Parents and families invited to drop-in event at Bellingham
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Parents and families in the Bellingham and North Tyne areas are invited to a drop-in event at a new base for Early Help and Children’s Centre services.
Families are welcome to the event which will take place on Monday 4 November from 1pm to 3pm at Bellingham Primary School.
From 5 November Children’s Centre and Early Help Family Worker services for Bellingham and surrounding areas will be provided from this new base.
Learning Together Through Play, with Health Visitor clinic, and the Early Help Family Worker services will be available from this date.
Children’s Centre services include sessions which are open to all families with children from birth to five years. The Early Help Family Worker services support families with children from birth to 19 years.
Programmes to support children’s learning and development, as well as assisting with the challenges which can present with parenting, will be developed over coming weeks. There will also be future sessions delivered as outreach or pop-up in communities which surround Bellingham.
Dates and times will be made available on the ‘Bellingham Children's Centre Services’ facebook page, the website www.westchildrenscentre.org.uk
and through direct communication with parents. You can also phone 07769 958046.
The Early Help Family Worker Team can be contacted on 01434 611401.
The West Locality Early Help and Children’s Centre staff look forward to welcoming families on 4 November to say hello over refreshments, with activities on offer for children of all ages.
Jess Barclay-Lambert, Early Help Locality Manager for the West Locality said:
“We are excited to be extending our Early Help and Children’s Centre services in Bellingham and surrounding areas.
“Our delivery base within the Bellingham School site ensures we are centrally placed to work with families with children from birth upwards. We are also pleased to be providing outreach coverage to the North Tyne communities.”