Together with Families

Together with Families is a part of our children’s centre and family centre teams. Each area's work is different but is always connected to church, faith or community groups.

Our Together with Families workers are part of Spurgeons children's and family centres’ teams.

Their work is different in each area but is always connected to church, faith or community groups who serve and care about children and families in their local area.

Support and services for families

  • Stay and play/toddler groups - learning through play, stories, singing and socialising, building confidence and friendships
  • New Parent/New Baby - our new parent groups are weekly sessions to meet other parents and to find out more about your baby's early stages of development

  • Baby play - time and space for parents and babies to play, learn and be together

  • Baby massage - up to four sessions to start parents off in this tried and trusted way to bond with baby

  • Family and community events - cooking and eating together, neighbourhood trails, outdoor activities and fun

  • Baby bundles* - a 'bundle' of baby clothes and essentials for those with new-born babies *only available in Wiltshire 

Parenting and support for families

These regular groups and activities connect families with each other to provide practical, emotional and social support for both parents and children. We can also provide support for families with links to more specialist services through our children's and family centres colleagues and community networks.   


We support churches to develop their existing groups or get new things off the ground and can provide guidance for group leaders and training for volunteers. 

Thank you for all your help, guidance and support with the introduction of Toddlers at The Tin…we appreciated all that you did to help during a very difficult time for anyone involved in groups of this kind. It now provides an invaluable resource to the local community.

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Contact us

Spurgeons Together with Families workers have a flexible approach based on what's available or needed, supporting local faith and community organisations to plan and start new activities but also helping group leaders and volunteers develop or refresh what they’re already offering. There are lots of different ways to work together, so please just get in touch: 



East Birmingham: Ria Evans 


West & East Wiltshire: Ruth Brooks-Martin  


South Wiltshire: Tamsin Vallance 


Services for families

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