London Family Hubs Tour

About this event

These tours provide an opportunity to:

  • find out more about the role of the National Centre for Family Hubs
  • hear about the family hubs development journey in Westminster
  • take a tour of a family hub
  • share learning with others working on family hub development in London

Please try to arrive 15 minutes early for a prompt start

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.

Aims of the event

To share learning and support family hub development in London

Accessibility and registration

Church Street Family Hub is a wheelchair accessible venue. For further information on the facilities please call: 020 3307 1940.

If you have an accessibility requirement, please let the events team know as soon as you can on Please do let us know what these are and the best way we can assist you for this session. 

Registration will close at 15:00 on 16 May. Please book your place before this time to secure your place at the event. There are a limited number of places.

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17th May 2023
  • Church Street Family Hub View Map
  • 2 hours
  • 14:00 - 15:30 (UK Time)



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