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Applying online If you get Universal Credit, you can apply online if: you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have at least one child under
bench Outreach Housing and Benefit Support If you’re struggling with the housing crisis, the cost-of-living crisis, or just coping with years of austerity, our HOUSING
Getting back into work and training can be really difficult. Just knowing where to start, what skills are in demand and what you can access
Universal Credit’s maximum childcare payments will rise nearly 50% – up to £1,630 per month – from 28 June.
Childcare costs have soared over the last few years leaving it unaffordable for many families, but there is light at the end of the tunnel.
What are the changes to childcare support announced in the budget and when will they come into affect?
You may have heard that the chancellor has announced some changes to childcare funding. It can all sound a little confusing so here is what
With fuel costs rising it can be difficult to make sure you are getting all the support you need to pay your bills, especially if
With the cost of living rising it can be worrying if you are on a fixed income. Making sure you are getting all the benefits
Lewisham Homes are aware Christmas can be a difficult time for some residents and understand the additional pressure the season can put on your
With all the Christmas adverts on the TV and shops full of Christmas gifts we can all feel under pressure to make the ‘perfect Christmas’.
Having a mobile phone is no longer a luxury. With many families no longer having a landline to keep in contact with friends and family
Follow the Energy Saving Trust quick tips and advice for quick and easy ways to save energy, lower your bills and reduce your carbon footprint.
PayPoint, which runs energy top-up facilities in some 28,000 shops, says only 53% of the 800,000 vouchers it issued in October have been redeemed so
The government’s 30-hours funded childcare places for working parents of three- and four-year-olds differs from the 15-hours childcare offer. Below we address some of the details and
Do you need help and support with a housing or a welfare benefits issue? Bench Outreach are providing weekly drop-in sessions: @ Clyde Early Childhood
Healthy Start Food Vouchers are vouchers that can be used to buy healthy foods. They are for pregnant people and people who are responsible for