Family hubs to host summer activities

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During the school holidays our Family Support Hubs will be hosting a series of extra special summer activities.

Nottingham City Hub will be teaming up with a mobile theatre at Woodthorpe Grange Park on 11th August for a special activity instead of holding their August meeting in their regular venue. Parents and carers and children, who are aged 11 and under, are welcome to come along. Siblings are also welcome to attend.

Our Newark and Retford groups will be meeting at Wheelgate Adventure Park at Farnsfield on 19th August instead of holding their usual meeting in August.

Kirkby Family Support Hub will be hosting a summer picnic on 22nd August instead of meeting at their normal venue.

Hubs will also take place at other locations throughout the region. The free drop-in sessions will offer a variety of activities for children, giving them the chance to play while parents and carers can chat to others and Hub staff. There’s no pressure for the children to take part in anything. Some children can sit and play, while others may be happier running around. As long as they are happy, that’s what counts!

For further information about the Hubs, please get in touch with the relevant hub coordinator listed on our website here >> Family Support Hubs

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