Warm Spots

A Warm Spot offers a warm, welcoming space for people to visit this winter if they need it. They are run by a range of different organisations including churches, village halls, local councils and libraries.

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All Warm Spots have their own opening days and times and the services available vary. You can find details of Warm Spots near you by:

  • searching the map
  • typing in what you're looking for into the search box
  • selecting the day of the week you want 
  • using the links listed below the map

Register your own Warm Spot 

St James Church

Hot drinks and snacks. Pop along for a natter or to read or knit. All ages welcome.

St Mark’s Church

Café, clothes bank. Monday - knit and natter; Tuesday – Pool, table tennis , colouring and crafts; Wednesday – pool, table tennis and table top games; Thursday - dominoes and cards

St. George's Church

Community-based Cafe environment Hot drinks, together with soup, sandwiches, cake and fruit.

St. John’s Church, Cowgill

Warm Winter Welcome Every Friday from midday, St. John’s Church, Cowgill ​​​​​​​ Come along for soup and a chat. For more information contact Heather on 07579 810570

St. Thomas' Community Connections

Church Lounge environment including settees and comfortable chairs. Welcome team of volunteers Warm or cold drinks Help yourself biscuits / cakes Board games toddler toys newspapers social chat.

Staveley with Ings Together

An opportunity to chat, information about our village and what is going on, friendly people, magazines and games. Tea/coffee and biscuits, Soup and Roll from 12.30. pudding or tray bake.

The King's Head Hotel

A quiet and safe space always. Coffee and papers/ magazines always free. Supportive and caring staff.