London Community of Practice

Tuesday 23 May 2023

09:00 - 12:30

About this event

The London Family Hubs Development Community of Practice Gathering brings together colleagues in London who are leading the development of family hubs or are interested in starting their journey to develop family hubs.

This event is aimed at Service Managers within Local Authorities with an interest in setting up Family Hubs. 

How do I register for this event?

Please register your interest for this event by emailing:

Who is this event suitable for?

Local authorities in London - those leading the development of family hubs or interested in developing family hubs.

Maximum of two representatives from a local authority. This event is aimed at Service Managers within Local Authorities with an interest in setting up Family Hubs.

Aims of the event

To share learning and support family hub development in London.

Accessibility and registration

The venue is fully accessible. Please get in touch with the Training team if you have any accessibility requirements on 

Registration will close at 17:00 on the 26 February. Please book your place before this time to secure your place.

  • 3.5 Hours

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