St Werburghs Welcoming Space

St Werburghs Community Centre is an accessible, affordable, warm, safe and welcoming space.

Bristol’s network of Welcoming Spaces are open across the city. They are not only places for you to keep warm but are also there for you to socialise with others and access cost of living advice and support. Our Welcoming Space includes:

  • Open Access Computers and charging points seven days a week, 9am – 10pm
  • Foodshare service offering food and essential items to local families in need of support
  • Access to free and low-cost physical activities via Sport England, Wesport and Voscur
  • Cooking and gardening courses.
  • Art Club and Tai Chi for over 50s.
  • SEND family provision, including Stay & Play, Yoga for parents / carers and therapy via Murmuration Project
  • Easy PC digital support one-to-one sessions and group support
  • Festive Friends events for isolated older people which includes transport, food, entertainment and gifts
  • We signpost people to local support and services including mental health and homelessness support.
  • Visitors have access to Pay It Forward in the cafe
  • We distribute free phones with data for those in need via the Community Calling scheme
  • Our building is wheelchair accessible and our members offer a wide range of support activities from AA to Disability & Mental Health.

Find out more about Bristol’s Welcoming Spaces

You can find your nearest Welcoming Space here.

For further details about Welcoming Spaces across Bristol visit: or call the free We Are Bristol helpline: 0800 694 0184 between 8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (translators are available).

You can also visit the Citizen Service Point, located at 100 Temple Street, BS1 6AG, if you need help using the council’s services or need access to a computer.

We host a Cost of Living drop-in with Citizens Advice Bristol on Tuesdays from 6pm-9pm. Please check their Facebook page for any disruptions to this regular services before leaving home.

To find out more about the service they offer and other locations visit the Cost of Living page on Citizens Advice Bristol’s website.

Our Welcoming Space is support by Quartet Community Foundation and Bristol City Council.


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