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Birmingham Warm Welcome Spaces

Warm Welcome spaces are vibrant local groups bringing people together and strengthens community ties.

Spaces are open to all, inclusive and non-judgemental. They provide free, safe, comfortable and welcoming places where people can come together to take part in activities, access services, get practical advice and support, as well as meet members of their community.

Warm Welcome is not just for winter, spaces are available to use and visit year-round.

The offer at each space will vary but may include:

  • information, support and guidance (for example on money and debt, energy saving and health and wellbeing)
  • opportunities to participate in activities and learn new things
  • free internet access, computers and charging points
  • a cup of tea or coffee or warm meal
  • a friendly environment to connect with others within the community

The Warm Welcome network is a partnership with local community, voluntary sector and faith organisations from across Birmingham. There are more than 200 Warm Welcome spaces across the city including libraries, community hubs, places of worship, leisure centres and cafes. You can find details of your local spaces below:

Find Warm Welcome Spaces in Birmingham


Page last updated: 31 May 2023

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