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The Woolwich Centre, 35Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Welfare Rights Service advises Royal Greenwich residents on tax credits and benefits. You can find advice and information on a range of benefits and other forms of financial support on this website, and also download advice leaflets. If you are a Royal Greenwich resident and need further information, you can contact the Welfare Rights Service to: Get a free benefit check to make sure you are not missing out on benefits and tax credits Order advice leaflets. If you do not live or work in Royal Greenwich, you can find…
If you’re pregnant or have children under the age of 4, you can get free vouchers to spend on: Cow’s milk Fresh, frozen or tinned fruit and vegetables Infant formula milk Fresh, dried, and tinned pulses You can also get free vitamins for you and your child. When you sign up, you’ll get: £4.25 each week of your pregnancy (from the 10th week of your pregnancy) £8.50 each week for children from birth to 1 year old…
35Wellington Street,WoolwichSE18 6HQ
The Housing Aid Centre helps people to resolve disputes with landlords or mortgage lenders, including problems with arrears, maintenance issues, harassment and illegal eviction. They can offer advice and assistance to: Private rented tenants. Housing association tenants. Homeowners with mortgage arrears and other problems.
The Housing Options service provides advice and assistance for Royal Greenwich residents aged 18 or over who are in housing need or at risk of homelessness. Caseworkers will discuss your circumstances and explore the different options that are available to you. There is a separate advisory service, 1st Base, for under 18s.
The Woolwich Centre35 Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
Some children are entitled to free meals at school. From September 2014, all children in the reception, year 1 and year 2 will automatically receive a free school meal, while free school meals are available for all school-aged children in year 3 or above, whose parents, carers or guardians claim certain benefits.Young people who are claiming a qualifying benefit themselves are also entitled.It is important to sign up for school meals as registering could mean extra government funding for your child's school.
Origin The Charity originates from the Will of Sir William Boreman, dated 1684. He bequeathed to The Drapers’ Company a school he had founded in Greenwich, together with adjacent land and property, and other property interests on trust for the endowment of the school. The original school no longer exists and the endowment is now applied to reflect the changed circumstances. Objectives and…
StepChange is the UK’s largest provider of free, independent and confidential debt advice, with access to the broadest range of debt solutions. With over 25 years’ experience, they’ve helped millions of people deal with their debts through providing free debt advice. They're available on 0800 138 1111, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm and Saturday 8am to 4pm. They also have an online debt advice tool available on their website www.stepchange.org which can help you set up a realistic budget and recommend a…
The Stop Loan Sharks team are here to help you. We are the only government agency in the UK who have the power to investigate and prosecute loan sharks and illegal money lenders. You are not in trouble if you have borrowed cash or have been paying back a loan from an illegal money lender, the loan shark is. They are the people committing a crime, not you. Please go to our website for further information.