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Children's Centres service disruption

Our Bright Start Children’s Centre Services continue to operate. While adhering to relevant national and local Coronavirus restrictions, our Children's Centres (Bath Children and Family Centre, St Martin’s, Bath, Radstock and Keynsham) remain open to provide family support, health visiting and social care services. 

Our Family Support Workers are working with many families on a one-to-one basis whilst observing social distancing measures. We are delivering many of our courses virtually online. We are currently planning alternatives to our regular support groups – ‘Play & Explore Together’ and ‘Little Explorers’.

Health Visitor Baby & Toddler Hubs are offering an appointment service for Health Visiting teams contacts.

Contact our Children's Centre staff

Phone: Bath Children and Family Centre on 01225 39 66 62, St Martin’s 01225 39 60 04, Radstock 01225 39 66 60 or Keynsham  01225 39 54 00.

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Children's Centres and Health Visiting teams

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Children's Centres

Our Children’s Centres are for parents and carers with children under five years old within the whole Bath and North East Somerset area. We offer a range of activities and support services to help you with all aspects of parenting. These can take place in or out of our Children's Centres:

Bath (central, eastern and Weston)

This area is covered by Bath Children and Family Centre.

Bath (Combe Down, Foxhill and Odd Down)

This area is covered by St Martin's Garden Children's Centre.

Bath (Twerton, Southdown and Whiteway)

This area is covered by Bath West Children's Centre.

Keynsham and Chew Valley area

Radstock, Peasedown, Midsomer Norton and Paulton (Somer Valley)

This area is covered by Radstock Children's Centre.

Services we offer

We run regular groups available to everyone, as well as more specialised courses and programmes. See our Children's Centre services page for a full list of our services.

Health Visiting teams

Health Visitors are qualified nurses or midwives with a specialist qualification in public health for children, young people and families. They offer support and information around parenthood, specifically early parenting; from pregnancy up until your child starts school. They offer support for all parents of all children (under five years old), whatever their circumstances.

For more information on Health Visitors, and to download their drop-in timetable, visit the VirginCare website.