Serving the people of Stroud to create a thriving, sustainable community

Warm Spaces

Please find below contact details of local community spaces opening their doors to Stroud Town residents over the winter.

Stroud Town

The rising cost of living is impacting on many of us, and when times are hard it is more important than ever that peope come together to look out for one another.

Stroud Warm Spaces is a collective of community groups, churches, arts and culture spaces, and services who are opening their doors to welcome the community this winter.

At each warm space you will find phone charging points, free hot drinks, information about other cost of living support and a really warm welcome. Some spaces also offer hot meals, fun activities and all would welcome talking with those who want to get more involved.

To #donateyourrebate and help keep our warm spaces running you can gift via Stroud District Warm Spaces - Open Collective.

Warm Spaces Timetable





Stroud Library Warm and Welcome Hub 09:30-18:30

Hot drinks, phone charging, IT equipment and wifi.


Top of Town Community Hub
10.30am - 1.30pm

Pay as you feel Community Cafe, food pantry, phone charging, wifi, toys, books and clothing.


Winter Warming Kitchen
Salvation Army Hall 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Free food and board games


Museum in the Park - Winter Warmer (until Dec 14th)
11.30am – 3.30pm

Historical slide shows, Free tea, coffee and biscuits (donations welcome). Free Wi-Fi and phone charging also available.


Paganhill Community Group
1pm - 6pm

Pay as you feel Community Cafe, food pantry, phone charging, wifi, toys and books.


Middle of the Hill Community Group
11am - 1pm

Hot drinks, phone charging, food pantry and signposting


Stroud Christian Fellowship 12pm - 3.30pm First Floor The Cross (above Launderette) Parliament St

Relax with a cup of soup & roll or tea/coffee and biscuits – let us be a safe warm space for you.


Creative Sustainability Fromehall Mill,
Lodgemore Lane 12 - 2pm

Wifi, digital access support, phone charging, hot drinks, a hot meal, phone charging, toys and activites


Trinity Rooms Community Hub
9am - 4pm

Join us for a cuppa, chat, meal, snack or just come and read the newspapers. Pay as you can.


St Laurence's Church 10am - 12pm

Hot drinks and friendly faces.

For all the warm spaces across Stroud District visit: Community Hubs Stroud

Community Hubs

Trinity Rooms
Field Road
Mondays & Thursdays 9am-11am
Cafe Fridays 11am-2pm

Middle of The Hill Community Group
Nouncells Cross
Tuesdays 11am-1pm
Thursdays 11am-1pm & 5pm-7pm

Top of Town
Parliament Children's Centre
Bisley Old Road
GL5 1 LZ
Tuesdays 10:30am-1pm
Wednesdays 3:30pm-6pm
Saturdays 11am-1pm

Paganhill Community Group
Octagon Centre
Wednesdays 1pm-5pm
Fridays 10am-12pm

Uplands Community Group
Outside Uplands Primary School
Thompson Road
Mondays 2:45pm-3:30pm Term time only

Other links:

Stroud District Warm Spaces
Warm and Welcome Spaces across Stroud District.

Gloucestershire Libraries Warm & Welcome
Gloucestershire Libraries will be offering a free, warm and welcoming spaces in local communities across the county. Not all libraries are the same but all libraries will provide a basic offer that meets the requirements of the Warm and Welcome scheme.

National Warm Spaces
Warm Spaces is designed to signpost anyone in need of warmth to a warm space to share with others.

If you are interested in hosting a Warm Space in the Stroud Town area, or would like to receive a signposting pack with cost-of-living support information for those customers, guests and community members you have contact with please email Alternatively visit Warm Spaces - CSCIC for resources and training information across Stroud District.

Last updated: Fri, 25 Nov 2022 09:34