Everything you need to know about children's centre changes across Lancashire

The future of some children's centres will be decided at a later date
The future of some children's centres will be decided at a later date
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Lancashire County Council has announced some buildings will stop providing children and family wellbeing services.

The future of some other centres is yet to be decided.

READ MORE >>> Changes to children's centres announced - the background to the decision

Here is everything you need to know:

Sites confirmed to stop delivering children and family wellbeing services:

Chorley

Coppull Children’s Centre (0-11)

Hyndburn

Fairfield Children’s Centre (0-11)

Great Harwood Young People’s Centre (12-19+)

Lancaster

Appletree Children’s Centre (0-11)

Halton Library and Children’s Centre

Pendle

Earby Community Centre (12-19+)

Colne Young People’s Centre (12-19+)

Preston

Sunshine Children’s Centre (New Hall Lane Drop-in) (0-11)

Sharoe Green Library and Cherry Tree Children’s Centre (0-11)

West Lancashire

St John’s Children’s Centre, Skelmersdale (0-11)

Wyre

Rothwell Drive Neighbourhood Centre (0-11)

Fleetwood Children’s Centre (0-11)

Sites previously planned to cease children and family wellbeing services, but now subject to further consideration:

Burnley

The Chai Centre (0-11)

Whitegate Children’s Centre (0-11)

Pendle

Walton Lane Children’s Centre (0-11)

Preston

Ashton Young People’s Centre (12-19)

Ribble Valley

Ribblesdale Children’s Centre (0-11)

Willows Park Children’s Centre, Longridge (0-11)

Rossendale

Whitworth Children’s Centre (0-11)

Buildings previously intended to continue delivering children and family wellbeing services, but now subject to further consideration:

Burnley

Stoneyholme and Daneshouse Young People’s Centre (12-19+)

Padiham Young People’s Centre (12-19+)

Pendle

The Zone (12-19+)

Preston

Riverbank Children’s Centre (0-11)

Ribble Valley

The Zone (12-19+)

Longridge Young People’s Centre (12-19+

Rossendale

Whitworth Young People’s Centre (12-19+)