Looking after children from time they were born

Greenwich council has launched two new Family Hubs to help give parents and young people get the best possible start in life.

They are investing £4.1million into a Family Hub network.

Councillor Matt Morrow, cabinet member for children and young people, said: “Our Greenwich mission is to make sure that every child has the very best start in life to reach their potential – and our Family Hubs network will play a massive part in that.

“There’s so much support on offer for families, so much that it’s sometimes easy to miss.

Family Hubs put all that help in one place, making it easy for parents to get the help that they need, however and whenever they need it.”

Family Hubs give parents the chance to ask questions, meet other families and speak with experts – all while children and young people learn, interact and have fun.

Storkway Children’s Centre and Quaggy Children’s Centre launched their new Family Hubs earlier this month.

A spokesman for South Greenwich Children’s Centres said: “As a charitable social enterprise, GLL are committed to improving the health and well-being of communities – so we were delighted to host the launch of the South Greenwich Family Hub.

“The hub will support children and families to thrive in one of London’s fastest growing boroughs.”

Family Hubs have now opened at Storkway, Quaggy and Waterways Childrens Centres.

A fourth hub will open at Brookhill Children’s Centre in November.

Greenwich council


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