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Family Hubs news and blogs

You can find the latest news about families and childcare from Peterborough Family Hubs below.

Contact the Family Hubs Team by email familyhubprogramme@peterborough.gov.uk to find out more about the services available to children and families.

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Spotting the signs of relationship conflict

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It’s usual to have disagreements in a relationship, but when they spill out into family life, they can be emotionally damaging to your children.

Help shape new service for families with babies

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We’re setting up a new NHS parent-infant relationship team in Peterborough to support parents/carers and babies, and we want to hear from you!

Marking Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week

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To mark Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, Family Hubs are launching a new campaign to highlight the often-invisible nature of maternal mental health conditions.

Previous blog posts

Read older blog posts from the Family Hubs team.

Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week - Zainab’s story

As part of Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, we wanted to share one mother’s experiences...read more

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Fifty free activity ideas for under-fives

Parents and carers in Peterborough have access to the free 50 Things Before you're Five app full of activities to do with your little one, designed to boost language and movement skills...read more

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Chat, Play, Read - Everyday ways you’re already boosting your little one’s language skills

Most activities you already do with your child around the home or out and about are fantastic for developing talking and listening skills... read more

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Fantastic first Family Hubs conference

Over 160 representatives from charities, schools, NHS services and other partner organisations gathered at Kingsgate Conference Centre to celebrate the achievements of Family Hubs in Peterborough so far and look ahead to the future of the programme... read more

Children and families - baby playing on floor