Children and Young People’s Task Group

As from today I have taken over as the Chairman of The Children and Young People’s Task Group, I would like to thank Sophie who has stood down after chairing the group for the past five years.

The Broxtowe Borough Partnership would like to see local children and young people be aspirational, achieve their potential and be respected for participating in their community. The Children and Young People’s Task Group brings together statutory and community organisations that work with or provide services for children, young people and families.

Broxtowe Borough Partnership is the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) for the borough of Broxtowe.

The Partnership is built in the spirit of co-operation, with members who are committed to working together towards the same objectives.  This means that it is an organisation that brings together people from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors so that they can work together to improve the quality of life for all who live, work and play in Broxtowe.

By working together, the Partnership members believe:

  • We can improve the quality of life for everybody in Broxtowe
  • We can reduce the inequalities that exist locally and create a more inclusive borough
  • Services can work better and more efficiently and be delivered in ways which better meet local demand

Advice on keeping your family healthy and happy and giving them the best start in life.


Change4Life is here to help your family be healthier and happier by eating well and moving more. Change4Life aims to ensure parents have the essential support and tools they need to make healthier choices for their families. (Opens in a new window)

Start 4 Life

Trusted NHS help and advice during pregnancy, birth and parenthood. (Opens in a new window)

Baby Buddy App

A free, award winning interactive pregnancy and parenting guide. (Opens in a new window)

Children’s Centre Service

Nottinghamshire’s Children’s Centre Service provides a range of services for parents to be and families with children under five years old. (Opens in a new window)

Every Mind Matters

Every Mind Matters have a special section on mental health and children. (Opens in a new window)

Broxtowe Children’s Centres (Formerly SureStart)

One to One family support and  parents health and wellbeing group. You can contact the Chilwell centre on 0115 977 3743 or the Eastwood centre on 0115 977 3742.

Broxtowe Women’s Project

Broxtowe Women’s project offers a range of services for women and children affected by Domestic Abuse. The project aims to increase awareness of Domestic Abuse alongside offering outreach support to women and their families experiencing Domestic Abuse within Broxtowe Borough. Children and young people can also access outreach support and creative arts therapies. (Opens in a New Window)

Broxtowe Youth Homelessness

Advice, support and signposting homeless young people (16-25) or those threatened with homelessness.

You can contact them by calling 0115 938 6760 or email them at

Broxtowe Active Schools

The Broxtowe Active Schools Network operates across forty schools and the wider community in Broxtowe. Working with young people to enhance health and wellbeing.

You can contact them by calling 07476 762 732 or email

Carers Federation – Young Carers Transitions Project

Providing a safe and confidential space to discuss concerns and worries that young carers identify as important to them and setting realistic and achievable goals as well as the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.

For more information call 0115 962 9335 or email

Change, Grow, Live

One to one support for young people with substance issues as well as targeted group work, drop-in and professional training.

You can call them on 01623 703373 or email

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAHMS)

Provides support for children and young people who may be experiencing severe or complex mental health problems and neuro-developmental disorders.

You can contact the team on 0115 8542 299 or email

Disability Support Team

Youth clubs for young disabled people aged 13-24 years of age. For more information contact Carol Greaves on 0794 927 0038 or

Early Help Unit ( Nottinghamshire County Council)

Services offered by Targeted Support or Early Years and Early Intervention service and information and advice for children, young people, families and professionals on early help services. 

Call them on 01623 433 500 or email

Health Watch Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Encouraging young people to share their experiences of using health and social care services and enabling young people to have their voice heard so that services can be improved.

To find out more call 0115 9565 313 or email

Juno Women’s Aid

A free confidential and independent charity working with women and their children who have been affected by Domestic Abuse.

You can email them at, call the referral line on 0115 947 6490, call the office on 0115 947 5257 or call their 24 hours freephone helpline on 0808 800 0340.

Nottinghamshire County Council – The Family Service

The family service is part of Nottinghamshire County Council and is made up of professionals from the Council, health and other agencies. The purpose is to help families with children under 18 years of age who are having difficulties to make positive progress.

You can call them on 01623 433 500 or email

Small Steps Nottinghamshire (NHS)

Part of the Healthy Families programme they provide support to families of children with concerning behaviour, for example ADHD and ASD.

You can call them on 01623 627 152 or 07966 528 940.

Breakaway and Breakaway Futures

Breakaway is a participatory arts project for young people with learning disabilities aged 14-25.

Breakaway Futures is an employability course for anyone aged 16 plus and is unemployed.

If you are interested in any of the programmes contact Siobhan on 0740 024 2017.

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