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Changing Places toilets in and around Wandsworth

Over a 1/4 million people need Changing Places toilets to enable them to get out and about and enjoy the day-to-day activities many of us take for granted. The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the over 1/4 of…

Charcoal Grill - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at the Charcoal Grill. As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: call ahead before your first visit to find out when…

Charis Grants

Millions of people in Britain live in hardship and struggle to pay some or all of their bills, but many of those in trouble are not aware that help could be available when it is needed most. Many utility companies offer some form of assistance…

Charlie Round-Turner Photography - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at this photographers.As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: email and ask to speak to the photographer, and ask if…

Chelsea FC Foundation pan-disability training sessions

Fridays: 6.30pm-9pm
Fun football training sessions for disabled footballers with Chelsea FC Foundation’s fully qualified coaches. There are two groups, for ambulant disabled players, male and female: young people aged 12-16 years old. and 16 and over. You can:  learn new skills; take part…

Chesterton Children's Centre

Children's Centres provide a welcoming space where you and your child can have fun and learn. For dads, mums and carers with their children aged 0-5 years.The benefits of attending a Children’s Centre include: making…

Chesterton Primary School

Primary school nursery class or nursery school
Chesterton Primary School provides education for up to 460 children. The school is located in the Battersea area. This school caters for boys and girls aged between 3-11 years old. All Wandsworth schools: offer a curriculum which covers the National Curriculum;…

Chestnut Grove Academy

Secondary school
Chestnut Grove School became a new-style, high performing Academy for boys and girls aged 11-19 in July 2011 . It has 907 pupils on roll. Academy schools are state-funded schools that are funded directly by central government and are independent of direct control by the local authority.

CHICKS

CHICKS provide week long respite breaks for disadvantaged children from across the UK, who would not otherwise have a break in that year. The children they support come from a variety of backgrounds from those living in poverty, children that are being…

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) - Springfield Hospital

This is a multi-disciplinary service providing a specialised service for children and young people with severe, complex and persistent mental health disorders. It provides a comprehensive (Tier 3*) assessment and treatment service.This service is for children and young people up to the age…