The Hub

Please click here to watch our video about The Hub

For families who are living in

· temporary

· insecure (e.g. who have received an eviction notice)

· inappropriate accommodation (e.g. overcrowded properties or properties in a state of disrepair)

The Hub offers a space to get support, talk through issues, enjoy games and activities and meet other families.

Where additional help or advice is required the Hub staff will assist with finding the appropriate organisation for support.

Open to families in Hastings, St Leonards on-Sea, Rother and Eastbourne.

The Hub aims to:

· Reduce feelings of anxiety

· Improve wellbeing

· Reduce isolation

· Build resilience

· Reduce the stigma associated with being without a home.

  Hastings Eastbourne
St Leonards Family Hub (Previously Children's Centre), Clyde Road, TN38 0QE.
Devonshire Family Hub (Previously Children's Centre), Seaside Road, BN22 7NB.
Term-Time Sessions Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri
Tues, Thurs
School Holiday sessions Day trips
Lunchtime session
Day trips
Session Times Term-time 3:30 to 6pm 3:30 to 6pm
Facilities Free to use washing machine and tumble dryer Free to use washing machine and tumble dryer
Free evening meal Free evening meal
Indoor and outdoor activity space Indoor activity space
  Beach activities (weather permitting)


What families say about The Hub

“Emotionally supportive and approachable staff”

“Good atmosphere, welcoming, feels like a community”

“Children really enjoy the art and craft activities and there is always something different to do”

Volunteering in The Hub

Volunteers have opportunities to help with The Hub sessions, interacting directly with the families to facilitate activities and enjoy working with the rest of The Hub team. Click here to find out how to volunteer at the Hub and the roles available.

Contact and Referral Information

For more information, please contact

TA Hub Manager Email: Phone: 01424 423683 Ext. 2010 Mobile: 07923 236743

Or complete a referral form and return to Email:




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

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

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

- FSN Family Fun Day Attendee

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

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

- PACT Parent Voice