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Hill Street children's centre

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Hill street Health and Wellbeing Centre
Hill Street,
Stapenhill
Burton on Trent
DE15 9LD

For enquiries on activities and to book a room please call 01283 233400. For all other enquiries please call Kate Tomson-Rayner on 01283 881254.

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 9.00am - 16:45pm
Friday 9.00am - 16:30pm
The centre is not open on Bank Holidays

Access and facilities

Hill Street Children's Centre provides a range of services for families with children aged 0-5 years.

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