Finance Workshop

On Friday 21st November W.O.W Mums will discuss our financial problems with Mr. Stephen Cumberbatch from Wandsworth Citizens Advice Bureaux. Join us in KLS meeting room if you have questions on money management.

 

W.O.W Mums AGM

AGM

AGM
W.O.W Mums would like to cordially invite you to our very first AGM on Monday, 17th November from 1-3pm in KLS meeting room, 108 Battersea High Street. We will be joined by Cllr Mrs Kathy Tracey, Wandsworth Council’s Cabinet member for Children and Young people as well as by Cllr Mrs Leonie Cooper,  Mrs Sarah Rackham Battersea Community Networker and Mr Sebastien Chapleau from London Citizens. It would be our pleasure to see you there.

W.O.W Mums on Facebook

Wowmums on facebookIf you would like to socialise with us virtually, join our Facebook page on www.facebook.com. You can see the latest photos and  videos of our recent workshops made by Sandra Munoz, who studies film and drama and would like to specialize in film editing. It’s fun!

W.O.W Mums are on Facebook

If you would like to socialise with us virtually , visit our interactive page on www.facebook.com and search for wowmums.  You can see our latest videos from recent workshops, made by Sandra Munoz who studies film and drama and would like to specialize in film editing. 

Wimbledon Open Studio

160 artists will open their private studios to public and exhibit their latest work. A great opportunity to buy originals directly from the artists. From 27th to 30th Nov. Riverside Road, Earlsfield. Free entry and parking. Cafe and Bar. Distinctive pottery by Chris Owen

Aiming High for Disabled Children

 

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‘Aiming High for Disabled Children’

The government is asking all local authorities to get parents and carers of disabled children involved in shaping services.

There is some money available to make sure parents and carers can be more involved and participate in making decisions about services that affect their children.

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Your involvement is crucial to ensuring we get as many views as possible and it does not necessarily mean attending meetings: it could also mean having a coffee morning or a social evening to discuss services or commenting via emails on how things are moving forward. So long as parents are talking to each other and making sure their views are getting to the right people, then we can be sure that their views are being sought. It could also lead to a Parents’ Forum.

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Wandsworth Contact a Family is organising an introductory information session during the February half term – there will be a fun session for children with staff on hand to look after them, and an information session for parents/carers.

We would love to have some parents to help us plan this event and offer their views on how it should be run.

If you are interested in finding out more, please call the office on:

020 8947 5260 to speak with Rosie or email us on: [email protected].

ildren with staff on hand to look after them, and an information session for parents/carers.

We would love to have some parents to help us plan this event and offer their views on how it should be run.

If you are interested in finding out more, please call the office on:

020 8947 5260 to speak with Rosie or email us on: [email protected].

Please – Don’t miss the opportunity to get involved!

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Aiming High for Disabled Children

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