Staying Warm This Winter
LRDT is putting in place special measures to help people stay warm this winter.
We’ll be keeping the Hub Café on Church Street open for
much longer as a Warm Café from November 1st 2022.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
The Hub, Church Street, DT7 3BS
The Hub's Warm Cafe will run on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons. We’ll be providing local people with hot drinks and biscuits in a warm and welcoming environment. Our café has Wi-Fi and we’ll be playing Lyme Bay Radio in the background. People will be able to chat with friends, play board games or just read.
How you can help?
We are on the lookout for more volunteers to help operate the Warm Café. You’ll need to enjoy people and chatting. Volunteers will refill the hot water flasks, clear up spillages, but most importantly, you’ll be a welcoming face. You won’t need to handle money or use a card machine. Volunteers will work in teams of two, and there will always be staff and other volunteers in the building. By volunteering you’ll be making a significant contribution to the health of your neighbours this winter.
Adult Art Club
From the 1st of February, we are holding an 8 week Art Club! Wednesdays 1:30 - 3:30 The Cafe, The Hub, Church Street, Lyme Regis DT7 3BS
In conjunction with the Warm Cafe, local community art practitioner, Sam Fowler, (who also run our children's Art Club) is running a fantastic new Adult Art Club. The session will be a safe space for adults to take part in art and craft for creative flow and wellbeing.
No artistic experience is necessary and attendance is free. Drop in session, no booking required. If you would like more information, then please get in touch on 01297 445 021 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org