Huntingdonshire District Council wants to support the community and by working with our local partners, building on the great work we did during the pandemic, to create a network of Warm Spaces, a group of safe and accessible places where people can come together to stay warm.
Our intention is to create a directory of existing community facilities across the public, private, health and voluntary sectors that can be used for a range of purposes. We hope these Warm Spaces can be welcoming environments where people of all ages can go to take part in something fun while meeting new people in their community.
Sharing Warm Spaces for Huntingdonshire
We know that many of our partners across Huntingdonshire already provide this type of facility, so we are contacting local organisations to see what facilities or services they have available before letting our residents know how to access the Warm Spaces near them.
What to expect if you want to use a Warm Space
Every Warm Space will offer something different. They could be a place to meet new people over a hot drink or try out a new activity. All of the Warm Spaces will be registered with the council to make sure they are safe for people to use.
Registering as a Warm Space
If you are thinking of registering a Warm Space in Huntingdonshire, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that if you are registering as a Warm Space, there is a maximum grant of up to £500 to support Warm Spaces being set up in the district through the Community Chest grant fund.
Please refer to the map below or view a list of the locations, which includes details of the facilities available.
Zoom in and click on a Warm Space icon to see further information.
To view a list of all Warm Spaces in the district, click on the icon at the top left of the map.
Click on the icon at the top right to open in Google Maps and get directions.