What is a Curbs Hub Community?

A Curbs Hub Community is the gathering together of children’s workers both paid and unpaid, from full time to once a month Sunday school worker. It is an opportunity to share our best practices, our frustrations, our joys and our training needs.

What we hope at Curbs is that we will hear not only your training needs but also what resources are needed and what areas of connection are there in our frustrations.

We will have some of our material available for you to look at and any opportunities in your area for training or working together.

If you would like to facilitate a Curbs Hub community or be part of a get together, then please get in touch and I will help to connect you up with others in your area.

Sara Barron

Sara Barron

CURBS development worker

Sara is the CURBS development worker, and joined us in January 2015. Sara’s main focus is the development and strategy around CURBS HUBS and Communities, so if you are running a HUB, are interested in setting one up local to you or just want to know more, then contact Sara. Sara has worked with children and families in a number of settings over a long period of time, and is also a Baptist Minister. Sara has lived on the Leigh Park estate on the outskirts of Portsmouth for the past 13 years with her husband and 4 children. If you want to get in contact with Sara, then feel free to email her using the form below or Phone: 07766020524

9 + 3 =

Calling anyone who works with children and families
in and around the Portsmouth and Southampton area.

Our next Solent Hub Community meeting

@ Harvester Port Solent

To be advised

Come meet with some new friends and old to look at
one of CURBS values and how that might impact our
ministry to Children and Families

Encourage and support one another,

eat breakfast and drink coffee


CURBS advocates strongly for an approach to children which starts in their world, values their spirituality and recognises their developmental needs.

We are so excited to announce that we will be running a 


coming this September for those working with children and families in the Isle of Wight.

Our first Wight Hub meetings

@ The Chequers Inn

To be advised

We are really excited to offer this opportunity to children’s workers on the Isle of Wight, in partnership with the Diocese of Portsmouth.

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