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  • Summer in the City

    The summer holiday is nearly here. And we’ve got plenty of ways to help families fill their days and keep young people entertained! Our annual Summer in the City programme has more than 1,000 free or low-cost events and activities for children, young people and…
  • Family Support has launched a new digital service

    Family Support is here to help Hammersmith and Fulham children, young people and their families thrive. It has recently launched a new digital service which provides help and support to local families and will also be very helpful for professionals. To find out more about the help…
  • New Government website launched to help parents with childcare costs

      Calling all parents – new childcare offers launched by the government You can now find a straightforward explanation of all government childcare support on the new Childcare Choices website: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk Childcare Choices brings all the government childcare offers together for the first time, providing…
  • New Shepherds Bush centre will help autistic people lead independent lives

    An internationally renowned school for children with autism has opened a new centre in Shepherds Bush for young adults. The new Queensmill centre in Goldhawk Road will prepare 19 to 25-year-olds with autism to lead independent lives after Hammersmith & Fulham Council funded the £188,000…
  • NHS Go health app for young people

    The NHS has launched a new app to help young people take greater control over their health from an early age; make healthier choices and get advice and information on health issues from a trusted source when they don’t know where to go. The service…
  • Help us improve the new Local Offer

    This new Local Offer page is being constantly updated. If you feel a local service should be added or if you have any comments on the current content, please contact us at localoffer@rbkc.gov.uk
  • Your comments and feedback on the Local Offer

    How we involve parents, young people and children in developing the Local Offer We have placed the views of parents and young people right at the heart of the development of the Local Offer and all other processes linked to the implementation of the Children…
  • Government support for childcare costs this summer.

    Working parents  can use Tax-Free Childcare, which is worth up to £2,000 per child per year, to pay for regulated holiday clubs during the school holidays. With Tax-Free Childcare, for every £8 a parent pays into their childcare account the government pays in £2. The…
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