Welcome and Warm Spaces
"Welcome and Warm" spaces are initiatives set up to create places within the local community where people can come together, socialise, stay warm and in some cases have hot refreshments.
Alongside council venues, many of our valued Community Partners are also offering welcome and warm spaces as well as other services and support in local venues across the borough.
All venues in the table below are free to attend unless otherwise stated. Some may ask for a small voluntary donations.
|Richard Herrod Centre||Foxhill Road, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 1RL||Mon-Sun 8:15am -9pm||Daily newspapers, Wi-Fi and TV screens available. Tea and coffee available to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bethesda Community Hall (Netherfield)||Forester Street, Netherfield, NG4 2LJ||Tues 10am-2pm||Wi-Fi, plenty of space for organised activities and email@example.com|
|Bonington Club||High Street, Arnold, NG5 7DN||Tues 12noon - 3pm||Parkinsons Support Groupfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Netherfield Forum||St George's Centre, 91 Victoria Road, Netherfield , NG4 2NN||
Mon - Fri
|Wi-Fi available and a range of
|St Mark's Church, Woodthorpe||De Vere Gardens, Woodthorpe, NG5 4PH||Mon 10am-12pm||0115 926 7859|
|Daybrook Baptist Church - "Kettles on!"||14 Mansfield Road, Daybrook Square NG5 6AA||Weds 10.30am-12.30||knitting/sewing, art, games,
magazines. Wi-Fi available if
assistance needed to
|Carlton Community Hub||Main street Methodist church, on the corner of Carlton Hill and Cromwell street, NG4 1EE||Tues/Fri 12pm-2.45pm, Sat 11am-1pm||0303 040 1110|
|Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Community Centre||91 Carlton Hill, NG4 1FP||
Thurs 1:30pm -3pm
The church is also open all day, every
|Fully accessible, Wi-Fi, activities include bingo, cards games, dominos, newspapers and magazines, other social activities||
|Newstead Centre Courtyard Café||Tilford Road, Newstead Village, Nottinghamshire. NG15 0BS||Mon - Fri 9am-2pm||The Newstead Centre is a Community Centre which supports the community offering classes and activities in the Centre. We do have second hand books in the Café to purchase at only 50p and offer magazines to read for free.||
01623 720 140
|The Salvation Army||99 High Street, Arnold, NG5 7DQ||Mon - Thurs 9.30am-12pm||A friendly chat is always
(0115) 920 8800
|Phoenix Farm Methodist Church||6A Wollaton Avenue, Gedling, NG4 4HY||Mon 11am-2pm||Dominoes, Jigsaws, Colouring in, knitting, Scrabble, a repair shop and lots of chat||07916 625928|
|Arnold Methodist Church||54 Front Street Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 7EL||Friday 11am-2pm - Mental Health Befriending and Support Group||0115 926 6828|
|Carlton Baptist Church Community Kitchen||108 Station Road, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 3DA||Mon 12.30pm - 2.30pm||opportunities to socialise with others.||0115 6703307
|Gedling Children's Centres||Arnbrook, Netherfield, Killisick and Calverton||Various Mon - Fri||The Children’s Centres offer a range of free sessions for parents and children under 5 years.||Arnbrook 0115 977 3752 or Netherfield 0115 977 3751 (8.30-16.30) Or email CC.email@example.com|
|Calverton Young People's Centre (year 7 to 13)||Flatts Lane, Calverton, Nottingham, NG14 6JZ||Tuesday - 6.00pm - 8.15pm
Wednesday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm
Thursday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm
Friday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm
|50p per session. Wi-Fi, plus a variety of activities available for young people from year 7 -firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Redhill Young People's Centre (year 6 to 13)||Redhill Road, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 8GX||Monday - 6.15pm - 8.30pm (junior group, years 6 to 8)
Tuesday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm (years 7 to 13)
Wednesday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm (years 9+)
Friday - 6.30pm - 8.45pm (years 9+)
|50p per session. Wi-Fi, plus a variety of activities available for young people from year 7 -email@example.com|
|The Core Centre Charity Hub||Based at The Calverton working Men’s Club, Collyer Road, Calverton, NG14 6JX||Mon - Thurs 9am-3:45pm||Ample Free Parking/Full
Wi-Fi and access to Public
and Board Games
0115 8470551 or 07305 109358
|Men in Sheds Carlton||Back of St. Paul’s Church, 5 Church Street, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 1BJ||Tuesday and Thursday morning 9am to 12 noon||Men in Sheds Carlton supports older men who want to get together, share and learn new skills - all in the welcoming space of a Shed.||
|Men in Sheds Daybrook Age UK||The Stores Building, The Stores Building, Nottingham Road, Daybrook, Nottingham, NG5 6LU||
Mon - Thurs, 9.00am – 3:30pm (One morning session 9.00am – 12pm / 12.30 – 3.30pm)
Thursdays are a mixed session for women and men over 50.
|£3 per session. Men in Sheds supports older men in search of a hobby and those who want to socialise, share and learn new skills all in the welcoming setting of a workshop.
Equipment and tools are provided and volunteers are there for support. Members take part in the day-to-day running of the shed and decide on activities they want to follow including woodworking, skills sharing and socialising.
0115 920 8771
|St Mary's Church and Family Centre||Church Lane , Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 6HJ||Community Kitchen: Every Saturday 12:15pm to 13.30pm. Seniors Tea: First Saturday in every month 14:30pm-16:30pm. Community Cinema: Third Tuesday of every month 7:30pm||
Community Kitchen: A warm welcome and friendly chat is always available .
