It’s named after an ex-service user who turned his life around after many years, and was an inspiration to those who knew him. He became an extremely valued mentor, but sadly passed away and the staff and mentor’s wanted to dedicate this safe and friendly space to him.
It’s a safe place to come on Monday’s, Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Friday’s and enjoy a nice warm cup of tea or coffee and piece of toast!
The Breakfast club is open to anyone, you can even bring family members with you, all we ask is that no-one comes whilst under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Tea, Coffee, Toast, Jam & a friendly chat
It gives you the opportunity to come, sit down and have chat with friends or with the experienced volunteers who have a great understanding of the service. We also have a duty recovery worker on site who you can speak to if you need to.
On Friday’s we also have a book club straight after the Read & Reflect Group, why not give us a try! It gives us a chance to reflect on a passage from a book or lyrics from a song and we have some really interesting conversations.