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There is a thriving junior section at Cranleigh (Merton Park) with over 100 children enjoying regular weekly coaching after school, Juniors progress from Tiny Tots (3-4) to development and performance squads. Excellent coaching in small groups is provided at an affordable price. See website for…
A support service for families and girls with Asperger's Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorders. The curly hair project (CHP) aims to help women and girls with Asperger's Syndrome and their neurotypical loved ones to communicate and understand each other better.
The Cybersmile Foundation aims, through education, awareness and support, to combat the growing threat of cyberbullying and create a much safer, more enjoyable digital environment. They want to provide the people affected by online hate campaigns with the tools and coping strategies to aid and…
Founded in 1999 Dancebites prides itself on having the personal touch and being a fun, friendly learning environment. With venues in Merton offering Street Dance, Tap, Ballet and Contemporary dance classes there is something for everyone from beginners to advanced.
DeafHope is the UK’s only sign-language based service to help Deaf people who suffer from domestic abuse. When sign language is the main way you communicate, it can be very hard to get help. We communicate with our clients in British Sign Language or offer interpreters…
Deen City Farm is an urban farm with an educational focus in the heart of the London Borough of Merton. We teach the local community about the rural environment and where their food comes from. We have an active Volunteering programme with opportunities to help…
The role of our detached team is similar in many ways to that of our centre-based colleagues. We travel around the borough, to establish positive relationships with young people based on mutual trust and respect. We travel to where they are, and engage with them…
The Diamond Centre was the first purpose built centre for disabled riders in the UK. Diamond provides therapeutic riding and carriage driving for children and adults with disabilities. As part of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) the centre exists to provide disabled people…
Website providing information about, and advice on, how to deal with abusive relationships. Read up on the different types of abuse and find details of organisations who can help.
Volunteering made easy. Search for and find volunteering opportunities near you. The UK’s national volunteering database, Do-it.org makes it easy for anyone to volunteer in their community. Do-it.org lists over 1m volunteering opportunities that are posted by volunteer centres, national/local charities and voluntary groups.