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Haig Housing
Alban Dobson House
SM4 5NS
Morden
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A Veterans charity providing good quality rental housing for the ex-Service community in Merton and throughout the UK.

For more information contact Patrick Lyster-Todd on 020 8685 5777
Hall School Wimbledon
17 The Downs
SW20 8HF
Wimbledon
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For more information contact Bruce Ricards on 020 8879 9200
Hamper Family Foundation
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Tackling inequality, based on age, disability, health, sexuality Cultural and ethnicity.

For more information contact Oliver Hempel on 07563 338404
Hanover Housing Association
2 Hanover Road
SW19 1EB
Wimbledon
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Manages estates throughout England, including several in Merton, that provide cost effective housing for older people to live permanently within a supported environment.

For more information contact Rosemary Bongkiyung at the address or email listed to the left.
Happy Family Club
c/o The Vestry Hall
CR4 3UD
Mitcham
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Lunch club for Asian Elderly that meet at Vestry Hall twice a week

For more information contact Anne Geen on 07977 798924
Harris Academy Merton
Wide Way
CR4 1BP
Mitcham
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Arts, Entertainment, Leisure, Sports and Physical Activity.

For more information contact Stephanie Dent on 020 8623 1028
Harris Academy Morden
Lilleshall Road
SM4 6DU
Morden
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For more information contact the organisation, on 020 8687 1157
Haslemere Primary School
Brooklands Court
CR4 3PQ
Mitcham
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For more information contact Charlotte Groom on 020 8640 9660
Hatfield Primary School
Lower Morden Lane
SM4 4SJ
Morden
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For more information contact Frieda Perry on 020 8337 1332
Headway South West London
Unit 1, College Fields Business Centre
SW19 2PT
Wimbledon
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Provides assistance, support, information and services to people with a brain injury, their families, carers and relevant professionals. Also promotes understanding of all aspects of brain injury. Support group meetings on the second Tuesday of the month at Drake House, Wimbledon and third Wednesday of the month at Fairfield House, East Croydon. Also provide a monthly newsletter; telephone information helpline; bi-monthly social activities and fundraising events.

For more information contact Rachel Allen at the address or email listed to the left.
Headway UK
The Nelson Hospital
SW20 8DB
Raynes Park
Website For more information contact Peter McCabe at the address or email listed to the left.
Healthwatch Merton
Vestry Hall
CR4 3AU
Mitcham
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Healthwatch Merton exists to increase the influence that local people's views have over how their Health and Social Care services are delivered.

For more information contact Erin Cowhig Croft on 020 8685 2282
Healthwatch Sutton
Granfers Community Centre
SM1 3AA
Sutton
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For more information contact Peter Flavell on 020 8641 9540
Hercules Wimbledon Athletics Club
c/o 21 Moreton Road
KT4 8EY
Worcester Park
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Provides training and competition for all abilities and ages, 10 years upwards. The club covers track, field, road and cross country running. Activities are centred on Wimbledon Park Track and Lauriston College, Wimbledon. Volunteers are always needed to assist in our activities.

For more information contact Maurice Sharp at the address or email listed to the left.
Hestia Housing
1st & 2nd Floor, Maya House
SE1 1LB
London
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For more information contact David Griffiths on 020 7378 3100
Hestia Recovery Cafe
966 Garrett Lane
SW17 0ND
Tooting
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The Hestia Recovery Café is open to adult residents of South West London (18+) who perceive themselves, or are at risk of moving into mental health crisis. It offers a constructive and non-clinical alternative to A&E or admission to hospital.
The café offers a welcoming, safe, friendly and non-stigmatising environment. Our members of staff support customers to help them discuss the nature of their crisis, identify the triggers to it, and to help them identify strengths and coping skills they might use to reduce their distress in order to successfully manage their own situations in the future

For more information contact the organisation, on 07794 394920
High Path Community Association
63 High Path
SW19 2JY
Wimbledon
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For more information contact Cypren Edmunds on 07886 471791
Hill Singers Chamber Choir
Tolverne Road
SW20 8RA
Raynes Park
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Choral singing; performing a wide range of music from renaissance motets to jazz standards and music by living composers. Our regular performance venue is St Matthew's Church, Durham Road, SW20 and our rehearsal venue is Raynes Park Methodist Church - address above.

For more information contact Peter Clayton on 020 8644 3794
Hillcross Primary School
Ashridge Way
SM4 4EE
Morden
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For more information contact Rachel Jacob on 020 8542 6936
Hillside Church
37 Worple Road
SW19 4JZ
Wimbledon
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Mother and Toddler Group, Woman's Bible Study Group, Youth Group, Men's Programme, Hall Hire

For more information contact Richard Thomas on 020 8944 5544
Holy Cross Church - Motspur Park
Holy Cross Vicarage
KT3 6HT
Motspur Park
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Carer and toddler group and uniformed groups. Also run a chair-based exercise class for the elderly and luncheon club, circuit training, mothers union and community choir from our hall in Adela Avenue.

For more information contact Rev Rachel Taylor on 020 8947 3117
Holy Trinity & St. Peter Church
234 The Broadway
SW19 1SB
Wimbledon
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Holy Trinity is an open, living, Christian community, seeking to make a difference in Wimbledon and the world.

For more information contact Rev Chris Palmer on 07905 249132
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School
Effra Road
SW19 8PW
Wimbledon
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For more information contact Nicola Morgan on 020 8542 1591
Home-Start Merton
The Chaucer Centre
Morden
SM4 6PX
Surrey
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Home-Start Merton has been supporting local families since 1993 and offers free support, friendship and practical help to families with at least one child under eleven. Families are visited regularly in their own homes by volunteers who have all had experience of parenting, and know how hard it can sometimes be.

For more information contact Sharon Ashby at the address or email listed to the left.
Home-Start Merton Charity Shop
65 St. Helier Avenue
SM4 6HY
Morden
For more information contact Shop Manager at the address or email listed to the left.

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