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This section of the directory offers parents and carers information about Children's Centres in the area.

The main purpose of a Children's Centre is to provide support for parents, carers and their under 5's so that all children can be happy, healthy and achieve great things in life.

Some Children's Centres have nurseries or pre-schools running alongside; many offer drop-in facilities, Stay and Play sessions, breastfeeding support groups, Family Learning programmes, Dad's Groups, Health Visitor Clinics, Jobcentre Plus advice about job opportunities and training, parenting groups, access to information from other services such as ask, CAB and Home-Start along with other groups and services which are helpful to local families.

Many Children's Centres are in new, purpose built buildings; others have their base in existing accommodation.  However all offer a warm welcome, information and support and the chance to find out what is going on locally.

All Children's Centres have a manager or centre co-ordinator and most have outreach workers who can visit families in their own home or take activities into other community venues.

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Devizes North Children's Centre

Address / Location
Southbroom Infants School site
Street
The Green
Town
Devizes
Postcode
SN10 5AA
Area Covered (To search please select only one area at a time)
First Name
Sue McCartney and
Surname
Rosalie Mead
Job Title (Children's Centre only)
Children's Centre Co-ordinator
Telephone
01380 739835
E-mail
Children's Centre Managed by
4Children
Helpline/Session/Opening Time Notes
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Availability
All Year
Updated
Children’s Centres offer families of 0-5 year olds a variety of services which are free to access. The main purpose of a children's centre is to provide support for parents, carers and their under 5's so that all children can be happy, healthy and achieve great things in life. For a timetable of activities and events please click on the link below:   Devizes_programme_Feb_-_April_2014.pdf435.49 KB The Children's Centre has close links with Devizes Pre-school (URN 146049), also based at Southbroom Infants' School, which is open from 9:00am - 3:00pm during termtime.

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