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  • National Children's Hour

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    Say NO to the boring stuff. Do something fun with the children in your life: http://goo.gl/KA7hmR

    As a celebration of everything that’s great about childhood, we’re starting a National Children’s Hour. It’s all about the big hand reaching out for the little hand - ask your kids what they want to do. Read a book. Feed the ducks. Climb a tree. That’s the stuff that childhood memories are made of.

    Stuck for ideas? Download our free activity guide here: http://goo.gl/KA7hmR
    Check out the other films in our National Children's Hour playlist to see our staff and the children we help putting some of the activities to the test.

    We want National Children’s Hour to be recognised and celebrated across the UK. Join in to help make it happen. Show less
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  • National Children's Hour Watch and Learn Play

    National Children's Hour is an initiative by Action for Children to encourage parents to spend more time with the children in their lives.
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  • National Children's Hour Play

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  • Let's do the Time Warp again! Play

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  • Byte Night 2013 Play

    Byte Night is the IT industry's annual fundraising event in support of Action for Children
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  • Action for Children Needs Your Support

    ITN news broadcaster Alastair Stewart explains why Action for Children needs your support to grow our services and improve the lives of vulnerable children.
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  • Disabled Children's Services Play

    Action for Children works with disabled children, young people and their families and our mission is to help them the lives they choose by providing fun, inclusive and flexible support.
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  • Fostering Through Action for Children Play

    At Action for Children we have a flexible approach to fostering. The most important thing is that a child or young person is being well taken care of. We need all types of foster carers to reflect the types of children and young people who need a place to stay, when they cannot live with their own families
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