Bude and Stratton’s Open House Warm Space programme for the winter months is offered across three venues – Neetside Community Centre, Parkhouse Centre and The Tree Inn in Stratton.
The programme provides warm, friendly spaces for people to get together with others this winter.
Info from the Neetside Community Centre website says:
Bude and Stratton’s Open House Warm Space programme provides warm, friendly spaces for people to get together with others this winter. Brew a cuppa, get stuck into a puzzle or craft activity, pick up some top energy saving tips, or just have a chat.
The project is supported by Neetside Community Centre and Bude-Stratton Town Council and has been running since November 2022.
There are three Open House Warm Space venues running in this programme. The session times are below.
Open House Warm Space Sessions
- Parkhouse Centre – Monday & Friday (10am – 4pm), now including ‘Hot Soup Fridays’ between 12.30pm – 2.30pm
- Neetside Community Centre – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (10am – 3pm), including Toy Library sessions on Tuesday morning, Craft sessions on Tuesday afternoons, and Advice sessions on Thursday afternoons.
- The Tree Inn, Stratton – Thursday & Friday (10am – 4pm), now including ‘Hot Soup Fridays’ between 12.30pm – 2.30pm, and Saturday morning activity sessions (10am – 1pm).
Additionally, the Bude-Stratton Branch of the Royal British Legion also opens its doors on Wednesdays (10am – 4pm) at 5, Burn View in Bude.
For further information about the Open House Warm Space programme please contact Project Co-Ordinator Vika Bundy, based at Neetside Community Centre, on 07308 266874, 01288 353403 or email@example.com.