These sessions are run by Tandridge First Community Health and Care 0-19 team. You do not need to make an appointment, just turn up with your little one for general advice and support, if you are worried about his/ her weight, you will be able to weigh your baby and discuss your concerns with a member of the health team. We look forward to seeing you on a Tuesday. During these sessions we also have an experienced Breast feeding counsellor, who will be able to give you advice and support with all your breastfeeding queries. In addition, the staff at St Piers Children’s Centre have been trained following the Baby Friendly Initiative and Unicef standards to be able to answer some of your queries on infant feeding.
If you need to contact the health team outside drop in times, please call the 0-19 Advice Helpline on 01883 340922, a member of the health team will be able to advice you over the phone. The line opens at 8.00 am until 5.00 pm Monday to Friday ( except Bank Holidays)
If you have a problem with transport to get to the Children’s Centre you may be interested to know about the Buses 4 U. Here are the details:
Buses4U is a flexible type of local bus service that has no fixed route or timetable. The service is open to anyone living in the Tandridge District Council Area. Journey requests must be made at least one hour before you want to travel and all bookings are taken on a first come , first served basis. You may book up to 7 days in advance and the more notice you give the more likely your journey can be accepted. To book a journey , call 01372 204540. We hope that this facility will enable those parents without transport to attend the clinic. If you have any other issues that make attendance at the clinic difficult for you, please ring us on 01342 831306 and we will do our best to help.