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We’ve produced a short video for Children and families explaining the Covid 19 changes when visiting sites.  The video walks through a clinic visit and has been created from a child’s point of view.

To help you find the latest Children's service information we have made this short animation about how to find useful information like opening times and appointment availability on our website.

Face coverings

We would advise that generally children over the age of 3 should be encouraged to wear a face covering when visiting our premises.  We recognise that young children and older children with special needs may not tolerate a face covering and our staff will undertake and document individual risk assessments to ensure your child’s clinical needs are met where this is the case.Read our full guidance here.

 



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Local Offer - browse the local databases to see all services for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or a Disability (SEND) in your area.

NDD Pathway - click on the links for information about the Neurodevelopmental Assessment Pathway for your child in your area.

Latest News

Sothius Lodge raises £1,250 for our charity Dreamdrops

by Kirstie Flack | Jul 23, 2021

Mike Nixon, Mark Bramley, Anne-Marie Hamilton and George Cox (23 July 2021)A kind donation of £1,250 was given to Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust’s charity, Dreamdrops, after being nominated by Mark Bramley, as one of his chosen charities of the year.

The cheque was presented by Mark Bramley, Worshipful Master, Sothius Lodge, St Ives, who said: “During my year as Master of Sothius Lodge, Dreamdrops was one of my chosen charities.  We raised funds by way of three raffles held after our business meetings and at our annual BBQ.

“We wanted to make a difference and help provide those little extras to children both in hospital and in the community and to help Dreamdrops continue with the wonderful work they do for local children.”

Anne-Marie Hamilton, Chairman of Dreamdrops said: “We are truly grateful to Mark Bramley and the Sothius Lodge for their wonderful donation.

“The money raised will be donated to children being cared for in the local community, Holly Ward and the Paediatrics unit at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.  We cannot thank them enough for their support and this donation will help make a stay in hospital that little bit easier and provide much needed support for children being nursed at home.”

For more information about dreamdrops, or to make a donation, please call, visit or email:

Photo: Left to right: Mike Nixon, Charity Steward, Sothius Lodge, Mark Bramley, Worshipful Master, Sothius Lodge, Anne-Marie Hamilton, Chairman of Dreamdrops and Gordon Cox, Lodge Almoner.


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