Community Hubs

About our Community Hubs

Based throughout North Lincolnshire, Community Hubs make it easier for residents to access information, advice and support and participate in activities to improve their health and wellbeing.

Open to everyone, the hub spaces are a central point in the community with support and activities for all; young and old.

The aim of the hubs is to:

  • improve health and wellbeing and outcomes for local people
  • develop skills and employability for residents, with a clear path to skilled jobs
  • create employment and volunteering opportunities
  • reduce social isolation by connecting residents to activities and services in the community
  • provide information, advice and guidance to local people based on individual need.

The offer in the hubs is built around the five steps to wellbeing. Easy-to-access programmes such as physical activity, social action, volunteering, health and wellbeing, employability and more are available. These activities enable people to maintain their independence, improve their health and wellbeing and develop a range of skills.

Community Hubs are located across North Lincolnshire within central and accessible locations in Scunthorpe, Brigg, Barton, Crowle, Epworth, Ashby & Riddings. Further information is available on the council website.

North Lincolnshire’s Family Hubs

The Family Hubs (formerly children’s centres) across North Lincolnshire provide a range of services for families, which can be found along with centre sessions on the North Lincolnshire Council website.

Helping families thrive, achieve and flourish

Our Family Hubs are here for everyone to enjoy. Offering advice, help and sessions to support families within North Lincolnshire. Our services are free of charge and activities are inclusive to all children, young people and parents/ guardians.

We provide a range of family support and activities from early years activities, family health, parenting, money matters, training, craft activities, messy play, baby yoga and baby massage, sensory play and story times.

Last modified: March 11, 2024