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Lifecraft is a user-led organisation for adults in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough who have experience of mental health difficulties. It offers a wide range of free mental health services to help and support members in their wellbeing and recovery.
How to contact
Where to go
Available throughout South Cambridgeshire District
The Bath House
24 Barton Road
What to expect
Lifecraft believes people who have experienced mental health difficulties are best placed to help others in the same position. Therefore all of their services are user-led and are designed to promote recovery and empowerment. Find out more about the activities and services they offer by clicking the links below:
Lifecraft is based at The Bath House in Cambridge (on the corner of Gwydir Street and Mill Road, opposite St Barnabas Church.)
There is a bus stop a short walk away, and Cambridge train station is nearby. There is a short term pay and display car park directly behind The Bath House.
Lifecraft now also runs activities in Ely, at the Youth Hub, Centre E, 24 Barton Road. Visit their website for Timetables of activities running at the two venues.
All activities and services led by Lifecraft are free.
You need to become a member to access most of Lifecraft’s activities. Becoming a member is free, and open to adults living in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough who have lived experience of mental illness or mental health issues.
To find out more, chat to one of the Lifecraft staff by calling 01223 566957.