February 2024

Families First News

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East Herts & Broxbourne Local News

Updates from the local districts

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  • Lots of really useful links for information on support for the cost of living is available onthe Citizens  Advice East Herts website (https://citizensadviceeastherts.org.uk/) from Energy saving tips, Cost of Living payments, and Fuel bills. Also download the Citizens Advice leaflet which gives times/dates of their drop-in 

  • Services for Young People (SfYP) youth work projects enable young people to develop their personal and social skills and increase their confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Get details of SfYP projects and information, advice and support services in your area here:

SfYP East Herts Team projects
SfYP Broxbourne Team projects

  • Broxbourne Council has produced a simple Cost of Living guide for residents - Download the January 24 Cost of Living Directory
  • Broxbourne Council is running a Youth Sports Night every Friday night from 4 to 6 at the Laura Trott Leisure Centre in Cheshunt. For more information, contact community@broxbourne.gov.uk or call 01992 785555 ext 5745
  • Active East Herts: The Sele Youth Project is running on Monday's 5.30pm to 7.30pm at the Hertford Wellbeing Hub (HWH) and the MUGA near the Sele Community Centre. For more info visit http://whatson.activeeastherts.org.uk/hertford-wellbeing-hub/
  • Healthy Hub East Herts are running drop-in sessions across the district for residents to pop in for FREE help and advice about anything they would like support with. A full list of dates and venues is on our website.
  • Boxercise Classes with Herts Disability Foundation
    Herts Sports Disability Foundation are pleased to be running Boxercise classes. Boxercise are boxing exercise classes for home-educated children with additional needs from ages 8 to 18, and adults with disabilities from ages 18 plus who would like some fun with others, whilst improving coordination and fitness. Sessions are adapted to the needs of the individuals in the session. To find out more information and to book a space, click here.


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