Seniors Tea: Games, Quizzes, and Sing Along. Community Cinema: Different film each month, chance to meet new people and watch a good old movie with friends
Community Kitchen: 0115 9209153.
Seniors Tea: 07957941947
|Age Concern Carlton & District Tearoom||Inside the charity shop at 352-356 Carlton Hill, Carlton, Nottm, NG4 1JB||Monday to Saturday 9am – 2:30pm||Newspapers available. Opportunity to meet with others in a welcoming environment.|
|The Ark Advice Centre||12 Wollaton Avenue, Gedling, Nottingham, NG4 4HX||Monday – Friday 10am – 3pm||Wi-Fi, computers, games and company.||0115 859 9556 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|St Wilfrid's Church Calverton||Main Street, Calverton, Nottingham, NG14 6FG||Tuesday 9:15am - 10:30am (term time only)
Parent and toddler.
Tuesday 2-3:30pm Tea and Chat
Church services take place Thursday 9-12pm (private prayer) and Sunday 9am and 10:30am and evening prayer 6pm 1st and 2nd Sunday of the month
|Tuesday - Parent and Toddler includes Tea and Toast.
Tuesday - Tea and Chat includes Tea, cake and biscuits
Refreshments also served on a Sunday between the morning services.
|Bestwood Miner's Welfare / Welfare Public House & Kitchen||Park Rd, Bestwood Village, Nottingham NG6 8TQ||Tuesday - Thursday 10am - 2pm||Newspapers, TV in all rooms, kids corner.|
|St Judes Church (WSM)||405 Woodborough Road, Mapperley,
Nottingham NG3 5HE
|Mon 9.30am - 12.00 noon||Free refreshments, free wi-fi, newspapers, books and activities.
Church administrator is also available Mon 11.15am-3pm, Weds 1pm-3pm and Thurs/Fri 11am-3pm
Amy Hanlon Church Office
|Gleaners Inn||Bonner Lane, Calverton, NG14 6FS||12pm-11pm Daily||
WiFi available £1 per session
Providing lite bites and hot affordable meals also tea and coffee
TV and sky sports available
Board games, pool, darts, dominoes and other games.
0115 808 4191
|St Albans Community Kitchen. (WSM)||Emmanuel Church Bestwood, 10 Church View Cl, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 9QP||Tues 3pm-6pm||
Small donations welcome for a three course sit down menue of soup, main, desert and refreshments. Takeaway option available.
Activities for adults and children also on offer
Revd Nikki Bates 0115 920 8879
|The King's Church||The King's Church, Shirley Drive, Arnold, NG5 7JX||
Thurs Community Cafe, open to all 10.30am-12pm.
Fri Carer and Toddler Group 9.30am-11.30am
Refreshments available at a small cost. Wi-Fi, activities and newspapers available.
|St James Church||Marshal Hill Drive, NG3 6FY||
Monday, Craft Club, 1.30pm till 3pm (refreshments included, donations accepted)
Tuesday, CONNECT, 3.30pm till 5pm (refreshments included, donations accepted)
Wednesday, Toddlers Group, 9am till 11am (refreshments included, suggested donation £2)
Thursday, Communion Service followed by Coffee Morning, 10am till 12pm (refreshments included, donations accepted)
Sunday, Worship Service followed by refreshments, 10.30am till 12.30pm (refreshments included, donations accepted)
|Calverton Baptist Church||103 Main Street, Calverton, Nottinghamshire, NG14 6FG||
Coffee Morning every Friday 10am -12pm
"Soup and suprise" every Friday 12pm-2pm
Refreshments including coffee, tea and biscuits.
No charge but voluntary contributions are accepted.
Other activities throughout the month as advertised in the Church.
|Arnold Library||161 Front Street, Arnold, NG5 7EE||
Monday to Friday 9am - 6pm. Saturday 9am - 4pm.
Knit and Natter Mon 2pm-3:30pm.
Reading Café Wed 10am-11:30am.
Rhyme Rattle and Roll Tues & Thurs (term time) 10:30am-11am.
Place of Welcome and Warm Space Fridays 10:30am-12pm.
Tea and Coffee available at a Warm Space and Places of Welcome session.
Staff and volunteers offer a friendly warm welcome, there is comfy seating and a range of resources to enjoy.
Free Wi-Fi, Wheelchair-friendly access (inside and outside), Photocopying, Newspapers & magazines, Fax machine, Audio/talking books, Computers, Books.
01623 677 200
|Arnold Methodist Church||54 Front St, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 7EL||
Food Club Mondays 1pm - 3pm.
Boys Brigade young, aged section Mondays 6:30pm - 7:30pm. Older aged section 7:30pm -8:45pm.
Open as a Warm Space Session on Tuesdays only. Coffee morning 10am - 12 noon.
Wednesdays Girls Brigade 6:30pm- 8pm.
Thursdays Toddler Play Church 10am - 11.30am.
|Also offers tea, coffee and biscuits. Small cost for refreshments.||
Church admin: 0115 926 6828
Food Club contact: 07495785347
|The Good Shepherd Church||3 Thackeray's Lane, Woodthorpe, Nottingham, NG5 4HT||
Tea and Coffee morning every Tuesday 9:45am - 11am
Warm Space every Friday 12noon - 2:45pm.
Lunch Club every Friday 1pm- 2:30pm.
|Small donations accepted.||
Church Admin 0115 926 8288