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The Children's Society are a national charity that works with some of the most vulnerable children and young people in Britain today. We listen. We support. We act. Because we believe no child should feel alone. We children of all faiths and none, including children…
Area:
National
Telephone:
0300 303 7000
E-mail:
supportercare@childrenssociety.org.uk
Website:
www.childrenssociety.org.uk
Address
Whitecross Studio Banner Street,  London,  EC1Y 8ST
CHICKS is a national children's charity providing free respite breaks to disadvantaged children from all over the UK, aged 8 to 15 years old. We believe every child has the right to make positive childhood memories. A CHICKS break inspires new confidence and gives children…
Area:
National
Telephone:
01822 811020
Website:
www.chicks.org.uk
Address
Moorland Retreat Bonnaford,  Tavistock,  Devon,  PL19 0LX
Deaf Education Through Listening and Talking (DELTA) is a charity that supports families with deaf babies, children, young people and the practitioners in Health and Education that work with them. We know that the vast majority of deaf children can learn to listen and talk.…
Area:
National
Telephone:
0300 365 7200
E-mail:
enquiries@deafeducation.org.uk
Website:
www.deafeducation.org.uk
Address
The Charity Administrator Deaf Education through Listening and Talking,  Lenton,  Nottingham,  NG7 2FB
Whether you’re a newbie traveller looking for help or a backpacker veteran with words of wisdom to share. Gap Year is the ultimate travel community, it’s the easiest and most enjoyable way to research, plan, discuss and book your life-changing adventure. We're a social network…
Area:
National
Telephone:
08453 447667
E-mail:
editor@gapyear.com
Website:
www.gapyear.com
Address
Gap Year 3rd Floor 159 Oxford Street,  Soho,  London,  W1D 2JL
GOV.UK is the best place to find government services and information for citizens and business. There are a wide range of subject areas including: Births, marriages, childcare and parenting, disabled people, education and learning, employment, housing and local services, money and tax and working, jobs…
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National
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Website:
www.gov.uk/
If you drive and are disabled, the Blue Badge scheme helps you park closer to your destination. You may also be eligible to apply on behalf of a child under the age of three years who has a specific condition that requires them to have access to…
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National
Telephone:
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Website:
www.gov.uk/.../apply-blue-badge
Contact Jobcentre Plus through GOV.UK and get help with finding a job, changing an appointment, check an existing benefit claim or make a new benefit claim or make a complaint.
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National
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Website:
www.gov.uk/.../contact-jobcentre-plus
On GOV.UK find all education and learning related information including the following areas: getting help if you’re at school, planning to go on to further or higher education, looking for training or interested in a student or career development loan. Information about apprenticeships, student finance,…
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National
Telephone:
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Website:
www.gov.uk/.../education
GOV.UK provides information on different types of benefits, eligibility and appeals including: entitlement, child benefit, job seeker's allowance and low income benefits, child trust funds, maternity grant & childcare, death benefits, tax credits, universal credit, benefits for families, carers and disability benefits, heating and housing…
Area:
National
Telephone:
Website Only
Website:
www.gov.uk/.../benefits
Thinking of learning to drive? GOV.UK provides information on how and when you can apply for your first provisional licence, driving lessons and what happens at a driving and theory test, including how to book them and how much they cost. You can also find…
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National
Telephone:
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Website:
www.gov.uk/browse/driving/learning-to-drive