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Pill Library and Children's Centre

Pill Library and Children's Centre provides outreach services and a range of early learning, family support, health and information services for children under five and their families. 

Families with young children are welcome to the various groups, activities and drop-ins at the centre. Please follow the links at the bottom of the page for details of activities at the children's centre or take a look at our What's On leaflet. View our latest Ofsted report

We welcome breastfeeding in all areas of our centre. If you would prefer a private space please ask a member of staff. 

Please be aware that although services will continue to be provided at Pill Children's Centre, it will no longer be staffed. If you have an enquiry please contact any of the other 2 Children's Centres in North (Portishead / Nailsea & Backwell) during their opening hours. Contact details and opening hours for these Centres can be found on our What's On guide or on their individual pages on this website.

     

     

    Who to contact

    Contact Name
    Suzanne Thorne
    Contact Position
    Children's Centre Leader
    Telephone
    01275 884 001
    01275 884 002
    E-mail
    pilllibrary&children'scentre@n-somerset.gov.uk

    Where to go

    Address
    Crockerne House
    Underbanks
    Pill
    Bristol
    Postcode
    BS20 0AT

    Time / Date Details

    When is it on
    Please see current `What's On' or contact Portishead Children's Centre on 01275 884001

    Other details

    Related Links
    Speech & Language drop in clinics

    Local offer

    Description

    North Somerset Children Centres can offer help with early identification of children with special needs and disabilities and can signpost to inclusive services and support for their families.

    • Access to Speech and Language Therapists, Health Visitors and Community Family Support Workers.
    • Links with local Opportunity Group.
    Local Offer Age Bands
    Early Years
    SEN Provision Type
    Universal
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