Warm Hub Information in Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire

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Libraries, museums and other community venues across Warwickshire are putting on additional events and offering extended opening hours for vulnerable and isolated people this winter.

What is a Warm Hub?

Health guidelines recommend that people heat the rooms they are using to 18°C to avoid health complications such as heart problems, hypothermia, or exacerbation of existing medical conditions. However, with the rising costs of energy bills and other household expenses, many people are finding it harder to heat their homes sufficiently.

‘Warm Hubs’ have been created as places within the local community for those who are struggling with energy costs or who are feeling vulnerable or isolated. Residents are invited to attend on their own or with their family or friends, to spend some time in a safe, warm and friendly environment where they can enjoy refreshments, social activity, information and advice and the company of other people.

A Warm Hub event could include a weekly coffee morning or a monthly breakfast club, a repair cafe session or a meet-up for carers, a wellbeing session or a hot meal in a friendly environment with tips and advice on saving energy costs and keeping safe and warm at home as well.

Please take a look at the information below to see what venues are offering warm Hub Events in your area.