During the Tier 4 restrictions our Child and Family Centres will continue to offer support for families and our centres we be partially open.
Find out more on your local Child and Family Centre Facebook page or call to see what activities and groups are available. All the centres and contact details are available in the Cambridgeshire Online Directory.
Our Child and Family Centres offer groups, events, activities, courses and support for families with children aged 0-19. As well as our network of Child and Family Centres, we provide activities, groups, events and courses in libraries, churches and other community locations across the county:
- Support groups run by family workers
- Information and advice about education and childcare
- Employment, training and benefits advice
- Drop-in play sessions
- Child development and special needs
- Parenting courses
- A meeting place for parents, carers and childminders
- Parent led sessions and groups
- Dads' groups
- Health services such as midwives and health visitor clinics
All our groups, activities, events and courses are promoted on Cambridgeshire Online Directory. Each group, activity, event or course will have specific contact details and venue information.
Our main centres are listed on Cambridgeshire Online Directory. Many activities and groups take place at our main centres, but we also have many that take place in the local community, individual events and activities will detail where they take place and who the contact is for these.
Charges and booking
There is a charge for some of our activities. This money will be reinvested and helps us to continue to provide fun and engaging activities and provide materials and equipment for the sessions. Some families may be entitled to come along free of charge. Due to demand or limited places you may also need to book in advance for some of our groups, activities, events and courses.