Child Contact Centres

Are you a separated parent?

Are you finding it hard to sort contact arrangements out?

A Child Contact Centre may be able to help.

Child Contact Centres are safe, friendly and neutral places where children of separated families can spend time with a parent, and sometimes other family members. They are child-centred environments that put the needs of the children first.

What is it like at a Child Contact Centre?

The most important people in the Child Contact Centre are you and the children. We aim to create a warm, sociable atmosphere where you and your children can relax and enjoy yourselves. The centre has toys, games and books for children of all ages and is run by trained staff/volunteers. They are impartial and do not take sides.

If you can’t or don’t want to see your ex-partner, you don’t have to.

How are visits arranged?

Many centres accept referrals from parents themselves but if you prefer, your solicitor, family mediator and others can make the referral for you.

Please contact your local centre or look on for more information.

Thousands of families use child contact centres every year.


“I’ve spent many months going through the courts and have spent a fortune but you gave me time with my kids”

“The staff are very friendly and always willing to help. I was nervous to begin with and they made us feel less nervous”

“The centre has helped my son and his dad bond and reconnect”


Trinity Child Contact Centre

Address: Barkingside, Ilford, IG6 2BX.

To contact us email: or 0743 465 6881


National Association of Child Contact Centres (NACCC)
Tel: 0115 9484557
Registered Charity No: 1078636

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