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Posted: 5th November 2020

As England enters a second lockdown today (5 November), we would like to reassure you that all Children and Family Health Surrey services are open and continue to support children, young people and families across Surrey.

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Posted: 5th October 2020

Bringing up children is a lot of fun but can also have its challenges and times when receiving some advice would be helpful. Families living in Surrey can get access to FREE online guides (by using the code 'ACORN') that include top tips from…

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Posted: 25th June 2020

With the current high temperatures, we have advice and tips on how to keep your baby safe and cool when out and about with a pram or pushchair.

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Posted: 19th June 2020

Lisa Gavin - clinical lead for Surrey 0-19 inclusion health and gypsy and traveller projects has been praised for her and her team's efforts in supporting the Gypsy Roma Traveller (GRT) community and homeless families during the coronavirus pandemic, with…

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Posted: 1st June 2020

Child Safety Week is an annual community education campaign run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) taking place from 1 to 7 June 2020. Find out more and read their safety tips and advice.

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Posted: 19th May 2020

Please read this important information about Covid-19 and updates to our services including information, advice and support available for families.

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Posted: 18th May 2020

DadPad is a free easy-to-use app for dads-to-be and dads with new babies in Surrey.

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Posted: 20th March 2020

Child health drop-ins, breastfeeding support groups and other group activities will be cancelled from Monday 23 March, in accordance with Coronavirus / COVID-19 guidance.

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Posted: 2nd March 2020

Our Developmental Paediatric Service for East Surrey is moving from East Surrey Hospital to Gatton Place, Redhill from 30 March 2020.

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Posted: 10th February 2020

A new service is launching which aims to help families in Surrey lead a healthier lifestyle by watching what they eat and how active they are.

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