115 Stanbridge Road
Haddenham Garden Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 20th December 2013 3:00pm
Important information for parents and carers of young children:
Haddenham Children's Centre is a Bucks County Council Sure Start initiative set up to provide a warm and welcoming resource for parents of young children. The centre offers a range of activities for young children under five to stimulate learning and development.
We know those Early Years are a vitally important part of child development. The Children's Centre offers play activities, parenting support programme, a post natal group for new mothers, baby massage, CV writing skills, careers advice, professional advice and much more ...
Most services are free, but for some services a small contribution is required.
Timetable with our services are available from the library or from the Bucks Family information website — click here
For further information please email: Haddenhamcc@buckscc.gov.uk
or get in contact with Lew Headley, Centre Coordinator (Tel: 07876 598 277)
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