Help and support if you’ve recently arrived from Ukraine
13. Families and things to do
Finding activities and Family Information Service support in Buckinghamshire
Our pages offer a wealth of information, support, childcare and things to do for families, children and young people aged from birth to 19 years (up to 25 years with a disability/additional need).
We have many family centres who provide a range of open-access sessions and universal health services to families with children and young people aged from birth to 19 years (up to 25 years with a disability/additional need). Please do visit our webpages for more information
We also have a Duty Desk email for families which is [email protected] and a phone line - 01296 383293 where our Information and Outreach Officers can help with sending information and providing advice.
Find childcare, things to do for families, local services and organisations for families, children and young people aged from birth to 19 years (up to 25 years with a disability/additional need) on the Family Information Directory.
If you have a child or young person with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) our SEND Local Offer pages provide a range of information and support.
Day care places for babies and children under 5
Our Early Years service can arrange day care places for babies and children under 5 during the summer holidays.
To request a place email [email protected]
Guests may also like to visit our tourist information centres for local information about events, local attractions, or offer help and advice about council services.
To find your nearest centre please visit the site - Tourist Information Centres
Visit your local library
We have many libraries within Buckinghamshire, which provide access to a number of resources, such as books, eBooks, audiobooks, newspapers, magazines, DVDs, access to computers, printing, photocopying, scanning and many more.
Things to do
Buckinghamshire has a range of things to do for residents and people visiting the county.
- visiting our range of larger shopping centres (in Aylesbury, High Wycombe or Milton Keynes) or smaller ones in our villages
- taking a walk around one of our Country Parks
- looking around a museum or gallery
- exploring our centres of art and entertainment
See the Visit Buckinghamshire website for an up to date list of events going on in the county.