Below are a list of useful links including telephone numbers and websites. Clicking on the links will open the site in a new window.
Buckinghamshire Family Information Service
For information about organisations, services and activities for families and children throughout Buckinghamshire.
Tel: 01296 383 293 website: www.bucksfamilyinfo.org
Buckinghamshire Family Centres
Bringing together a range of services for children under 5 and their families.
Tel: 01296 383 293 website: www.bucksfamilyinfo.org/familycentres
For information about library services throughout Buckinghamshire.
Tel: 0845 2303232 website: Libraries
Citizens Advice Bureau
For free, independent and confidential advice about legal, money and other problems.
Tel: 08444 111444 website: www.citizensadvice.org.uk
Family Lives (formerly Parentline Plus)
Providing help and support in all aspects of family life.
Tel: 0808 800 2222 website: www.familylives.org.uk
Working to end domestic violence against women and children.
Tel: 0808 2000 247 website: www.womensaid.org.uk
Works in partnership with family carers to support them in their caring role.
Tel: 01296 392711 website: Carers Bucks
If you have unwanted good quality goods/furniture to donate.
Tel: 01296 424440 website: www.aylesburyvineyard.org.uk/storehouse
Find help for families with disabled and special needs children. Find grants, holidays, help at school, legal advice and counselling:
Website: Sky Badger
The Pace Centre
Pace is a ground-breaking children’s charity that transforms the lives of children and young people with motor disorders, such as cerebral palsy.
Website: The Pace Centre
The Puzzle Centre
The Puzzle Centre charity provides early intervention for young children with autism and communication difficulties.
Website: The Puzzle Centre
Space support people who are going through relationship difficulties, depression, bereavement, unemployment, mental health problems, loneliness or any combination of these issues.
Website: Aylesbury Space
Thomley is a place for people of all abilities and disabilities to play, learn, socialise and feel accepted in a safe, secure environment.
Website: Thomley Centre
Horses Helping People
Therapeutic horsemanship benefits a wide range of adults and children including those with behavioural challenges, mental health problems and learning difficulties. It helps to improve mental and physical well-being and social skills.
Website: Horses Helping People