Fazakerley and Croxteth Children's Centre

We deliver services across two sites in the Fazakerley and Croxteth area of Liverpool. We provide free weekly fun activities for parents, carers and their children and support and advice for families and expectant parents.

If you've never used a children's centre before you'll need to register your details before accessing services. You can do this at the centre or online.

Register online

Opening hours

Monday 08:00 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 18:00
Thursday 08:00 18:00
Friday 08:00 18:00

Information

  • Activity timetable

    Our activity timetable lists parent and toddler activities along with other access to services such as health clinics and courses.

  • Nursery provision

    Nursery provision is available at the Fazakerley site where we offer full and part time places. Contact the centre for availability and fee information.

  • Free early learning

    Did you know that children aged three and four are entitled to receive 15 hours of free early education a week?

  • Contact Fazakerley

    Barlows Lane
    Liverpool
    L9 9EH
    T: 0151 233 3705
    E: fazakerleycc@liverpool.gov.uk
  • Contact Croxteth

    Parkstile Lane (Our Lady & St Swithin Primary School)
    Liverpool
    L11 0BQ
    T: 0151 233 3705
    E: croxtethcc@liverpool.gov.uk
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    ESF funding

    This project is part of the Liverpool City Region ESF Ways to Work Programme and is part-funded by the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative.