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The 15th Wallington Scout Group provides fun and adventure for young people with additional needs. Beavers - Ages 6 to 8 Cubs - ages 8 to 10 1/2 Scouts - ages 10 1/2 to 14 Explorers - young people aged 14 to 18 years Network - young…
A parent run support group for families who have children and young people with Down's syndrome. A number of diverse events appealing to people with Down's syndrome of all ages and their families take place at venues including Norbiton Children's Centre and Langdon Down Centre…
Located in a quiet, residential area 21 and 31 Budge Lane are detached, purpose-built residential care homes with large back gardens. Residents are supported to take part in the local community with Budge Lane having numerous public transport links. Support is available 24/7.
3H is a charity that provides subsidised group holidays at well researched venues for the physically disabled and respite for their carers. They can offer help to disabled people and carers with either Organised Group Holidays or assistance towards holidays organised by yourself through their…
6th Mitcham Brownies and Guides are part of Girlguiding, the UK's leading charity for girls and young females Brownies - 7 - 10 years old Guides - 10 - 14 years old We offer fun and friendship in a a safe space. Our young people…
A2ndVoice is an informal voluntary group based in South West London. The service is led by parents with children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum. The service aims to empower and to inspire each-other and to bring parents/carers together with similar situations. A2ndVoice also…
CLOSED In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, all services at Abbey Children's Centre have been suspended Abbey Children's Centre in South Wimbledon offers services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
Coronavirus status: OPEN
A preschool based at Abbey Children's Centre. The preschool caters for 2-year-old children receiving free (funded) early education places. Children take up their places from the school term after their second birthday. A limited number of paid for places are also available.
A Community Primary School. Provides for children from the term after their third birthday in the nursery class to year 6. There is a breakfast club on site which is run by the school. Type of School Community Gender Mixed Religious Affiliation None Reception Places…
National charity providing advice, support and supply of adapted computer equipment to disabled adults and children.