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    HENRY (High Wycombe)

    Currently Cancelled: may be rescheduled for the new year
    Coronavirus status: OPEN
    High Wycombe's HENRY Group. As registration is needed to attend this course, please email find out which centres this course will run from. HENRY is passionate about babies and young children getting the best possible start in life. This means supporting the whole family to make…
    Buckinghamshire

    Marlow Family Centre

    Coronavirus status: OPEN
    We provide a range of open-access sessions and universal health services for families with children aged 0 to 19 years (or up to age 25 for those with SEND). Timetables will be developed to respond to local need, so they may be subject to change.…
    Newfield RoadMarlowBuckinghamshireSL7 1JW

    Play and Explore (Marlow)

    Mondays | 1:45pm to 2:45pm
    Coronavirus status: OPEN
    A session for families and carers with children aged 0 to 5 years. Children can explore and learn whilst playing with a range of activities. Booking is essential, please email to book a place.
    Newfield RoadMarlowBuckinghamshireSL7 1JW

    Stepping Stones Triple P (High Wycombe)

    Thursday mornings (Term Time Only)
    Coronavirus status: OPEN
    High Wycombe's Stepping Stones Triple P course for parents of children with a diagnosed disability. As registration is needed to attend this course, please email find out which centres this course will run from. This course is suitable for parents of children with a range of disabilities…
    Buckinghamshire

    STOP Programme (High Wycombe)

    This group is currently full
    Coronavirus status: OPEN
    High Wycombe's STOP Programme for parents with teenagers 10 to 16 years old. As registration is needed to attend this course, please email find out which centres this course will run from. The course aims to improve family communication by learning how to really listen and increase…
    Buckinghamshire