Four Family Hubs to temporarily close in COVID-19 measure

Published Friday, 27 March 2020

Four of the city’s eight Family Hubs are to close temporarily from Monday March 30 as measures to slow the spread of Coronavirus increase.

The city’s four area social work offices will also close temporarily, though we would like to assure families our support is still available, the service remains the same, but we are minimising the number of buildings which staff are working from.

The four Area Teams closing are:

  • Central - 454 Foleshill Road, Foleshill, Coventry CV6 5LB
  • West - 82 Moseley Avenue, Coventry, CV6 1AB
  • South - 257 Stretton Avenue, Willenhall, Coventry, CV3 3HQ
  • East - Moathouse Leisure & Neighbourhood Centre, 1 Winston Avenue, Coventry, CV2 1EA (closed by landlord on Wednesday 25 March 2020)

Family Hubs were set up in the city’s communities to allow children, young people and their families to access support from the Council and its partners and efforts are continuing to make sure people can still access support.

The four hubs closing are:

  • South – Aspire – Gosford School - Humber Avenue, Coventry CV1 2SF
  • East – The Moat - Moat House Primary School, Deedmore Road, Coventry. CV2 1EQ
  • West – Pathway - Radford Primary School, Lawrence Saunders Road, Radford, Coventry CV6 1HD
  • Central – Families for All - 454 Foleshill Road, Foleshill, Coventry CV6 5LB

These hubs will remain open:

  • Central – Harmony- Clifton Street, Coventry, CV1 5GR
  • West – Mosaic – Jardine Crescent, Coventry, CV4 9PL
  • East – Park Edge – Roseberry Avenue, Coventry, CV2 1NE
  • South – Woodside – Upper Ride, Coventry, CV3 3 GL

Please be advised that reception points will not be resourced by staff, a poster will be displayed to signpost families to a telephone number to contact staff if you need to speak to someone. Staff in the hubs will be following social distancing rules and will be expecting visitor to do the same. Please only visit if it is absolutely necessary.

If you have a safeguarding concern for a child here is our advice on how to respond.

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