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Gloucester Families Hub Relocates to Saintbridge Rugby Club for Expanded Accessibility

1 Feb 2024
Written by Amy Ely
United Kingdom
General News
Heart Heroes Gloucester Hub
Heart Heroes Gloucester Hub

In an exciting development for the Gloucester Family Hub, this year marks a new chapter as it finds its home at the Saintbridge Rugby Club. Following successful events at the venue in the past year, Heart Heroes has identified Saintbridge Rugby Club as an ideal location due to its perfect size for accommodating families. The layout allows for the placement of numerous toys and equipment, fostering an interactive environment for children while prioritising their safety.

Responding to feedback from families throughout 2023, the Gloucester Hub is adapting to better serve the community. Notably, the hub will now operate during weekends and school holidays, creating more opportunities for families to attend.

One heartwarming testimonial from a participating mother highlights the success of these changes. She expressed, "Me and Lola really enjoyed January's hub. It was on a Sunday, so many more of her friends could come. She loved that, and the room was a lovely size for lots of different activities. We love going to the hub. Thanks, Heart Heroes."

This responsive approach to feedback reflects Heart Heroes commitment to creating a welcoming and accommodating space for families. The Gloucester Family Hub aims to be a place where positive experiences flourish.

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