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Bishops Lydeard Children's Centre

 

Bishops Lydeard Children's Centre is now part of getset Services. 

getset Services (incorporating Children’s Centres) now work with children, young people and their families from 0 to19 years and up to 25 years where the young person has a special educational need.  We provide services, early help and support where it is needed. Groups, sessions and other activities, including 1 to1 family support are run at or from the centres. You can find details of all of these in the getset Service programme or by contacting the centre.

getset Services work closely with other agencies and professionals and in some cases groups and sessions are run with other organisations. getset and their partners can offer support and advice on a wide range of things including: 

  • Setting routines
  • Parenting
  • Budgeting
  • Employment
  • Healthy eating
  • Managing behaviour
  • Problems at school
  • Domestic violence
  • Child development
  • Coping with teenagers
  • Support with emotional problems for adults and young people
  • Building relationships
  • Help with housing
  • Volunteering
  • Children and young people who have additional needs  

And much more.

Parking

There is limited parking which is directly in front of the building within the village hall car park.

Accessibility

The centre is accessible to all. It has one main family room that leads to a small outside play area. There are also two smaller rooms, one of which is used by the local Health Visitor. The second is set up as a sensory room that can be booked by families and the wider community.

Contacts

Address: Bishops Lydeard Children's Centre, Mount Street, Bishops Lydeard TA4 3LH 
Phone: 01643 700030   
Email: getset-westsomerset&taunton@somerset.gov.uk

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Part of getset West Somerset and Taunton Deane West
Phone
: 01643 700030
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5pm, Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm

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