaf-led organisation who work with deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users who may require some extra support. They provide the following services: specialist support (mental health, physical disability) to encourage people to remain in their own homes

Young Mums Support Network

Young Mums Support Network (YMSN) offers support and advice to single and young mums. YMSN provides support, training and development to young mothers in deprived arrears. It aims to empower young women to make informed decisions about their lifestyle and relationships. They also offer: …

Cerebra

Cerebra is a charity set up to help improve the lives of children and young people with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers. Cerebra's website and telephone helpline aims to help all children up to the…

Cerebra-Parents Guide to Education Health and Care Plans

Cerebra is a charity set up to help improve the lives of children and young people with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers. Cerebra's guide has been prepared for parents of children and young people…

Broomwood Hall School

Nursery class in an Independent School

Cycling Training and Skills

Cycling training courses are available, free of charge, to children and adults who live, work, or study in Wandsworth. Courses can be tailored for special needs. The courses available are: Children's basic cycle training sessions (9 to 10 year olds) Children's basic…

Young Carers E-Learning for Practitioners

The Department for Health and the Department for Education, alongside the National Young Carers Coalition (who, together, form The Children's Society), have created an e-learning module for practitioners around young carers. The module will help practitioners: to identify young carers; to support young carers; and by checking…

Battersea Park New Playground by the Millenium Arena

Battersea Park has a brand new playground, which opened in July 2017.  As well as the brand new playground, a new pedestrian entrance to the park has been created between Chelsea and Rosary Gates, with associated landscaping, connecting with existing paths near the Millennium Arena
By the Millenium Arena, behind the Lakeside Cafe, near the Boating Lake, Chelsea Bridge Road, Battersea, London, SW11 4PY Add to Shortlist

Supporting Relationships and Families (SRF)

SRF, (formerly known as Separation and Reunion Forum), is a membership organisation, dedicated to raising awareness of the long-lasting traumatic effects on the emotional well-being of young children and families who have experienced broken attachments, separation and loss. They also aim to highlight the need for…

Link Up Battersea

Link Up Battersea brings together volunteers willing to share their professional skills with local charities, community groups and social enterprises who need those skills to make a real difference in the community. There are many people like you who have skills and time they would…