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Carter House Care Home - Country Court
Carter House is a purpose built care home, which provides dementia, nursing and personal care for up to 45 older people. Carter House Care Home is located in a quiet residential area in Raynes Park, South West London. Your loved one is in good hands…
Cassandra Centre - abusive relationship support
Cassandra Centre support young people and families, 13 to 25-year-olds, who have experienced domestic abuse. They raise awareness of domestic abuse, educate about the risks and signs, and offer much needed support and advice.
Cassar Academy (Martial Arts)
Choi Kwang Do is considered to be the most effective martial arts system in the world. It uses natural, easy-to-learn, sequential movements that will enhance your family's health.
The Castle Kindergarten
A preschool in the Wimbledon Chase area of Merton.
Catch 22 - drugs, alcohol and sexual health support service in Merton
Catch 22 delivers Merton Young Person's Risk and Resilience Service (C22 DISC) - a specialist service that supports young people to reduce the use of substances, promote sexual health and positive health choices through early intervention, prevention and substance misuse treatment for young people aged 24…
Catch 22 - ESF London Youth Programme
The ESF London Youth Programme is a free service for young people aged 18-24 years looking for employment, apprenticeships or education provision. Catch 22 is a leading training and apprenticeship provider with extensive industry experience. They also run programmes to get young people work-ready and…
A childminder based in Raynes Park. Catherine works together with Lauren Dodd, who is her childminding assistant.
Caudwell Children provide family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK. The Charity's Family Support Service helps families by providing practical and emotional support in the home.
CEA Card - UK Cinema Association
The Card enables a disabled cinema goer to receive a complimentary ticket for their companion when they visit a participating cinema. The Card is also a way for cinemas to ensure they look after their disabled guests. Eligibility criteria includes being in receipt of the…
Central London Community Healthcare Continence Service
Offers a comprehensive range of support to help people self-manage and remain independent, or to adapt and modify their lifestyles to adjust to increasing dependence. Housebound patients are seen by district nurses in the first instance. Patients 18 years and over Living or registered with…