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Join us at the Mayor's Charity Ball on 25th March 2017

His Worshipful the Mayor of Runnymede, Councillor Alan Alderson, has very kindly chosen Home-Start Runnymede and Woking as one of 3 charities to benefits from funds raised during his year in office.  He and his wife are hosting a fundraising Charity Ball on Saturday 25th March at The Runnymede Hotel and would like to extend the invitation to our friends and supporters.  

Details and booking form are available by clicking the button.  If you would like further information regarding the menu please contact Carole or Fiona at Home-Start on 01483 740367 or info@homestartraw.org.

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Tickets available for Charity Golf Day

Join the Mayor of Runnymede for his Charity Golf Day on Monday 24th April 2017 and an opportunity to play Foxhills Golf Club’s Longcross course.  The day includes full English breakfast on arrival, 18-hole shotgun start followed by a two course lunch with coffee and prizes.  Entries are being accepted now for 4-balls together with individuals or teams of 2 or 3 players.

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Book a place or team here

Welcome to

Home-Start Runnymede and Woking

Home-Start Runnymede and Woking is a voluntary organisation that offers support, friendship and practical help to parents living in the Runnymede and Woking boroughs with at least one child under five.

Volunteers offer regular support, friendship and practical help to families under stress in their own homes helping to prevent family crisis and breakdown.

Our support is free, confidential and non-judgemental. We help to increase the confidence of families. The whole team of Home-Start staff, home-visiting volunteers and trustees are committed to ensuring that children are given the best possible start in life and believe that parents play a key role in this.