Children’s Centres provide a wide range of services for prospective parents, children and their families. We aim to improve the lives of children and their parents by bringing together early childhood services in the heart of the community.

On this page you can find links to all children's centre timetables. Timetables are available to view and print using the links below. Timetables maybe subject to change so please check with your local children’s centre for more information.

Chester and Rural

Blacon and Chester Victoria
Frodsham and Elton
Lache and Kingsway

Ellesmere Port and Neston

Portside and Parklands
Stanlaw Abbey and Neston

Winsford and Northwich

Over and Oak View
Victoria Road, Barnton and Leftwich

Below are some brief overviews of timetable activities.

We welcome you to attend the sessions for advice support and information regarding the health well-being and development of your baby/child.
We are also able to weigh and measure your baby/child and review their growth.


Read more at our Open Advice Page.

Are you looking for something fun to do with your child?

Our main centres run a weekly ‘Let’s Play’ session for all children aged 0-5.

Find out more on our Let's Play Page

Little Readers offer a fun and exciting opportunity for children to play and explore through a variety of seasonal themed sessions.

These sessions are held at link centres for children aged 0-5.

To find out more and to download a themes timetable visit our Little Readers page.

These groups are run by Early Years Workers and support your child’s development and you as a parent/carer to be your child’s first educator. The group gives opportunity to learn new skills and develop new knowledge in how you can support your child’s learning and development through daily interactions and play with your little one.

Breastfeeding support groups are great places to make new friends and share the ups and downs of looking after a new baby. Helping mothers to reach their breastfeeding goals.

For more information about our groups and further breastfeeding support, visit our Breastfeeding Support pages.

The local hospital midwifery team offer care throughout pregnancy and after your baby is born. Community midwives look after newly pregnant ladies and mums up to a month after baby is born.

Two year olds who live in Cheshire West and Cheshire may be eligible for 15 hours free childcare per week which adds up to 570 hours per year. You can check if you are eligible by visiting:

Find out more by visiting our Two Year Funding page.

The sensory rooms are equipped with soft play, offering a calming and soothing space for babies and toddlers alike to explore and interact with their environment through light and sound.

Read more about our Sensory Rooms. Please visit our Children's Centre page.

Do you want to know how you can help your child’s speech and language development?...

The drop-in sessions are for you to meet with the Speech and Language Team to share any concerns regarding your child’s speech and language development and gain advice on how best to support your child.

Our Incredible Years Parenting Programme uses coaching based theory to facilitate parents to learn from each other’s experiences and realise they are not alone with any possible parenting frustrations and ordifficulties.

The research-based parenting programme focuses on the behaviour’s children display and empowers parents to feel better prepared to
understand, cope and manage both current behaviours and those that may arise in the future.