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Billericay Parents Forum

The Billericay Parents Forum is a registered charity that offers support to local families. The organisation is run solely by parents, but works in close partnership with local schools, health and other professionals and many other organisations in the area.
We have been successfully running courses and drop-in sessions for parents since 2002 and over 1200 parents have attended our 120+ courses. The courses are highly thought of by both parents and professionals alike and are unique in that they are run for parents by parents.As a charity we are non-profit-making and rely on donations and grants to fund all our activities.


Workshops for Parents of under 5s

We will be running three workshops in March. This series of one-off workshops cover various topics requested by parents.

E-Safety from the start
The pros and cons of using screens with young children
and how you can set clear boundaries
Wednesday March 12th 8 – 9.30pm

Becoming a family
Think about how you want to raise your family
and achieve being the parents you want to be

Wednesday March 19th 8 – 9.30pm

Why won’t my child sleep?
A sleep specialist will help you
manage your child’s sleep issues

Tuesday March 25th 8 – 9.30pm

Click for booking and more information

 

Courses for Spring 2014


This term's  Teens and 7-11 courses are now up and running.

If you are interested in attending a future course do check out our courses and register your interest as that helps us plan which one's to run.

more details about the courses click here

 




A weekly drop-in for mums and babies with speakers and demonstration on topics to help you and you baby.

Wednesdays 1-2:30pm

Just drop-in, everyone welcome.

Click for more information on TiME

 
 
 

Something for every Season!

In Billericay we are fortunate to have many open areas to enjoy:
Norsey Woods      Queens Park Country Park
Mill Meadows       Lake Meadows Park

Volunteers have established societies to work with Basildon Borough Council to protect and enhace these spaces.

Check them out below

 
 
 
 
 






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