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St Mary The Virgin Church, Selling


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Kent County Council


Parent Link

Practical tips on helping with children's school work.



The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.


SureStart Childcare

Where to find childcare in your area.


BBC Adult Learning

Lots of information about getting into learning.


BBC Parenting Site

Advice for parents of primary-aged children.


The Parent Centre

For all parents and carers who want to help their child or children to learn.


Health Help Now

Aims to help people find the right treatment for health problems, especially when they are not sure what to do or who to contact. It has details of services and opening times, along with advice. It works on smartphones, computers and tablets. Please take a look for yourself.


Canterbury Food Bank:

Food bank is a community project providing emergency (three-day) food parcels to individuals and families in short term financial crisis across the Canterbury District (Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and surrounding villages).


Canterbury Domestic Violence Support

Canterbury One-Stop Shop bring together many organisations including the Canterbury Community Safety Unit,  Home Start, Casa Support, the Epic Trust, Family Action, Canterbury City Council, Kent Police, housing associations, health visitors and many others. Some of the organisations visit weekly, some monthly and others are at the end of the phone if needed. All these organisations work together to help vunerable people. They are available to listen or offer help and advice if needed. For more information on the One Stop Shops phone 01227 452 852.


Community Counselling Service

CCS (Community Counselling Service) is based in Canterbury and offers accessible and affordable counselling services for everyone in the area.


Canterbury Citizens Advice Service


NHS Direct

Please note the increased number of cases in Kent of Scarlet Fever. If concerned, please seek medical advice.

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