Next week is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (17-23 January)

Led by the charity Jo’s Trust. We would welcome your support to share the messages around cervical screening and cervical cancer symptoms

Jo’s_Cervical_Cancer_Trust_Flyer_A5 with QR code


Mental health online GRT drama

A unique opportunity to explore mental health issues and possible solutions in a short drama by award winning Romany filmmaker Dee.C.G. Commissioned by ‘Time to Change Surrey’ and backed by Surrey County Council, online attendance is free via

Lost inside my mind leaflet


Following the highly successful launch on Zoom of this play (3rd December 2021),  further dates are planned for January 2022

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month to encourage people to recognise the signs and symptoms of this disease so they can receive treatment sooner

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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

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

Health And Race e-bulletin 16 July 2021 (

Health and Race e-bulletin 9 July 2021 (

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

Covid 5 things flyer_v5 FINAL FINAL

GRT communities can also access advice & support via:

Traveller Movement

Friends Families & Travellers

‘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)