Children's charity appeals for help in finding new home

First published in Waltham Forest East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

A CHARITY which helps babies and children in Waltham Forest is appealing for help in finding a new home after being told it will be evicted from its offices.

Care Free Kids is having to move out of its base in Leytonstone High Road next year after housing association owners Circle 33 decided to sell the building it occupies.

The group has been established in the borough for ten years and provides services such as therapeutic play and counselling for vulnerable children, with staff also spending time visiting youngsters at their schools.

Its founder Ros Kane said: "We have two rooms, one which is multi-purpose and another which is an office.

"We really need something similar if we're to keep going, without space we couldn't really function."

Call Care Free Kids on 0208 558 7799 if you can help.

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