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Central England

There are lots of activities and events happening across the region which includes Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Birmingham and the Black Country and Worcestershire. Contact: [email protected]

  • Local CLAPA Groups

    Email [email protected] if you're interested in setting up a new group in this region.

  • CLAPA Barnsley

    Please come join us at CLAPA Barnsley! We are a local, volunteer-run support group for parents/carers and children affected by cleft lip and/or palate. New and expectant parents are very welcome! If you have any questions or would like to join the next meet up please contact CLAPA volunteer Alison on 07749 970819 or email [email protected] We will look forward to seeing you at a meet up soon!

    Areas covered: South Yorkshire

    Alison Whitehead

    Happy Faces

  • CLAPA Derby

    CLAPA Derby is a local, volunteer-run support group for parents/carers and children affected by cleft lip and/or palate

    Areas covered: Derby and surrounding areas

    Amy Roberts-Nichols

    Happy Faces

  • CLAPA Warwick

    Please come join us at CLAPA Warwick! We are a local, volunteer-run support group for parents/carers and children affected by cleft lip and/or palate

    Areas covered: Warwick, Leamington Spa, Coventry and surrounding areas in Warwickshire

    Joanna Hamilton

    Happy Faces

  • CLAPA West Midlands

    Welcome to the West Midlands Branch! We formed in being in January 2015. The Branch covers the West Midlands. If you or your child are having or have had treatment at Birmingham Children's Hospital or Queen Elizabeth Hospital then you are part of The West Midlands area.

    Areas covered: Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Birmingham and the Black Country, Warwickshire and Staffordshire

    Claire Evans

    West Midlands Branch

  • West Midlands Patient Voices

    A group of patients and parents who meet quarterly with members of the West Midlands Cleft team to review service provision, offer feedback and make suggestions for improvements. Meetings take place in central Birmingham for two hours and are facilitated by CLAPA's regional team.

    Areas covered: All areas serviced by the West Midlands Cleft Lip and Palate Service

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  • Cleft Teams

    The Trent Cleft Service is based in Nottingham. The West Midlands Cleft Service is split across two sites - Birmingham Children's Hospital for under 16s and Queen Elizabeth Hospital for adult patients.

  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital (West Midlands Cleft Service)

    Steelhouse Lane Birmingham B4 6NH

    0121 333 8235

  • Nottingham City Hospital (Trent Cleft Service)

    City Hospital Campus Hucknall Road Nottingham NG5 1PB

    0115 9691169

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  • Latest area news

  • 21 Apr 2020

    A Letter from our Chair of Trustees

    As a result of the pandemic, CLAPA expects to lose half its income over the next six months. The future of the charity is in your hands - can you help us keep going?

  • 16 Apr 2020

    Government funding for charities falls short

    CLAPA welcomes the government’s announcement of funding to help charities through the devastating impact of the coronavirus outbreak. But like many organisations who have been under pressure for long before the outbreak hit our shores, we’re concerned this isn’t nearly enough.

  • 19 Aug 2019

    Services Survey

    We're reaching the end of a big grant-funded project, and with no other funding pools available, it's very likely we'll have to scale back some of our services. This survey is a way for you to tell us what matters to you and help guide the way we design our services to make sure these changes have the least impact on the people who need them the most.

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