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Junior ISA

A junior ISA is a permanently tax-free savings or investment wrapper aimed at encouraging families to save for their children's futures. Any money you put in one will be locked away until your child's 18th birthday, when it becomes their cash, and will become a…

Keeping Children Safe Online

Download the leaflet to find out how to keep you child safe online.

Kick-it stop smoking service

Kick It’s stop smoking advisors can provide you with six, free, weekly sessions of help and support to get you through the hardest part of quitting. You can expect top quality advice on medications that can help you (which you’ll get on prescription) along with…

The Local Healthy Schools Partnership

Healthier children do better in learning and in life. By enabling children and young people to make positive changes to their behaviour regarding health and wellbeing, schools help them reach their full potential in terms of achievement and fulfilment. They can also encourage good habits…

Local Parenting Support

Parenting can be challenging at times, but there is lots of help available if you know where to look. Useful links The links below provide examples of some additional support for parents and their children. Ace-ed provide independent advice to parents/carers of children in state-funded schools…

Maternity Grant

Sure Start Maternity Grant The Sure Start Maternity Grant is a one-off payment of £500 for each baby that does not have to be repaid. If you need help with the cost of buying essential items for a new baby, this grant could help you.…

Mental Health

Looking after your mental health, your mood and your emotional wellbeing is every bit as important as taking care of yourself physically. Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder are common. One in four adults will experience some kind of mental health…

Mental Health Self Referral

Mental Health Self Referral Access NHS counselling/therapy/psychology services via these websites: Download the leaflet for details of services available to assist those experiencing mental health issues or visit the websites. Also a charity that offers counselling:

Money Advice Service

Free and impartial money advice, set up by government, providing  Advice and guides to help improve your finances Tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead Support over the phone and online

Money matters

Having children and raising a family can be expensive. There are a number of schemes to support families. The government provides information on a number of different Benefits for families, including who they are for and how you can apply for them, including; Apply for free…
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