Long Eaton Child Contact Centre
The Long Eaton Child Contact Centre is a meeting place for children of separated families to safely enjoy contact with one or both parents and sometimes other family members. The group was set up in 1996 and is run by volunteers as an initiative of the LECF (Long Eaton Churches Fellowship) to generate more involvement in the community, especially with those often overlooked or unable to find help in this difficult social area.
The child referrals come to the centre via several routes, including self-referrals . We are not at the moment able to accept referrals from solicitors acting for the courts. These should be referred to the National Association of Child Contact Centres.
We open Saturday afternoons from 2pm to 4.30pm depending on demand and are able to accommodate up to seven families depending on the number of children. Pre-booking is mandatory.
We may have a waiting list depending on demand.