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Independent Parental Special Education Advice (IPSEA)

24 - 26 Gold Street Saffron Walden

IPSEA is the only organisation providing free independent advice to families with children or young people with any form of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and/or disabilies.

Southern Brooks Community Partnerships

Coniston Community centre Patchway

Southern Brooks helps people reach their full potential and actively contribute to their communities. We bring people together over the issues that matter to them

Love Me Love My Mind

St Barnabas Church, Temple Epsom

Love Me Love My Mind is a small registered charity based in Epsom Surrey which aims to promote better understanding of mental health and to support the wellbeing of everyone in the community

Rotherfield St Martin

RSM Centre, Memorial Centre, North Street Rotherfield

An award winning community-led charity that supports older people in the prevention of social isolation and loneliness. We are based in the rural community of Rotherfield in East Sussex.

The Friendly Trust

Canton House, 435 Cowbridge Road East Canton

The Friendly Trust helps vulnerable adults to manage their money by providing them with accessible information and personalised, practical help.


WITH aims to benefit the residents of North Wales and the wider community through therapeutic equine-assisted, educational and recreational activities helping them to have hope and a better future.

CAPITAL Project Trust

32 Sudley Road Bognor Regis

We are run by and for people in West Sussex who experience mental distress offering peer support and training to enable people to regain control of their lives

Luton Shopmobility

C/O Mall Management, 37 The Mall Luton

Luton Shopmobility is an independent voluntary organisation that provides a daily loan service of manual wheelchairs and electric scooters to Luton residents or visitors to the town.

Hastings Sierra Leone Friendship Link


The Hastings Sierra Leone Friendship Link connects the peoples of Hastings, UK and Hastings, Sierra Leone to promote reconstruction and friendship. It raises money through events and donations to help rebuild Hastings, SL following its devastation in 1997 during Sierra Leone’s Rebel War. The Link also promotes official twinning, informal exchanges and school-to-school links.