Children's Centres

What are Children’s Centres?

Children’s Centres are friendly, welcoming places which offer families with children under the age of eight a free range of services, information and support in their local community.

There are 53 centres located throughout Norfolk and they are placed at the heart of communities to enable parents and parents-to-be to get the help they need and provide the best possible start in life for their children.

They are free to join, most activities are free and, once you’ve registered, you can go along to any centre in Norfolk.

Where is my nearest Children’s Centre?

There are 53 Children’s Centres across Norfolk. You can find a list of all Children's Centres on the Norfolk Directory.

When you click on the link you can enter your postcode or location into the search function, to enable you to find your nearest Children’s Centre.

To join your local Children’s Centre, you can simply drop in during opening hours or give them a call.

What services do Children’s Centres offer?

The services Children’s Centres offer vary from centre to centre, but can include:

What’s on at my local Children’s Centre?

Once you have joined your local Children’s Centre you should receive a termly programme of free and low-cost activities.

You can also see what activities are running at other Children's Centres on the Norfolk Directory

Other sources of support for families

Families can also get support and information from the following organisations and sources: