Bar Hill Coffee Stop

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Bar Hill Coffee Stop is a gathering place to meet other local residents over a cuppa, whilst providing a source of local information and support.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • places that strengthen communities help us feel connected to each other;
  • meeting people for a coffee and a chat can help with loneliness and social isolation;
  • you can find out about other local sources of support at the Coffee Stop – knowing how to access advice and services can relieve worries.

 

How to contact

Where to go

Bar Hill Coffee Stop
The Octagon
Bar Hill
Cambridge
CB23 8EH

Bar Hill Hub & Coffee Stop walk through from Tesco Bar Hill:

What to expect

No need to book, just turn up for coffee and a warm welcome from Kevin, Yvonne, Sue and the team who run Bar Hill Coffee Stop every Monday from 10am to 12 noon.

Whilst primarily a chance for Bar Hill residents to gather, meet, chat and support each other over a cuppa and delicious cakes, residents of local villages are also welcome.

More information

Bar Hill Coffee Stop is part of Bar Hill Hub – which provides an opportunity to find out about local services, book a free Citizens Advice session, attend Parish Council surgeries and collect from or donate to the Bar Hill Hub foodbank. The foodbank is self-referral (you don’t need a voucher), but speak to Kevin or Yvonne if you are facing financial challenges and need essentials to tide you over. You can find out about all the support and services on offer here.

On the first and third Monday of each month Bar Hill Hub offers a free health & wellbeing group, finishing off with a cuppa and homemade cakes in the Coffee Stop.

Whilst enjoying a coffee, you can also learn how to play 5AsideCHESS – a brilliant way to connect with others and learn a new skill.

Bar Hill Coffee Stop is held in The Octagon, which is part of the church but you don’t have to be a church-goer to attend the Coffee Stop or Bar Hill Hub. It is fully accessible with toilets, baby-changing facilities and a kitchen.

Refreshments are free.

Use of the foodbank is free.

Citizens Advice sessions are free (though you need to book in advance).

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