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There is a vast range of support in many forms provided for residents of Buckinghamshire by the NHS, Bucks County Council and a large number of charities.


Most of these services are free, some ask for a contribution and some charge a fee.


Please review the content, as there is a wealth of support for patients and their carers available across Buckinghamshire...


Buckinghamshire Care Services directory 2019/20 (search services using your postcode)


https://www.carechoices.co.uk/publication/buckinghamshire-care-services-directory/


Prevention Matters


https://www.connectionsupport.org.uk/buckinghamshire/projects/prevention-matters/


The Autism Toolbox - brings together advice, local support, services, activities and resources relating to autism.


www.bucksfamilyinfo.org/autismtoolbox  l b o x


Care support and advice


Care Choices - Guide to choosing and paying for different types of care and support


www.carechoices.co.uk    Tel: 01223 207770


Bucks County Council - A guide to support, services and direct payments


www.buckscc.gov.uk


Buckinghamshire Age UK


www.ageukbucks.org.uk   Tel: 01296 431911


Carers Bucks - Support for carers


www.carersbucks.org/   Tel: 0300 777 2722


Transport


Chiltern and South Bucks Dial-a-ride - A charity providing door to door social transport for those who are unable to use public transport. Operates Monday to Friday 09.00am to 17.00pm


www.chiltern-dial-a-ride.net


Community Transport Hub (Chiltern District)  www.communityimpactbucks.org.uk    Tel: 0800 085 8480 


Little Chalfont Parish Council Taxi Concessionary Scheme   www.littlechalfont-pc.gov.uk/   Tel: 01494 766655   Email: clerk@littlechalfont-pc.gov.uk


Activities and Wellbeing


Simply Walk – meet outside the library in Cokes Lane each Monday at 10.15am for 10.30 start


www.buckscc.gov.uk/simplywalk


Active Bucks (search services using your postcode)


http://activebucks.co.uk/


Lindengate – working with nature   


www.lindengate.org.uk


Social activities


Films shown at the Little Chalfont library


Good Companions meet at Little Chalfont Village Hall (next to the library) alternate Thursday afternoons.


Womens Institute meet afternoons/evenings on the second Tuesday in each month.


Amersham National Trust provides newsletters and organises outings   https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/the-amersham-centre


Chiltern and District Hard of Hearing Club - Meets every 2nd Tuesday at Halifax House. Tel: 01494 773359


University of the Third Age (U3A) - Classes in different subjects, outings   https://www.chiltern-u3a.org.uk/


Silverline confidential telephone line - Provides information and advice to older people.   Tel: 0800 4 70 80 90


St George’s Church, White Lion Road. Every Thursday Holy Communion followed by a light lunch. £2.50 includes coffee and a sweet treat. www.cheniesbenefice.org/home/EVENTS


Little Chalfont Methodist Church, Chalfont Avenue - Lunch club second Friday of every month 12.45pm for 1.00pm.


£5 for a two course lunch with coffee/tea and chocolates. Booking through church office 01494 766067, Gill McAllister 01923 282258 or Ann Aylesbury 01494 763772.


www.littlechalfontmethodistchurch.co.uk/



There is more information available at the Little Chalfont Community Library, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont HP7 9QA, including reading groups and computer classes. Tel: 01494 764602


www.littlechalfontlibrary.org.uk/


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