Home-Start Epsom, Ewell & Banstead

There for parents when they need us most...
Because childhood can't wait

About Us

Our Year at a Glance

71 Families
supported
during the year

51 new
referrals
during the
year

139 Children
supported
during the
year

Our Year at a glance

4 main reasons why families look for HSEEB support

1. Coping with own mental health

3. Managing the household budget

3. Coping with feeling isolated

4. Parent’s self-esteem

Home-Start Epsom, Ewell and Banstead offers practical and emotional support to parents with young children in the local communities of Epsom, Ewell and Banstead. Additionally our service extends to those living in Ashtead.

We offer a unique service, recruiting and training volunteers who are parents themselves, to visit families at home who have at least one child under 5 and offer informal, friendly and confidential support.

To help give children the best possible start in life, Home-Start supports parents as they grow in confidence, strengthen their relationships with their children and widen their links with the local community.

Whilst all Home-Start schemes are guided by the same principles, each is an autonomous unit, individually registered with the Charities Commission, and with their own local management committee responsible for their own funding.

The charity is run by a board of Trustees who are responsible for the management and direction of the scheme. The team comprises of five part-time members of staff together with a network of trained volunteers who carry out the home-visiting parent support service.

Home-Start Epsom, Ewell and Banstead Annual Report

Our annual report for the last year is available for download by clicking on the button below. Please note that it is around 1MB in size and may take several minutes to download depending on your internet speed. The file is in PDF format.

There is also a news item published on the website where you can view photographs. Follow this link to find out more.

St Faiths
Community Foundation
NHS
Henry Smith