AND HOW WE WORK WITH THEM...

Carers Bucks

Carers Bucks supports the health & wellbeing of unpaid carers and supports unpaid carers of all ages & in different caring roles. This can include young carers, parents of children with a physical or learning disability, older carers and those looking after someone with a mental health condition.

Together with Carers Bucks we run a monthly Carers Support group.  We have guest speakers, outings and provide information & support to carers.  It is on the last Friday of each month, at Burnham Youth Club, Minniecroft Road, Burnham, from 12 - 2pm.

For more information click here and visit the Carers Bucks website or call us in the BHPT office.

P3 Housing Support

P3 come in to do a fortnightly drop in and offer advice on housing related issues, such as homelessness, tennancy issues and more. To confirm which Friday the drop in session is on, please do call us in the BHPT office and then you can pop down to speak to them.

For more information on P3, click here

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice offer information and support in lots of areas, including benefits, work, debt, family law & more.

Citizens Advice come to us every Wednesday to see people.  This is a great way to access the support you need.  To book an appointment please call 01628 666326.

For more information and advice, you can visit the Citizens Advice website here.

Age Concern

We work with Age Concern to provide our Happy Feet Service but Age Concern Slough & Berkshire East offer a wide range of services specially designed for the over 50's. Such as; Information & advice, advocacy services, shopping, cleaning, handy person, gardening, home security & more.

Age Concern also have Opportunity Centres, Lunch Clubs and more. You can call them on 01753 822 890 or visit their website here, for more information.

To book a Happy Feet appointment please call 01753 822890

One Recovery Bucks

One Recovery supports adults age 18+ who are affected by drugs and alcohol in Buckinghamshire.  The service is free and confidential.  One Recovery come to us to make it easier to get a local appointment.  Please call them for more information or an appointment on 0300 772 9672

For more information click here to go to their website.

Burnham Library

Burnham Library is right next to Burnham Park Hall and has free parking.  They offer a broad range of activities for adults, such as Knitting Group, Chess Club & Computer sessions.  For children they offer story time, music time for babies, crafts & reading challenges.

Burnham Library host our Singing for the Memory group, for people experiencing memory loss.

For more information and contact details, click here to visit their website.

Bucks County Council

We work with Bucks County Council in many different ways.  We run groups in conjunction with them, attend the Street Association meetings and help each other with research and promotion.

For more information on the Burnham Street Association, click here.

We also work in partnership with Bucks County Council on the Simply Walk scheme.  For more information on their walk routes and timetables please click here and see our timetable page.

Burnham Park Hall

Burnham Park Hall hosts events & classes, including our Tai Chi & Tea Dance groups. It has a cafe, is accessible & has a free car park. It is situated by Burnham Park, Library and the High Street, in beautiful grounds.  Burnham Park Hall does lots for the local community, including fetes, film events & fun days.

Click here for a list of their activities and classes

 

Burnham Health Centre

We at BHPT are based in the offices at Burnham Health Centre. Burnham Health Centre is a GP practice.  Their contact address is Burnham Health Centre, Minniecroft Road, Burnham, Bucks, SL1 7DE and they phone number is 01682 666326

Click here for Burnham Health Centre's website

 

The Red Box Project

We have joined forces with The Red Box Project, who help supply a box full of sanitary products, new underwear etc to local schools. Currently we have one at Burnham Grammar School, Lynch Hill Shcool and at Padstones (supported living for young people). The products were donated by the members of Pop Goes the Choir and BHPT purchased the boxes and supplied stationery.

We have also supplied over 500 packs of Sanitary towels to Food Bank Sough & Foodshare Maidenhead in conjunction with the Ladies Inner wheel of Burnham who donated money to be used by the project. Part of the project also saw us donate products and literature to year 6 girls at Lent Rise School & St Peters School in 2018.

We welcome new packs of donated sanitary items in the office to go towards this fabulous, much needed project.
For more information on The Red Box Project click here to visit their website.

Burnham Community Association (BCA)

BCA support the local community in many ways.  They organise the Burnham Fete, older persons activities, the Good Neighbour Transport scheme and much more.  We use their community transport bus service weekly for our Movers & Shakers lunch club.  BCA is run entirely by volunteers.

For more information on the activities BCA runs, click here.

Round & About Newspaper

The Round & About was started 40 years ago this year!  It is a community newspaper containing details of forthcoming events and reports about local activities & services.  We regularly advertise in the Round & About, as do many local tradespeople.  It has become a handy directory for the local community.

Round & About is now available online! Click here for more information.

The Terrence Higgins Trust

We have joined forces with The Terrence Higgins Trust to provide a Youth Sexual Health drop in session in our Community Room once a week, on a Tuesday from 4-6pm.  Here under 25's will be able to access free condoms, chlamydia screening, pregnancy tests, advice on consent & healthy relationships, STI's & more!

For more information click here to visit their website.