Period poverty

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We believe every young person should have access to sanitary products but many are experiencing period poverty, unable to access or afford them.

Thanks to the generous donation of sanitary pads and tampons by Morrisons, Sutton, we are now able to provide young people with the products they need.

If you are a teenager in need of or struggling for period products, simply, pop into one of Sutton’s children’s centres and ask for the “parcel Sandy has left me”.

Available at

Tweeddale Children's Centre
Tweeddale Road
Carshalton SM5 1SW

Thomas wall Children's Centre
69 Western Road
Sutton SM1 2TF

Green oak Children's Centre
671 London Road
Worcester Park SM3 9DL

Amy Johnson Children's Centre
Brabazon Avenue     
Wallington, SM6 9ET 

We won’t ask for your name or any contact details, the only thing we will ask is your age - this is to help us work out which products are preferred by which age group.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our school nursing team on:

Young person confidential phone line 020 8770 4409 9am-4pm Monday - Friday
Instagram @suttonschoolnursing