Norfolk and Waveney Mind is opening a drop-in service offering friendship and support in Heacham, West Norfolk this winter.
The Winter Safe Haven opens its doors on World Mental Health Day, Saturday 10th October, and will be open every Tuesday and Saturday until spring.
The service allows people to drop in without an appointment and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat, access services and support, and take part in activities while adhering to Covid-safe guidelines.
Sharon Pitt, Social Development Manager at Norfolk and Waveney Mind said: “This winter is likely to be more challenging than most for many people, due to worries about Covid-19 and restrictions on meeting friends and family.
“Whether people are feeling lonely, dealing with mental health issues, or just want to get out of the house and try something new, they’ll have a warm and safe welcome at the Winter Safe Haven.”
The drop-in is open from 10.30am to 2.30pm every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 Poplar Avenue, Heacham, King’s Lynn PE31 7EA.
There’s no need to book, although numbers are limited to ensure social distancing - if it’s full, visitors may be asked to wait or offered an appointment for another time.
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