Footprints Charity Announces Exciting Relocation To New Site In Clifton

Footprints is incredibly excited to announce they will be moving to a brand new home!

The Nottingham based charity who transform the lives of children and families living with disabilities across the East Midlands, will be moving from their current centre in Sneinton, to their new home in Clifton. This will become the brand-new Footprints Centre, home of Footprints Conductive Education and Community Hub (formally Highbank Community Centre on Farnborough Road in Clifton).

The new location will be Footprints own site and brings exciting opportunities, with better facilities for all of the families and children they support, organisations they work with and the local community.

The new Footprints Centre plans to have three session rooms, a wellbeing coffee bar for families to use and the community, as well as new facilities including a sensory room, function space and outdoor education areas.

Footprints has been working hard behind the scenes for a number of years, as finding a home for their charity is one of their key priorities, and they’re absolutely delighted to have found this in Clifton.

Stephen Frew, Footprints’ Business and Charity Manager said:

“moving to our new centre in Clifton is an absolute game changer for Footprints. As a charity who supports children and families with mobility and communication difficulties, it’s crucial that we provide a space which is accessible and is suitable for all of our needs, now and in the future. And we’re so pleased to have found this at Clifton!

At our brand-new Footprints Centre, we will be able to deliver a greater number of our transformative services and reach more families and children, with more flexible and purposeful session rooms and outdoor sensory areas. Our centre will also have a wellbeing coffee bar, not only for our families to use, but also for the community around us.

We can’t wait to join the incredibly supportive community in Clifton and get started on the exciting work to transform what was the Highbank Community Centre, into the Footprints Centre!”

The charity won’t be moving straight away as there is a little work to do to get the new site ready, and they will soon be recruiting for a Footprints team of volunteers to help them get the centre ready. You can contact them on to register your interest in this exciting transformation.

Posted on 25 June 2024

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