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Redbridge Connexions Service

Hi all Redbridge residents,

If you aren't familiar with our service, Redbridge Connexions Service is an information, advice and guidance service for vulnerable young people aged 13-19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs.

If you are a young person within the above age range, or have a friend/son/daughter/neighbour etc who is out of education, employment or training, and stuck for what to do, please consider coming into Redbridge Connexions to speak with an adviser.

We are near to Ilford Station, in Broadway Chambers, 1 Cranbrook Road.
Our number is 020 8514 9567.

You can follow us @cnx_redbridge, or visit our facebook page for more info about our support service and opportunities!

Do please spread the word, many Connexions centres around the country have closed, but we are still going strong for Redbridge residents!


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Como Contracts Ltd
I'm 31 now and when I left school at 16 I didn't have a clue what I  wanted to do but by chance my lady  friend took me into one of  the connextions in Walthamstow , think it was Hoe Street, it was there I got help and found my first Job at good old Mcd's whilst still  studying a construction course  at college. Thanks to this place  I'm a qualified Quantity Surveyor,  without the initial  guidance I got from their I don't know what I would of ended up doing. It's a real shame places like these are closing down there will be nothing left for the younger generations to get  help and support  they need.
Cllr Ian Bond
Hi - thanks for your comments.  It's good to hear the service is doing ok in Redbridge!  As you will know, the council is under huge financial pressure and we are having to look wherever we can for savings.  But we understand the value of these services for young people and have recently been working with reps from the Redbridge Youth Council, who have been out and about in our schools and youth centres finding out what young people value about the services we provide.  We'll do our best to take account of their views when we set next year's budget.

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