The visual below shows what support we offer for different age groups. Scroll though and see which is most appropriate for you.
You can access universal children’s centre services and bookstart at your local library:
We offer exciting activities in libraries for this age group. Choose an option below to find out more:
We provide lots of information on what's available for young people in the county including volunteering opportunities:
We provide help and support for young adults in Northamptonshire.
Advice on how to stay healthy and deal with stress effectively:
Local activities and resources to help you relax and have fun:
Helpful tips on studying effectively and planning for the future:
Meet #songwriter Lyn Rivers at #Towcester Library - Saturday 2 June 2.15pm. Tickets £3.50, including refreshments: email@example.com https://t.co/gSVaVVWfi5 https://t.co/chobkNOoza
Have your say on the consultation on children's centre provision and the delivery of universal children's services at #Northampton Central Library's consultation event Saturday 26 May (10am-2pm) https://t.co/QXGieL3Ir9
#WestonFavell Library are celebrating Elmer Day so dress in your brightest colours and join us for a celebration of everyone’s favourite patchwork elephant Saturday 26 May (10:30am-12pm). For ages 2-6; please book. https://t.co/WBd7sZLeSA
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May is National walking month.
Where better to get those steps in than across our beautiful country parks?
about 4 hours ago
Dementia Action Week 2018 – Pamela’s story
It's Dementia Action Awareness Week 2018! #DAW2018
When you have dementia, small actions can make a big impact. This Dementia Action Week, Alzheimer’s...
When you have dementia, small actions can make a big impact. This Dementia Action Week, Alzheimer’s Society, the UK’s leading dementia charity, is cal...
about 5 hours ago
Time to forget - Alzheimer's Society TV advert 2017, 90s
It's Dementia Action Week 2018! Forget about everything that keeps us apart because dementia doesn’t care. #DAW2018
Forget about everything that keeps us apart because dementia doesn’t care. It’s set to be the UK’s biggest killer and too many are facing the disease ...