Didcot Early Intervention Hub

The South East Early Intervention Hub is in Didcot and provides services for children, young people and families
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The Didcot Hub offers services offers services, and a venue for groups and activities, for children, young people, parents and families in the Didcot, Henley, Sonning Common, Thame, Wallingford and Woodcote area. The Hub is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

More information about Oxfordshire County Council Early Intervention Service including how to make a referral

Contact us

For more information about sessions and appointments at the Hub, please contact:

Didcot Early Intervention Hub Park Road Didcot, OX11 8QX

Phone: 0845 6029299 / 01865 328480

Email: eididcot@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Facebook: Didcot Hub

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Hi
For a school project I have to produce a campaign. For my campaign we chose to persuade the council to fund more Youth services. We were wondering if we could have some details on how much the council fund you for your service.
Niamh Payne
Didcot Girls School
Year 10
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Hi Niamh,

What an interesting choice of campaign! We would be delighted to see your finished work.

Oxfordshire County Council and the District County Councils (yours is South Oxfordshire) provide all sorts of different services for young people in their area. This website and other services like the National Citizen Service, Anti-Bullying Support, support for young people not in employment, education or training (NEET), tracking learning destination and more are provided to children, young people and families in Oxfordshire by a part of Oxfordshire County Council called Youth Engagement and Opportunities, as part of their statutory duties (things a Council has to do, by law). There isn't a separate fund for the website; it's done as part of other work. You can read a little bit about how much money is spent on the Youth Engagement and Opportunities Team in the Proposed New Model for Children's Services in Oxfordshire, a public consultation on the Oxfordshire County Council website - look at the main consultation document, pages 5 and 11. but bear in mind that the money spent on the website is a very small part of that overall figure - less than 1%.

You didn't say what kind of Youth Services you were interested in persuading the council to support. Here is an example of the sorts of services provided by Oxfordshire County Council and of the services provided by your District Council, to help with your research -- you may also be interested in looking at the website of local independent organisations offering Youth Services, like Oxfordshire Youth.

Hope this helps and please feel free to ask further questions!

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