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To find a support service in your area either scroll through the list below or enter a key word for example 'volunteering' in the search box on the left.

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East of England Organisations

9 Lives Furniture provides good quality, low-cost second hand furniture to people living in Watford, Rickmansworth and the surrounding areas. Local people generously donate their unwanted furniture and other household items, the items are then supplied to people who wish to participate in this scheme. There is a two-tier pricing system that enables people on low incomes to benefit even more.

ADD Norfolk is a support network for anyone affected by ADHD /ADD in Norfolk (including grandparents, adults, teachers). ADHD stands for Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder and ADD stands for Attention Deficit Disorder. They run a drop in session too.

For more information please visit the website below.

Avenue out of school club runs a holiday play scheme during each of the school holidays, including half term holidays, summer holidays and INSET days. The play scheme operates in the same premises as morning and after school club and is staffed by regular club staff making the holiday provision friendly and familiar to children attending after school club. We also warmly welcome other schools to attend our play-schemes.  Children aged 4-12 are able to attend holiday club.

The Billericay Parents Forum offers support to local families. The organisation is run solely by parents, but works in close partnership with local schools, health and other professionals and many other organisations in the area.

They have been successfully running courses and drop-in sessions for parents since 2002 and over 1000 parents have attended our 100+ courses. The courses are highly thought of by both parents and professionals alike and are unique in that they are run for parents by parents.

For more information on the Forum and Courses please visit the website.

Disclaimer notice

Organisations have not been vetted or are specifically recommended by One Space. It is advisable to contact the organisation and check times, dates and addresses as these may have changed. Always ensure that child safe practices are upheld. Please note that One Space is not responsible for the content of any external websites that are linked through these pages, however if you have any comments please Contact Us.