Netherton Family Wellbeing Centre

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We offer so much at Sefton Council, whether at one of our Family Wellbeing Centres, libraries or leisure centres.

Family is the most important influence on a child's life, from the moment they are born until they reach adulthood and beyond.  

Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier. 

When there, parents and carers can expect extra help, advice and guidance to help them build confidence and resilience to deal with things that family life throws at them, from the challenge of first becoming a parent to deciding what to do when they leave school and much more besides. 

Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with:

  • Parenting - parents to be, new parents, behaviour, speech and language
  • Health - midwifery, health visitors, mental health, healthy eating, sexual health  
  • Employment - including training and apprenticeships
  • Education - early learning, attendance, further education, achievements 
  • Leisure - social opportunities, events, clubs, activities 
  • Relationships - counselling, loneliness, bereavement
  • Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing 
  • Advice and guidance, including with behaviour, communication and sleep, to children and families where there is a disabled child

Click here to find out what's on at the centre:

Keep in touch by visiting and search @SeftonFamilyWellbeing for latest information from the Family Wellbeing Centres.

Please contact the Family Wellbeing Centre to check disabled access before visiting the centre.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Michelle Gillespie
Contact Position
Senior Early Help Worker
0151 282 1405 0151 282 1405

Where to go

Magdalen Square
L30 5QH
View L30 5QH on a map Get directions to L30 5QH

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Thursday 9.00am - 5.00pm; Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm

Other Details


Age Ranges
From 0 years to 19 years

Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
0-4 Years Old
5-10 Years Old
11-15 Years Old
16-19 Years Old

Last Updated

Last updated: 06/07/2020


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