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You could get £140 off your electricity bill for winter 2019 to 2020 under the Warm Home Discount Scheme. The money is not paid to you - it’s a one-off discount on your electricity bill, between September and March. You may be able to get…
Do you qualify for the WaterSure Plus or WaterSure schemes? Contact for further information if: Your gross yearly household income is less than £16,105 before any deductions or Your gross yearly household income is less than £19,201 if you live in a London borough You…
The Thames Water Customer Assistance Fund helps customers who are experiencing financial hardship and are in debt with us. If you are in financial hardship and would like to apply for help with paying your outstanding Thames Water bill contact the team immediately
The Watermill Theatre welcome you to Accessible Performances, especially designed for guests with additional needs and their companions. Guests with additional needs are always welcome at The Watermill, to any performance, and if there is anything staff can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please get in…
Over 250 young people are currently involved in our extremely popular youth theatre opportunities. They meet weekly during term time to learn about theatre skills, to have a great time and create some theatre magic on The Watermill stage. Waterminis is for aged 20 months…
Waterminis is our group for young children from 20 months to 4 years. The group is designed to introduce children to the creative arts. It’s a great way to stimulate the imagination and develop confidence, and for your child to become part of The Watermill’s…
Out of School Care
We are a small swim school teaching at Brockhurst and Marlston House school pool. We can accomodate all abilities from non swimming beginners progressing to pre swimming club. Our class sizes are small and we have helpers in the pool with the children. Our Ofsted…
WAY aims to support young widowed men and women aged 50 or under when their partner died.  WAY offers a unique support network to anyone who was widowed young. Talking to and socialising with others who have been through a similar experience can be an enormous…
Ways and Means Trust have a warehouse in Rotherfield Peppard where adults can come and learn new skills, possibly in the warehouse where there is a light commercial packing and repackaging operation, which specialises in contract packing, for example, shrink-wrapping, collation, hand finishing, assembling point-of-sale displays, and packing products…
Ways into Work is a Community Interest Company that deliveres a range of Supported Employment services. Supporting individuals with a Disability to access Employment Opportunities. Ways into Work, will support both the inidvidual and Employer to achieve a positive Job Match and then provide the on-going…
Racing Welfare offers support to people employed or formerly employed in the British Thoroughbred Horseracing and Breeding industry, including their dependants.  If you need help/support with any of the following call the Racing Welfare helpline: Welfare Accidents & Injuries Benefits Money Advice Illness and Disability…
Schools
Welford and Wickham is a small, rural, church school, situated between Newbury and Hungerford, for children aged 4-11 years.  There are about 97 children on roll, enabling all staff to know individual children and their families well and provide a nurturing and supportive school environment. The…
Childminder
This setting is professional and well organised.  The main responsibility is to make the children feel safe, comfortable and happy including those who come from a different culture, have learning difficulties or speak English as a different language.The children in my care at present do…
Childminder
THIS PROVIDER HAS NOT UPDATED IN OVER A YEAR AND THEREFORE THE INFORMATION IS LIKELY TO BE OUT OF DATE.   Full time cost per hour £4.50, Part Time cost per hour £5.00. Half fees for school holidays. Collects from local schools and nurseries.
At Wescott Infant School children are placed at the heart of all we do and we encourage them to believe ‘Anything’s Possible’. We always have high expectations for all our children; encouraging them to ‘have a go’, be brave, take risks in their learning, reach…

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The club offers full disabled facilities along with a selection of aids including wheelchairs. Additional support offered, please ask one of the qualified coaches who will be pleased to assist you.
Young people who would like to give this a try are welcome to join in the training session on Saturday mornings. Come on your own, with a friend or the family (min. age 9 yrs). Full disabled facilities. All welcome.
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