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Get the support and advice you need to be a parent and help your child develop with a range of activities.
Our team runs a series of stay-and-play groups and sessions designed to boost your child's development.
Come along to an In Touch Drop In session for advice on housing, debt and finances.
Our Parenting Choices sessions are a chance to discuss natural alternatives to parenting. Discover cloth nappies, baby slings and much more.
Fathers and male carers can join our dads' breakfast club, which gives men a chance to bond with their children and get involved too. Our dad's club recently took part in an annual pedal race.
Meet with your local Police Community Support Officer during Beat Surgery for a confidential informal chat to discuss issues such as anti-social behaviour, environmental issues, any concerns about the community or neighbourhood or to initiate a community project.
We are delighted with our outside area which has been transformed by young people working towards their National Citizenship Programme.
Here's just some of the activities available at the centre:
- Post natal group
- PEEP under 1's
- Stay and Play (for under 5's)
- Breastfeeding support group
- Young parents' group
- Messy play
- Toy library
- Well baby clinic
- In touch Drop in
- Incredible Year's Parenting Programme
- PEEP for Rising Two's
- Freedom programme
- Beat Surgery
- Parenting Choices
- Dads' breakfast club
Jan - April 2014 timetable
Learn more about our Resilience for Life course.
Well Baby Clinic is at The Phoenix Children’s Centre from 9.30-11.00 every Tues (except the 1st Tues of the month when we have Toy Library)
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.