One of our Funders, IBB Foundation, requested that we produce a short video explaining the work that we do.
Chiltern Child Contact Centre Annual General Meeting July 4th at 7.30pm at Amersham Free Church. The speaker is Peter Spencer JP ‘Understanding Magistrates in the [Single] Family Court’ ‘The Family Court focuses on the needs and best interests of children
The Chiltern Child Contact Centre are seeking a deputy coordinator and trustees Please see the advert below that has appeared in Hiya Bucks. If you are interested and would like more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org Please go to this page
Did you know that Contact centres feature in the Archers? You may read what the BBC says about Child Contact Centres by clicking here or you may see the story lines by clicking here
We have opened a community page on Facebook to help raise awareness. Please share with your friends and colleagues. click on the Facebook icon or go to here: https://www.facebook.com/chilternchildcontactcentre/
The National Association of Child contact centres is running an awareness campaign and have published a short video. which you may watch by clicking on the play button in the image below. The Chiltern Child Contact centre is running its own
The Chiltern Child Contact Centre had a stand at the volunteer fair organised by Community Impact Bucks. The poster, shown below attracted people to the stand.
Did you hear us on Radio Christmas on Sunday 4th December? Do not worry you can hear us again, just click on the play button below and use the volume control to adjust the levels for your environment. The program was
Accreditation by the NACCC The Chiltern Child Contact Centre has been operating in Amersham for three years and was accredited by the National Association of Child Contact Centres (NACCC). Accreditation lasts for three years and we are pleased that the
Liz Walsh, one of our trustees has provided a summary of a recent paper on Fatherhood published by Modern Fatherhood A research report published in November 2013 states that nine out of ten fathers say they keep in contact with