Health and Wellbeing Community Hubs

As part of the commitment to supporting local people and with funding from NHS Sussex Integrated Care Board, FSN offers activity and volunteer opportunities in St Leonards and Hollington through the Health and Well Being Community Hubs at the St Nicholas and Robsack Centres.

Activities on offer are linked to the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, and include:
  • Weekly drop in and chat sessions
  • Peer support groups for children and young people
Be Active
  • Dance classes
  • Martial arts
  • Exercise classes
Keep Learning
  • Family Learning including cookery, story sacks, language and play, number and play, early years transition
  • Community Learning including art and craft for wellbeing, personal development courses, cookery
  • Accredited courses including childcare, teaching assistant course, employability skills, cookery
  • Support to plan for a healthier lifestyle
Give to Others
  • A range of volunteering opportunities across the organisation including adult learning support, early years, children and young people peer support groups
  • Volunteer led activities including IT, craft and mindfulness
Take Notice
All activity supports people to be in the moment and enjoy what is going on around them with opportunities to share experiences and learn from each other.


To find out more about courses available at the Hubs, please see Training/Courses or contact Theresa tel: 01424 423683 ext 2008 email:

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It's made a big difference. My confidence and self-esteem have improved. I've made lots of friends - especially with other volunteers. (Taken from the 2022 volunteer survey)

- FSN Volunteer

The girls had a lovely time and were able to try a variety of activities.

- FSN Family Fun Day Attendee

It has brought me out of my shell. It has made me feel really valued as a person and part of a team. I'm more fulfilled in life.

- FSN Volunteer

Babies have freedom to play and explore. The sessions get us out and about.

- PACT Parent Voice

We love to play outside. Also painting and playing in the play kitchen. The sessions have helped my child come out of their shell.

- PACT Parent Voice