Lyme Regis Childrens Centre
Children's Centres aim to give all children the best possible start in life and enable parents to support their child and family. They act as a central point where families can access information and a range of services.
What we do
Find additional information on safeguarding children, how we assess children who need extra support and how you can volunteer at the centre on our essential information for all children's centres page
We believe that every child and family matters and we strive to give every child the best start in life. The child is at the centre of everything we do. We provide a happy, caring and welcoming environment where the whole family is supported. We value children's contributions and recognise that we have as much to learn from them as they do from us.
We run a range of activities for families which you can find listed in our Lyme Regis and Beaminster Children's Centre activities programme (pdf, 109kb) (opens in a new window) . We also work closely with Midwives, Health Visitors, Social Care, Local Schools, Preschools, Toddler Groups and many other organisations and support services.
All our latest news can be found in the Beaminster and Lyme Regis Children's Centre Newsletter (pdf, 939kb) (opens in a new window) .
Location and area covered
We cover the areas of Lyme Regis, Charmouth and the Marshwood Vale. Our small purpose built centre is right next to St Michael's primary school. Some of our activities are run at Bridport children's centre.
We have access to a shared minibus that we may be able to use for people that have transport difficulties.
There is no designated parking at our centre. You may be able to find a space on the road where you can park for one hour. There are some roads nearby that do not have any restrictions. Alternately there is a car park at Woodmead Halls, which is about a five minute walk away.
You can view the latest Lyme Regis and Beaminster Children's Centre Ofsted Inspection report (opens in a new window) that took place on 28 November 2012.