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Links Children's Centre
Join our team and other families at the centre to get all the support you need for children under 5.
We work with other service providers in the area to give you a one-stop-shop for advice and information on being a parent.
From play groups and messy play sessions to music, rhythm and rhyme they'll be able to learn in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
There's support for older children too with activities for 4-11 year olds during the school holidays.
We also run family learning and adult education courses so you'll be able to learn with your child or brush up on your own skills. A further list of work and training support is available here.
We also run parenting courses and groups for young parents to help you improve your parenting skills and get advice from our team of experts.
If you are interested in attending one of our sessions, please register your interest using the links below and we'll let you know when a place becomes available
Register your interest for our courses
Please note the centres in the Waterlooville Cluster are open between Christmas and New Year as follows –
- Mill Hill Children’s Centre open on 29th, 30th and 31st December 9.30am to 3pm
- Links Children’s Centre open on 29th December 9am – 3pm
- Branches Children’s Centre closed.
Mill Hill and Links Children’s Centres will be open as usual on the 2nd January and full service delivery will recommence on the 5th January.
Volunteer with us
Please take a look at our volunteering opportunities in the Havant and Waterlooville area, the benefits include
- gaining experience of working with children and families
- developing communication skills
- improving your confidence
- getting to meet lots of new people in your local area
- being part of our friendly team!
View our available roles:
Meet and Greet
Find out more here: Havant volunteering opportunities
As part of overall health and wellbeing, it is important that children maintain a healthy weight. Currently, one in five Hampshire children in Year R are categorised as either overweight or obese. Learn more about the Hampshire Healthy Weights Strategy and the work which underpins it by visiting the website below.