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  1. Going to the theatre

    Many theatres have concessions tickets for disabled people, and some offer a free ticket for accompanying carers. To find out more, take a look at your local theatre’s website or give them a call. The Mayflower theatre offers a number of 'relaxed performances'.  They have also made…
  2. Guidance for new Dads

    What is the DadPad? A practical guide to gaining the confidence and skills necessary to be the very best dad you can be, developed with the NHS. Why do you need it? As a new dad you will feel excited, but you may also feel…
  3. Hampshire Futures Careers Service

    Our careers website has been developed to support young people with making career choices. Here you can find careers information and activities to help you with your future planning, and information, advice and activities to help improve your employability skills. Careers - information for young people…
  4. Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board

    The Children Act 2004 requires each Local Authority to establish a Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB). The LSCB is a key statutory mechanism for agreeing how relevant organisations in each local area will co-operate to safeguard and promote the welfare of children; and ensure the…
  5. Hampshire's Family Support Service

    Hampshire County Council has a Family Support Service which aims to support families across the county. The Family Support Service (FSS) is a single, joined up service for families with children aged 0 – 19 years. This service will also be offered for young adults with learning…
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