Birmingham Hub

Birmingham Hub

The Birmingham Hub is the digital doorway to the Spurgeons children's centres in Birmingham. On this page you will find details for your local children's centres, the types of services they provide and how to get in touch. Spurgeons also provides outreach services in many local community venues. You can find out more about outreach services by contacting your nearest children's centre listed below.

What are Spurgeons children’s centres?

Spurgeons children’s centres are places where parents of children aged 0–5 years can share the challenges and joys of parenthood. The centres offer a range of activities and support services to help you with all aspects of parenting, helping you make sure your child gets the best start in life.

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The children’s centres

Yatesbury Children's Centre

Yatesbury Ave
B35 6DG

Featherston Children's Centre & Nursery School

29 Highcroft Rd
B23 6AU

Lakeside Children's Centre

Lakes Rd
B23 7UH

Anthony Road Children's Centre

80 Anthony Rd
B8 3AA

Dyson Gardens Children's Centre

145 Highfield Rd
B8 3QU

Kitts Green Children's Centre

45 Ridpool Road
Lea Hall
B33 8RD

Tame Valley Children's Centre

Chillinghome Road,
B36 8QJ

Lime Tree Children's Centre

Heathfield Road
B19 1HJ

Rookery Children's Centre

Rookery Sports & Arts Centre
B21 9PW

Holland House Children's Centre

Holland Road
B72 1RE

Services offered from our children’s centres include:

  • Information, advice and support for parents of young children aged 0-5 years

  • Advice on how to access childcare provided by nurseries or childminders

  • Family support services

  • Access to children’s health services, including midwives and health visitors

  • Support for children with special needs, including sensory rooms

  • Links with Jobcentre Plus, local training providers, further and higher education institutions

  • Messy play, rhyme time sessions, stay and play sessions

Services for toddlers:

  • Parenting programmes and advice to help you understand your child’s needs and build your confidence as a parent

  • Fun activities to do with your toddler such as messy play, rhyme time and stay and play sessions.

  • Some centres have outside play areas where children can explore and learn

  • Advice on the different types of childcare available in your area

  • Access to free early education for two year olds whose families receive particular benefits

  • Information about free early education for three or four year olds

  • Help with gaining qualifications and considering employment opportunities and benefits

Services if you are pregnant or have a baby:

  • Advice and support on what to expect when you have a new baby

  • Help with infant feeding

  • Baby massage classes

  • Fun activities to do with your baby, such as music and rhyme

Services for children with additional needs:

  • Spurgeons children’s centres provide support to parents and children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

  • Each children’s centre can provide information on Birmingham's SEND Local Offer

  • Some centres hold support groups, and most have sensory rooms fully equipped to provide a safe, comfortable and colourful environment for you and your child to play together


Dads are really important to children’s lives and are welcome to come along and enjoy all the services provided by our children’s centres.

Contact your nearest children’s centre directly for more information on the specific services they can provide you.


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