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28 October 2019
- The Early Years Alliance offers payroll and pension services to Early Years Settings. This is a national service available to groups all over England and Wales; ideal for charitable organisations, pre-schools, village halls, afterschool/holiday clubs and many other community groups. https://www.eyalliance.org.uk/south-west
15 August 2019
- Holiday Hunger: Southampton and the local area currently has a number of organisations, individuals and initiatives geared towards tackling the issue of food poverty - with a particular focus on those families and children who go hungry during the school holidays. It's an issue that's widely been referred to as 'holiday hunger' in the media.
Therefore, Southampton City Catering are launching the Southampton Holiday Provision Steering Group, funded through a VIVID grant administered by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation.
City Catering very much want to engage a diverse range of voices from across the City so please come along to the launch meeting 3-4:30 on 24th October, so that they can ensure the Steering Group meets the City's growing needs.
For further details and/or to reserve your place please access the Eventbrite website.
05 September 2018
- The Southampton Opportunity group help children (aged 0-5) with additional needs and their families, offering short term play sessions providing support and short term breaks for parents and carers. Please note, the Opportunity Group has moved its weekday sessions from Hardmoor to Swaythling Sure Start in Honeysuckle Road. For more information please visit their website: https://southamptonopportunitygroup.org/
or contact them at: email@example.com
05 May 2016
2 Year Olds Stay, Play and Learn sessions (pdf 647KB) at Hardmoor Early Years Centre.
These free sessions are available to children who are entitled to 2 year funding and their families. We hope the project will support the uptake of 2 year funding, particularly for those families who are not yet ready to leave their child in an EY setting.