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Overview

We have two children’s centres within Newcastle-under-Lyme, these are Newcastle children’s centre located in Knutton, and Maryhill children’s centre located in Kidsgrove. These centres are for anyone who lives within the borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme, if you reside outside of the borough then additional charges will apply.

There are times when families need extra support to ensure that they get off to the best start. When this is the case we can help them to access or provide what they need when they need it.  We do this by ensuring that families have access to good quality information, advice and guidance as well as access to services locally.  Please see our Family Support page for your local Family Support service.

 

We currently deliver a range of activities to ensure these needs are met, please visit our Facebook pages for all of our latest information on what we deliver and courses available. 

We also have nurseries within both centres that provide childcare for children aged 0-5 years.  For contact details please see the relevant Children’s Centre page.

Further information

For any further information please contact:

Sophie Lockey
Early Years Coordinator

Tel: 01782 296100

Email: Sophie Lockey

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