About Warm Spaces
With the cost of living crisis, some people are facing tough decisions, such as eating or heating their homes. A Warm Space is a place where people can go to avoid social isolation, help reduce their anxiety about the cost of living, take part in activities and/or receive practical support and advice.
Warm Spaces can provide people with a free hot drink and a biscuit, or even a meal, they should be a welcoming and comfortable environment where people feel at ease and can talk to others.
Warm Spaces can be held in community halls, libraries, churches, schools, local businesses and more.
For more information on Warm Spaces including some helpful resources and how to add your Warm Space to our directory, click here.