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Lifecraft is a user-led organisation for adults who have experience of mental health difficulties. It offers a wide range of free mental health services & activities to support members in their wellbeing and recovery in Cambridge and in Fulbourn.

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:

More information

Lifecraft hosts a Mental Health Drop-In in The Resource Centre at CPFT’s Fulbourn Hospital every Monday between 1.30-4pm. Drop-in and find out about how Lifecraft can support you with your mental health. There’s tea, coffee, biscuits, board games and the opportunity to chat with people who understand. There’s also an Art Group that meets in the same location – find out more on this link.

If you can get to Cambridge, 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 also runs activities in Ely – find out more here.

Visit the website for more info about activities.

All activities and services are free but you need to become a Lifecraft member. 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.

For more information on becoming a member, click here.

Lifecraft also offer a free, confidential and anonymous helpline if you need to chat to someone. Find out more here.

How to contact

Where to go

Available throughout South Cambridgeshire District

The Bath House
Gwydir Street

The Resource Centre
Fulbourn Hospital (CPFT)
CB21 3EF

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