Little Village Camden
Little Village Wandsworth
Little Village HQ, St Mark's Church,
53 Rowfont Road, London, SW17 7AP
Little Village Southwark will be open from Monday 7 January 2019 so we are now accepting referrals.
We will hold our first Family Drop in session on Wednesday 16 January 2019, 10am – 12noon. Thereafter Family Drop in sessions will be every Wednesday at this time during the school term only.
Due to space limitations in our stockroom, the Family Drop in sessions will be held at the Ivy House pub, Stuart Road, Nunhead, London SE15 3BE.
See our referral FAQs
“100% of our referral partners say they would recommend using our service to their colleagues”Little Village survey of referral partners 2018
We don’t have complicated assessment criteria. Our service is available for any families who are struggling to cope – they do not have to be in crisis for us to be able to help. We trust the judgement of you, the professionals referring to us.
Not yet, no. While we launch our service in Southwark we will work with a couple of partners, to iron out any glitches. Once we’ve done that we’ll be able to accept referrals from any person working in a professional capacity with local families. That could include midwives, health visitors, children’s centres, family support workers, social workers, local charities, foodbanks, GPs and councillors. Drop us a line if you’d like to be one of our local referral partners.
“I think having access to your services made a huge difference to our families and also to us.we know that we will make a referral and the families will get what they need as soon as possible, the team are super supportive and easy to work with.”
“Your service takes away some of the stress and worry of how a parent is going to find the money for essential items they need for their child. Sometimes it’s just simple, everyday equipment that many of us may just take for granted. But it really makes a difference, for example when a mum had a new baby she could not get her older child to nursery. We requested a buggy board and now the mum and her children are able to get out and about. You support the parent to be able to provide the best they can for their child / children. Children may have access to some toys or books they may never have of owned before – so all good for their wellbeing and learning and development.”Family support worker