The Warm Welcome Campaign is the community response to the cost-of-living crisis. Everyone should have a warm and welcoming space to go to this winter, and
Warm Welcome Spaces can be community organisations, churches, faith groups, libraries, businesses and more. You do not already have to be attending any of these groups, and can go simply to access the warm space.
To find a Warm Welcome Space near you, you can visit their website and search using your postcode.
Whether you need warmth, food or friendship, never be afraid to ask for help.
To donate to the Warm Welcome Space campaign, visit www.stewardship.org.uk/partners/warmwelcome
For information on how to REGISTER a Warm Welcome Space, watch the video below or click the link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jPicNwwyTk&t=1s
All Cardiff Council Hubs are registered as Warm Welcome spaces, where you can go and enjoy a hot drink and even try out a new club or activity.
Hubs have people who can answer your questions and help you apply for what you are entitled to.
Powerhouse Hub Llanedeyrn is open
9am-5pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
9am-5:30pm on Saturdays.
For more information CALL: 02922 330 201
Mack Church in Roath is opening its doors 10am-3pm every Thursday
It’s a place to meet old and new friends, have a chat, share a drink and help each other get through this winter together.
Whether you’re at home with children, looking for a place to warm up or just want to meet some of your neighbours feel free to drop in.
61-63 Mackintosh Place
For more information CALL: 02920 484 567
They are also hosting a “Friends and Neighbours” group at 1:30pm on Thursdays.
For other “Friends and Neighbours” groups in the area visit:
Glenwood Church in Llanedeyrn is opening its doors 10am-2pm every Friday.
Bring a book, play a board game, grab a cuppa…
Glenwood Church Centre & Wellbeing Space
Circle Way West
For more information CALL: 02920 337 880