Ever considered FOSTERING?

Learn more from these easy read leaflets…

CS3975 – Fostering Information Booklet_March 2020_1


A5 Private Fostering leaflet

Surrey Myth Busting Leaflet Nov – new cover


The easier way to stop smoking is hypnotherapy treatment

One You Surrey | Free Specialist Quit Smoking Service

SPORTING CHANCES with focus on the GRT community (see flyer below)

At Sporting Chances (SC) we understand that Gypsy, Roma, Traveller children can experience gaps in their education in both nomadic and settled communities that can lead to feelings of exclusion from wider society. It is the right of every child to have an education that is of a high quality. We empower young people to unlock and achieve their full aspirational potential within a safe and culturally sensitive environment.
GET IN TOUCH AT: email Tel:07791 262122

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Mental health support specifically for the Gypsy & Traveller community

Covid19 has piled on additional pressures for everyone with arguably greater impact on the GRT community. A new service for those struggling with the challenges to mental health these issues are causing, can seek help from “One Call away”

(1) One Call Away Gypsy/traveller Depression/suicide Confidential support | Facebook

One Call Away (mental health)

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The Covid19 VACCINE is here and SAFE


If you don’t know your NHS number, you now CAN access the Covid Vaccine (below NHS letter)


 Make sure you have the FACTS

   Surrey County Council have issued a Coronavirus leaflet

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GRT communities can also access advice & support via:

Traveller Movement

Friends Families & Travellers

SMEF Urgent Heath E-bulletin 26 February 2021

Boris Johnson has unveiled long-awaited plans on how lockdown measures will be eased in England.
The prime minister said the government will be “cautious” in its approach, and four key tests will need to be met as restrictions are gradually relaxed across the country from next month.
Measures will be eased step by step simultaneously across the whole of England as the previous regional tiers system is abandoned.
What restrictions will be lifted first?

8 March 2021
All school and college students in all year groups can go back to the classroom. Outdoor after-school sports and activities also allowed to restart.
University students who must do practical’s/ lab testing will be allowed back.
After school clubs and Breakfast Clubs will also open.

29 March 2021
The “rule of six” will return, along with a new two-household rule, at the end of next month. This will allow either six people from a maximum of six separate households to meet in outdoor settings such as parks and private gardens from 29 March, or a maximum of two households, regardless of the number of people. This means friends and family members will be able to sit down for a coffee or have a picnic in the park, something not currently allowed under lockdown. Outdoor sports facilities, such as tennis and basketball courts and golf courses, will also be able to reopen.
The government’s “stay at home” slogan will be replaced by “stay local” at this point, but people will still be encouraged to work from home and minimise all travel where possible.
Care home residents will be allowed a single visitor from this date, with visitors required to take a lateral flow test and wear personal protective equipment.

12 April 2021
The hospitality industry, including pubs and restaurants, is expected to reopen outdoors with the rule of six or new two-household rule in force.
There will be no curfew or restrictions on alcohol only being serving with a substantial meal, however customers must be seated.
Non-essential retail, hairdressers, barbers, and nail salons, will all reopen, as will gyms, zoos, theme parks, drive-in cinemas, public libraries, community centres and self-contained holiday accommodation.
Funerals will be allowed to take place with a maximum of 30 people, while weddings will resume with up to 15 attendees.

17 May 2021
Gatherings of up to 30 people will be permitted outdoors at this point. However, the rule of six and two-household rule will apply indoors as people can meet inside for the first time in months.
Pubs and restaurants will reopen indoors, as will cinemas, children’s play areas, hotels and B&Bs.
Some large events will be able to take place, including conferences, theatre and concert performances and sports events.
Controlled indoor events of up to 1,000 people or 50 per cent of a venue’s capacity, whichever is lower, will be permitted, as will outdoor events with a capacity of either 50 per cent or 4,000 people, whichever is lower. The government will also make a special provision for large, outdoor, seated venues where crowds can be safely distributed, allowing up to 10,000 people or 25 per cent of total seated capacity, whichever is lower.
Up to 30 people will be allowed to attend weddings, receptions, funerals, and commemorative events, including wakes. A broader range of stand-alone life events will also be permitted at this step, including bar mitzvahs and christenings.

21 June 2021

All legal limits on social contact will be lifted from 21 June at the earliest.
Once social distancing is completely eased, nightclubs should be able to reopen and restrictions on events and live performances, including weddings, will finally be lifted.

What four conditions must be met?
The timetable for lifting restrictions will be subject to four tests at each stage of easing measures, including the success of the vaccination rollout, the effectiveness of the vaccination programme at reducing hospital admissions and deaths, infection rates and the impact of any new coronavirus variants.
The government will also conduct four reviews, including looking at coronavirus status certificates to allow people to prove if they have had a vaccine or negative test result, pilots of large events, international travel, and the withdrawal of social distancing measures and face masks.

‘My right to Healthcare’

A new initiative to help homeless people gain access to healthcare has been launched by charity Groundswell to advise how to access GP services 

You do not need a fixed address

You do not need identification

Your immigration status does not matter

The front of the my right to healthcare cards              The reverse side of the my right to healthcare cards

Download Right to Healthcare Card

You can visit the NHS website for more information or call the NHS England Customer Contact Centre on 0300 311 22 33

Health & care services advice from Friends Families & Travellers (copy & paste into browser)