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Fatherhood Institute logo

National information centre on fatherhood

A website offering jobs, work experience and internships in the film industry.

Food Hygiene Ratings logo

Every business that sells or serves food in Rushmoor has been rated for food hygiene by Rushmoor Borough Council. The ratings are based on the standards observed at the time of the last inspection. A rating of “5” is “Very Good” and “4” means “Good”. In other words, you can be confident that the food has been prepared and stored in a safe and hygienic way. “3” shows a business is operating at a “Satisfactory” standard. A score of “2”, “1” or ”0” shows the business needs to make improvements.

Some businesses promote their rating by displaying a window sticker, but you can check the hygiene rating of every food business in and around Rushmoor online.

Food Standards Agency logo

Food Standards Agency website set up to protect the public's health and consumer interests in relation to food

Galop logo

Emotional and practical support for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse. Abuse isn’t always physical- it can be psychological, emotional, financial and sexual too.

Gateway Card logo

The Gateway Card is for children and young people who have a disability and/or additional needs and may require support to participate in leisure and recreation activities; are between 0 to 19 years old; and live in Hampshire and/or attend a school in Hampshire (excluding Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight as they have similar schemes). The Gateway Card is free and will give you access to activities, play schemes and buddy schemes available through Hampshire's short breaks programme.

To find out how to get a Gateway Card please visit the website.

Gotateenager logo

For anyone with a teenager in their life. Join for parent-to-parent support, informal advice, useful information and a community of other parents dealing with the same issues as you...

The Advice Centre is co-located with the CAB Aldershot. An appointment has to be made to access their services.

HAV is the parent, carers and people with autism group established within the Hampshire Autism Partnership Board. It has been developed to give a voice and active involvement to people with autism, their families and carers. HAV actively participates in the planning, delivery and monitoring of services for children, young people and adults with autism living in Hampshire.

Hampshire Autistic Society logo

The Hampshire Autistic Society's mission is to give choice, opportunity, professional advice, education, support and care to all those affected by autism so as to enable them to fully achieve their potential.

Information and advice from the Hampshire Police.

The Black Children’s Achievement Project Communication Line is for:-

• Parents who would like to know more about the English education system and how to help their children to succeed
• Schools and partner organisations who have questions relating to the cultural, language or educational background of Black African and Caribbean children and young people in Hampshire
• Students who would like to talk to someone who understands their culture or can give them support with their homework or other issues.

The phone line is now available every Thursday from 12.30pm to 4.30 p.m. on 01256 330195 or you can email.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service logo

Fire safety information, including a Kidzone with activities for children aged 4-14.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service also offer free fire safety checks to people who might be at increased fire risk due to age and level of need. If you would like a free check, please call 02380 626809 and quote reference ASHCC.

Hampshire Futures logo

Hampshire Futures offers a range of direct delivery and sub-contracted programmes, all with the aim of supporting young people and adults in Hampshire to successfully participate in education, training and employment. It brings together four key service areas within Hampshire County Council’s Children’s Services, namely Post 14 Learning; Outdoor Education, PE, Sport and Duke of Edinburgh; Adult and Community Learning; and Careers and Employability.

Hampshire Local Offer logo

This website has been co-produced with parents, professionals and young people and provides up to date information about services and support for special educational needs and disability for anyone aged 0 to 25 in Hampshire.

Every school and college in Hampshire has submitted their own local offer with a link to their detailed SEN information report on their own website. Their local offers also list their expertise, facilities and any other specialisms as well as a school summary and all contact details.

Hampshire Parent/Carer Network logo

Hampshire Parent/Carer Network is an independent, parent-led group working to enable parents and carers of children and young people with disabilities and/or additional needs to be involved in the development of services that their family needs to access. They aim to work with the local authority, health organisations and other service providers to ensure that families are engaged in key consultations and when decisions about service provision are being made. Their role is to provide feedback from parents and carers to decision makers, and to ensure parents/carers in Hampshire are involved fully throughout the decision making process.

Hampshire Short Breaks logo

Hampshire Short Breaks enable children and young people with disabilities and/or additional needs to join in with safe, fun and interesting activities and will give parents or carers an opportunity to have a short break from caring.

The Hampshire Short Breaks programme are keen to support both specialist and mainstream activity providers to further develop their skills to work with disabled children and young people. Parents and carers may want to access some of the training available too. More details of the learning and development opportunities available are in the Activity Providers section of the website.

Hampshire Social Care and Health logo

Hampshire County Council's social care and health information.

Hart and Rushmoor Portage Team logo

Portage is a home visiting educational service for pre-school children with additional support needs and their families. It takes place in the child's own home and aims to equip parents with the skills and confidence they will need to help their child, no matter what the child's difficulties may be. Portage offers practical help and ideas to encourage a child's interests and make learning fun for all the family.

Membership of the National Portage Association is growing steadily. There are currently around 150 Portage services registered with the National Portage Association and Portage is being used by approximately 4,500 children and families across the U.K.

The North East Hampshire contact is Karen Williams.

This group gives parents and carers of children with disabilities and additional needs a voice on the local issues that really matter to them. Their mailing list allows them to keep people informed of future meetings, local developments and news. If you are interested in coming along to meetings and/or joining the mailing list please contact Natalie Walker, Participation Worker for Hart and Rushmoor.


Throughout this site you will find links to external websites and information relating to events and activities.

We make every effort to ensure that external websites, events and activities are accurate, up to date and relevant but accept no responsibility for their nature, content and availability.

You must satisfy yourself that external websites, events and activities are suitable for yourself and any young people you are responsible for.

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