Family Services Commissioning

Information and guidance

National Lottery Community Fund

Have you got a project or scheme you are currently working on that needs additional funding?

If so, have you thought about applying for funding via the National Lottery Community Fund? Family Services Commissioning have pulled together a short guidance document, which outlines what the National Lottery Community Fund is, who can apply and the types of project that may be funded.

Protective behaviours level 1

New dates for protective behaviours level 1 have lauched in Watford; these will be held on 21 and 28 January 2020.

More course details

Booking form

Protective behaviours level 2- new dates available

New dates for protective behaviours level 2 have lauched; these will be held on 26 – 28 February 2020.

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Booking form

Space available for childcare - Rickmansworth

A space has become available for nursery or playgroup hire at St Mary’s Church, Rickmansworth.

The space has the following:

  • light and spacious hall (135 meters squared) with clean beech flooring
  • hall is available each week day from 9am - 4pm
  • hall has a secure entrance
  • church centre has a staffed office each morning
  • outdoor space off main hall
  • kitchen facilities
  • toilets - male, female, access
  • storage space.

If you are interested in this space, please contact Katrina Bond at churchoffice@stmarysrickmansworth.org.uk or 01923 721002.

Let them eat cake

Family Services Commissioning (FSC) transformed into superhero characters for the day to raise money for MacMillan as part of the world’s biggest coffee morning.

A total of £220 was raised in total.

Well done FSC superheroes.

Blind cord accidents

Blind cords are lethal and silent killers of babies and young children which lurk in homes of parents and carers of young children.

Looped blind cords and chains can strangle toddlers and young children. There are many ways this sort of accident can happen and the result is usually fatal.

The good news is there’s a lot you can do to help parents prevent this sort of tragedy happening to them. Here we tell you how these accidents happen, offer safety tips to tell parents and provide you with links to free downloadable resources from CAPT and from the Office of Product Safety & Standards to help you run simple sessions with parents or for one to one’s.

More information and guidance can be found on the CAPT website.

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