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Using a nanny

Using a nanny Nannies provide childcare in your own home and can look after children of any age. They often work flexible hours so can be a good option if you work shifts or unsociable hours. Your child will also have the advantage of being…

Visiting Family Hubs

Our Family Hub buildings remain open and we are providing support to families in a range of safe ways. If you need some support please contact 020 7641 5923 or email bessboroughfamilyhub@westminster.gov.uk. If you go through to our answerphone please leave a message including your phone number and…

Visual Impairment

We have created the following factsheets to support EY practitioners: Visual Impairment Service Offer 2019 - 2020  Referral form pathway for visual impairment 2019 Resources and guidance

Volunteering

Make a difference today and join Team Westminster where you can donate your time to help people and good causes. There are many ways to volunteer with Team Westminster. Find a volunteering opportunity on our new volunteering website. Team Westminster Social Action Fit volunteering around…

Westminster Advice Service Partnership

Westminster City Council fund the Westminster Advice Services Parntership to provide advice across a range of areas, including advice on Benefits, Debt, Housing, Employment, Consumer, Legal, Tax, Family law, Energy suppliers and Immigration & Nationality. Westminster Advice Services Partnership is made up of Citizen's Advice…

Westminster Family Information Service

Your Family Information Service Directory COVID-19 / Coronavirus We have created a page to provide service updates and useful resources relating to family information. Please click here to access the page You can also access our SEND Local Offer, offering children and young people (and their families)…

Westminster Libraries

Covid-19 Update Whilst Westminster’s libraries are temporarily closed, you can keep your family entertained with a wealth of free resources available online. eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers and eAudiobooks can all be accessed for free with your Westminster library card, including special eResources for children and young people. If you’re…

Westminster Youth

Our goal is to help all young people in Westminster to reach their full potential and be equipped for the future. Here you’ll find loads of activities taking place across the city for you and your family to enjoy. From sporty activities, to music and…

What is a Children’s Centre?

If you have a child aged 0 to 5 years old, you can receive free parenting support and information at your local Children’s Centre or Family Hub. What can a children's centre help with? A wide range of organisations and professionals work at your local children's…

What is a Family Hub?

A more integrated workforce: A ‘virtual’ network of providers working with children 0 – 19 years, who share a single approach to working with families across a given area / neighbourhood. It will bring together early intervention work delivered by the wide spectrum of Early Help…