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Groups and activities at the Brooks Children's Centre
Safehands Nursery (The Brooks, Crewe), Tel: 01270 478233
Safehands Nursery is open at The Brooks Children’s Centre, Crewe. The Nursery is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm and provides day-care for 0 to 5 year olds.
Up to 15 hours free childcare a week can be available, simply call 0300 123 5033 or visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/FREE or text CHILDCARE to 80878.
Mini Crawlers (Crewe)
A Stay and Play session for 0 to 4 year olds, including messy play, fun with books and painting and singing.
Antenatal Appointments (Crewe)
If you have discovered you are pregnant you can phone the Antenatal Department on 01270 612184 to book your first appointment. Follow up appointments can be made by phoning the centre or by calling at reception.
Bumps and Babes (Crewe)
Is for families with children under the age of 1. As well as being able to Stay and Play with your child, you will meet other parents with young children in a relaxed and informal setting. Members of staff are also on hand to provide any help and advice you may need.
Cherubs, is a peer support breast feeding group for new mums and mums-to-be. No need to book, just come along.
Family Drop-Ins and Stay and Plays
Edleston Stay and Play at Edleston Primary school
Run by The Brooks Children’s Centre at Edleston Primary School, Denver Avenue, Crewe. The Stay and Play runs every Tuesday from 9.30am till 11.30am. As well as being able to Stay and Play with your child, you can meet other parents and get information and advice about a whole variety of things, including; ‘Toddler Taming’, routines, budgeting, feeding, domestic difficulties, speech, housing, healthy eating and much more.
Health Visitor Drop-In (The Brooks, Crewe)
Would you like to see a Health Visitor for advice about sleeping, play, baby-led weaning, tears and tantrums or just to get your baby weighed? Monday’s 1.30 pm to 3pm, no need to book, just pop in.
The Parenting Journey will support you from pregnancy until your child starts school. With a mixture of sessions from stay and plays in your children’s centre to your health visitor coming to visit you. It is a fun way for you to learn more about your baby / child’s development, speak to health and childcare professionals along with a chance to meet other parents.
Contact your children's centre, speak to your health visitor or contact family information service to find out when your next stop is.