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Direct Bank Transfer

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Bank Account Holder Name - This should be your name.
Your Bank Account Number - This is the number of your bank account.
Bank City - The City where your bank is located.
Bank Full Name - The full name of your bank.

Check Payment

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Send the check to the next Address:

Charitas
51 Sherbrooke W., Montreal, QC. Canada, H5Z 4T9.

(Please mention in the check for which cause you donate).

Supporting Residents Where it Matters

Camp Hill has many organisations, whether statutory, community or voluntary, who dedicate their time to supporting residents and the community as a whole.  See below for more details on how you can get help and if you require more information just click on the links underlined in blue.

Camp Hill GP Led Health Centre

Camp Hill GP Led Health Centre is managed by George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust and provides a full doctor’s surgery alongside many other health services such as blood tests, physiotherapy, ECGs and dental care.  There are also a number of clinics such as Smoking Cessation, Diabetes, Dietician, Respiratory Care and Children’s Immunisations.  Health Trainers are also on hand to advise you on how to make the most of your health.

The Centre is organised to make access to health care easy, being open from 8.00am till 8.00pm (surgery finishes at 7.30pm), 365 days a year.

If you would like to register as a patient or just want more information pop into the Centre on Ramsden Avenue to speak to a Receptionist, call 024 7639 0008 or click on the link above.

Camp Hill Education, Sports and Social Centre (CHESS)

CHESS is a first rate local facility offering a community library, a youth club and a whole host of other activities and groups for all ages including the Over 50s Luncheon Club, Dazzlers Dancing and Short Matt Bowls..  There are also a variety of rooms for hire which makes CHESS the perfect venue for children’s parties, meetings, training and arts & crafts.

If you would like to find out more about the CHESS or any activities that take place there call 024 7675 7100, email chesscentre@warwickshire.gov.uk. or click on the link above.

Councillor’s Surgeries

Local councillors hold their surgeries at the CHESS Building on the second Tuesday of each month, 6.00pm – 7.00pm.  The surgeries are an opportunity for you to talk to Councillors in person about any issues that concern you.  Booking is not necessary.

The local councillors for Camp Hill are as follows:

Camp Hill Work Club

If you are looking for a job, advice or support with finding a job Camp Hill Work Club can help.

The Work Club is on Thursday mornings, 10.30am – 12.30pm, in the library at the CHESS Centre.  Attendees will be able to get advice on self-employment, volunteering, training and self confidence whilst hunting and applying for jobs with the help of the advisors.  For more information call Mona at Pride in Camp Hill on 024 7639 9093.

Young Parents Group

The Young Parents Group is a support and social group held at the CHESS Centre for younger parents 25 or under.  During the sessions various fun and educational activities are offered for both parents and children.

The club takes place on Mondays (term time only), 2.00pm – 4.00pm.  For more information call 024 7675 7100.

Camp Hill Children’s Centre

Camp Hill Children’s Centre is a friendly facility that supports local families with children under 5 by providing information, advice and a wide range of groups such as baby massage, birth preparation and speech therapy.  For more information on what they offer click on the link above.

It doesn’t stop there though, there are many more facilities to offer, for more information call them on 024 7634 6155 or click on the link above.

Camp Hill Resident’s  Forum

Camp Hill Resident’s Forum is a group of local residents who work in partnership with Pride in Camp Hill, Warwickshire County Council and local Police.  Their aim is to help local people get their opinions heard and make a difference in the area that they live in.  They give residents a bigger voice on issues such as environmental matters, housing, local policing and local services.

To find out more about the Forum call the Pride in Camp Hill Office on 024 7639 9093, the team will take your details and arrange for a Forum member to get back to you.