Coronavirus update - services and opening times

From 25th March 2020 opening hours of all children’s centres will reduce to 9am-4pm.

We have suspended all group activities to focus our efforts on families in need. For help and advice contact your local children's centre. Parents of children on free school meals can collect a weekly £10 food voucher from their designated children's centre.

Belle Vale Children's Centre

We provide free weekly fun activities for parents, carers and their children and support and advice for families and expectant parents.

Register

If you've never used a children's centre before you'll need to register your details before accessing services.

You can complete your registration online or visit a centre.

Opening hours

Monday 09:00 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 17:00
Thursday 09:00 17:00
Friday 09:00 17:00

Information

  • Activity timetable

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

    View the Belle Vale timetable

  • 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 Belle Vale

    Hedgefield Road
    Belle Vale
    L25 2RW

    T: 0151 233 1705
    E: bellevalecc@liverpool.gov.uk

  • Early Help Directory

    A directory of services in Liverpool for children and families. Service providers are responsible for the information on this site and keeping the directory up to date.

    Early Help Directory

  • Local Offer

    Liverpool's local offer provides information for children and young people with special educational needs (SEND) their parents or carers - all in one place.

    Local Offer

  • Childcare Choices logo

    Childcare Choices

    Get help with childcare costs - whether you have toddlers or teens you could get support.

    Visit childcare choices

  • Eurpoean Social Fund logo

    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.