The Hub

The Hub offers a safe and  non-judgmental space for families that are living in temporary or inappropriate accommodation.

Where is it based?
The Hub is based at the St. Leonard's Children Centre on Clyde Rd, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

The Hub offers after school sessions with fun activities as well as the use of a kitchen and laundry facilities. There is indoor and outside space for play and recreational activities.

Support for childrens homework and assistance for adults with form filling can be provided.

Outings and lunch clubs also available throughout the year.

The Hub works in partnership with other agencies, providing a range of services across the week.

Volunteering in the Hub
Volunteers have opportunities to help with Hub sessions 
Click here to find out how to volunteer at the Hub

Contact and Referral Information
To refer someone to The Hub please contact Michelle Sterrick.
Phone: 01424 423683 Extn. 2011
Work mobile: 07923 236746

For more information on The Hub, please click here for the flyer.



"I feel more open in front of other people now"
"I'm less stressed, more confident"
"I feel good about myself - I am amazing"
"I found people that have experienced the same, it's good to talk to them"
"I've learnt little things that I can do"
"It's helped me talk to people and to make friends"

- My Time Now young people's comments

"Volunteering at the Health and Wellbeing drop ins I have supported attendees with engaging into activities, not only at FSN but in the local community. It’s great to have access to all the activities and information not only for our service users but also for myself. I really enjoy supporting the community and being part of the hub team!
“I have come along and attended various courses at FSN but also attended the computer and Health and Wellbeing drop ins. Coming here as made me in such a better place, everyone is so supportive! I feel so much more confident, I have found myself again. I love it here!"

- Health and Wellbeing Hubs

"I started to volunteer with FSN in the Health and Wellbeing Hub in July 2018. In September I started a Level 3 course at FSN through another of their projects and I am also looking into doing a degree in psychology next year. Once I complete the degree I hope to start a new career path and help others and work towards removing the barriers to mental health. The course started me on this new path and changed my life!"

- Wellbeing Hubs volunteer

"Everyone was kind and never judged everyone"
"Sometimes I find it hard to control my feelings, actions, but I understand this now"
"It was fun and creative"
"I have got more friends now since starting the group"
"I learned that you should share your feelings"

- My Time Too children's comments

I do feel that safeguarding and wellbeing of the children is fully prioritised and staff go to great lengths to support families and children. The Nursery demonstrates empathy and works hard to ensure fairness for families/children here. Really stands out as 'safe space' for children.

- Health Visitor - St. Nick's Nursery