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Breast feeding support This new time is from 6th September 2019, if you need this service before then please contact the Family Hub.
Peer support group for Breastfeeding mothers. Supported by the Health Visiting team and Family Wellbeing team. You will be able to share with other mothers your experiences as well as have 1:1 support from the professional team. £1 per family
 The UK's leading distance learning college. We offer easy, affordable and convenient access to world-class education. Our open college courses are ideal for those looking to kick-start or advance their careers. Discover something new, explore your interests or refresh existing qualifications.https://www.bolc.co.uk/
The group is run by volunteers and has been running for a number of years.  We operate from Brightwalton VIllage Hall which is the same hall as the Pre-School. Wide variety of toys available (inc. ride-on-toys, ball pit, climbing frame, soft play shapes, tunnels, tents,…
Day nursery
The Grange was opened in June 2012 and is now a privately owned Nursery as part of the Bright Horizons family, located within the heart of Thatcham Town Centre.  As part of Bright Horizons / Asquith our legacy is built on our commitment to Keeping…
Schools
Brightwalton C.E Primary is a small rural school in the middle of the village of Brightwalton, set high on the Berkshire Downs, close to the borders of Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. The school offers an education inspired by Christian values. We believe everyone is precious in…
Schools
Brimpton is a small rural school.  We currently have 53 pupils on role. We have an open door policy and actively encourage parental involvement.  We foster links with the local community and the parish church.  We recognise that staff and pupils are connected and dependent on…
Support, reassurance and practical information for people with a colostomy. Support and advice for colostomates, their families and their carers Email and 24hr telephone helpline Comprehensive advisory literature and quarterly magazine Visits for those who need it
Since the BDA was founded in 1890, its primary purpose has been the status and recognition of the Deaf Community and British Sign Language (BSL) in the United Kingdom.
You can apply to the Trust if you are in need, hardship or other distress, and particularly if you are unable to meet or pay charges for your supply of domestic gas or electricity services.  Other help may be available via grants to clear other…
For information leaflets and advice on: prevention symptoms tests conditions treatments recovery
Website providing Easy Read information and advice for people with learning disabilities, their families and carers. 
The British Lung Foundation's London and the South Region currently supports Breathe Easy' and 'BLF Support' groups for those living with lung conditions, their family, friends and carers. The Helpline service offers free, confidential and impartial advice, information and support on a number of subjects…
Some of the services provided: short-term loans of medical equipment to people in need, including wheelchairs therapeutic care volunteers help relax people in stressful situations through massage Our transport service gives you independence if you can't get about easily by yourself. Alongside our national services,…
Care in the home The Red Cross helps thousands of people following a short stay in hospital and prevents unnecessary hospital admissions by providing extra support and care at home. The support offered by our volunteers can smooth the process of settling back into a…
The British Wireless for the Blind Fund provides high quality, easy to use audio equipment which has been specially designed and adapted for listeners living with sight loss.  
Supporting people who have autistic spectrum conditions, sensory impairments and physical disabilities and who exhibit behaviours that may challenge. The staff team ensure that each person’s individual needs are met, using verbal and sensory techniques to enable good communication.
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