Parents-did you know that even more two year olds are going to be eligible for free early learning and childcare sessions, starting the first term after their first birthday. If you receive working tax credit and have an annual income below £16,190 or are claiming certain benefits this could apply to you!!!
Your child may be entitled to 15 hours per week term time only of free sessions. For further information visit http://www.enfield.gov.uk/terrifictwos
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Construction Youth Trust
Are you aged 14-30?
Interested in construction? Come along to a taster day on the 25th June.
Location: Sky City Community Centre, 65 Penwortham court, 50 Mayes Road, Wood Green, N22 6SR
Entry level 3 Multi-skills construction:carpentry, tiling, plumbing, painting and decorating plus CSCS card.
Free training available, to sign up for a space call Nicola on 07432728230 or email:
If you are interested in becoming a mentor pop along to one of the following information evenings:
Tuesday 17th June 6pm-7pm at Walthamstow Library
You will then have the opportunity to access a three day training programme
For further information visit http://www.chanceuk.com
Do you need someone to talk to?
Are there things on your mind that just don't go away?
Do you feel alone with your problems?
C4Counselling is located at The John Jackson Library, Agricola Place, Main Avenue, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, EN1 1DW.
Call Ade for a free 50 minute assessment on 07951 026 404. If you agree to take up counselling you will be offered 11 free sessions.. The offer is subject to availability.
STAYING SAFE AWARDS-Community Help Point Scheme
We are delighted to announce that CHPS was awarded Children & Young People's Award 2008
Established in 2007, a pioneering scheme initiated by Claire Whetstone-Director of ECYPS, teamed up with Disabled Children's Joint Services, The Police Youth & Partnership Team, Local Safeguarding Board and Children's Fund. The CHPS scheme provides safe havens for vulnerable young people in Enfield. The aim of the scheme is to support young people in raising their awareness of personal safety issues, to facilitate the safe travel of young people with diverse support needs. If you are a young person out and about in Enfield and in need of assistant then help is at hand.......look out for the distinctive blue and white sticker in shops, libraries, businesses etc. For a full list of locations contact Claire.. If you are a local business and would like to take part contact Claire for an information pack.
For more information regarding the CHPS scheme contact
Claire:0208 373 2710
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Funding to Develop Enterprising Approaches in Tackling Disadvantage ( UK )
Charities and not-for profit organisations working towards tackling deprivation within disadvantaged communities may be eligible to apply for funding through the Esmee Fairbain Foundations Social Change:More...