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Active lifestyles

You don't have to be a sporty type to be active. Going for a walk, doing the housework or carrying the shopping are all effective. Just putting a bit more effort into physical tasks and relying less on labour saving devices is an excellent start.…

Adventure days out

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Advice on becoming a single parent (Family Lives)

Becoming a single parent can be a very overwhelming and stressful time in your life as you face having to raise your children on your own without the support from your partner. Most of us don’t plan to bring up children on our own but…

After school clubs in Redbridge

After school clubs offer childcare during the hours following the school day. They are generally open to those aged from 4 years to 12 years although some are able to cater for older children. Clubs are either offered by a school or by an external…

After the birth

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Antenatal support

When you first learn that you're pregnant, get in touch with a midwife or GP as soon as possible so that you can start your antenatal (pregnancy) care. This will also help to make sure you receive maternity healthcare that takes into account all your…

Arts and crafts

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Athletics and fitness

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Avoiding and reporting fraud

How to report benefit fraud If you think someone is committing benefit fraud you can report them to the Department for Work and Pensions. You can report a benefit cheat online or by contacting the National Benefit Fraud Hotline (calls are free and confidential). Please…

Baby activities (0 to 2)

Activities for your baby can be relatively simple. Sing them a song or nursery rhyme. They really won't care if you are out of tune! They love to watch and listen and will soon join in. Babies benefit from hearing a range of music. Enjoy…
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