Links to Government job site. Please click on the following link to go to the Gov.UK website www.gov.uk
Links to local government:
- http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/fis – The Surrey Family Information Service give advice and information to parents & carers of children and young people from 0 to 25 years on all services in Surrey and the professionals who work with them.
Links to local schools:
Links to other Tandridge Children’s Centres:
Links to other organisations:
The Citizen’s Advice Bureau provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. If you can’t get to the local office in Oxted we can ask for an Advisor to meet you here at the Centre.
Buses 4U provide a community transport bus services which principally operate within the local council areas of Mole Valley District, Reigate & Banstead Borough and Tandridge District in Surrey. Bus services are a completely flexible type of local bus that has no fixed timetable. The route of the bus is determined by the requests from passengers.
The National Autistic Society provides information and support on autism and asperger syndrome.
Family Links help parents to make positive changes to their lives and to become the parent they want to be.
The Baby Café charity coordinates a network of breastfeeding drop-in centres and other services to support breastfeeding mothers.
East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services is an independent charity providing outreach and associated services in Tandridge. They offer confidential listening and practical advice on legal, housing and benefit matters and can talk to you on the phone or meet you face to face to discuss any concerns that you may have about your relationship.
Home-Start helps families with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. They support parents as they learn to cope, improve their confidence and build better lives for their children.
Check this out for recipes, hints on portion sizes and lots of other food information.
The British Dyslexia Association provides information and support on dyslexia.
The Epilepsy Society help everyone affected by epilepsy to live a full life and provide information and a confidential helpline.
First steps aim to help people find their way back to emotional well-being. The goal is to help people talk about and understand their emotions, thoughts and feelings, and make informed choices in addressing their mental health needs.