North West London Branch

Welcome to the North West London Branch page!

We are an affiliate branch of the UK's leading shared parenting charity, Families Need Fathers.

We provide help, advice and support for those that are dealing with children's matters before, during and after relationship breakdown. All are welcome - be they mothers, fathers or grandparents.

There is no cost for attending our meetings although we encourage everyone to buy a drink and spend some money at the bar and if possible make a small donation to FNF. We also request visitors to consider becoming members of FNF to help our organisation to keep going in especially difficult times for all.

Upcoming Meetings & Events

Saturday 10:30 am - 12: 30 pm.

Please note that during the health crisis all meetings are held through Zoom. New attendees need to provide David with their full name, email address and mobile phone number. This can be done by email, text or Whatsapp (07792 185789).

09 Dec 2023;
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Harrow Branch Meetings
16 Dec 2023;
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Harrow Branch Meetings
23 Dec 2023;
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Harrow Branch Meetings
30 Dec 2023;
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Harrow Branch Meetings
06 Jan 2024;
10:30AM - 12:30PM
Harrow Branch Meetings


Meeting Location

This branch's meetings are online. Please check with the branch beforehand that the meeting is taking place and how to join


If you have any queries, please contact Bahi on 07825 614 477 or David on 07792 185 789. Alternatively, email


All matters are discussed in complete confidence under the Chatham House Rule.


The format of the evening once introductions have been made is to first allow newcomers to explain their circumstances and invite opinions/advice from those present who can maybe apply their own experiences and opinions.


Newcomers are not obliged to speak and are welcome to observe – we like to provide a relaxed, pressure free forum for discussion. We then throw open the floor for others to discuss their own ongoing situations be they asking for advice or announcing progress or good news.

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