What are Warm Welcome venues?
These venues are welcoming places for residents, that are free to enter, where you can meet up with friends and neighbours, take part in activities and just relax. In winter they also provide warm spaces that people can enjoy without switching on the heating at home.
Everyone is welcome to these safe spaces - and all visitors are treated with dignity and respect. You don't have to pre-book and no record will be taken of your visit - just pop in!
Some venues provide activities, reading materials and refreshments, including hot drinks at no charge.
So whether you're visiting to meet friends and neighbours and have a chat, to find somewhere warm to relax, or simply to get out of the house for a change of scenery - why not visit your Warm Welcome venue soon?
List and map
The list and map will be updated as venues are added and offers upgraded.
Find your nearest
The Warm Welcome Charter
All locations on the map have signed up to the Council's charter before we add them to the map. They will be provided with items to display in their windows and entrances to highlight them as an official Warm Welcome venue.
We will offer a Warm Welcome as well as warm spaceEvery time you come to a Warm Welcome venue, you will be given a warm welcome from the staff and volunteers there.
Everyone will be treated equally, with dignity and respectEveryone who comes to a Warm Welcome venue will be treated with dignity and respect.
We will ensure that it is a safe spaceYour Warm Space will abide by the safeguarding policies that it always uses.
We will not tell anyone that you used a Warm Welcome venueBut if you're in a Warm Welcome venue for a reason, you'll will be listened to and signposted to where they can go for help where possible.
It does not matter why you need a Warm Welcome spaceEvery Warm Welcome venue is a non-judgemental space; whatever the reason you have for needing to come in, you will be treated the same and never judged.
View locations as a list, with contact details
Eastleigh Pantry, Eastleigh Cable Works
Elim Pentecostal Church, Eastleigh
Fair Oak & Horton Heath Parish Council
023 8069 2403
The Mercury Library & Community Hub
023 8045 8752
Pavilion on the Park, Eastleigh
023 8061 2710
Places Leisure Eastleigh
023 8068 4800 (ask for Hannah B, Megan M or Claire B)
St Andrews Methodist Church
023 8026 8803
St Paul's Church, Bursledon
St Thomas' Church, Fair Oak
023 8069 5786
The Point Eastleigh
023 8065 2333
Velmore Community Centre, Chandler's Ford
023 8023 1139
YMCA Eastleigh (North Stoneham)
023 8235 1520
Chandler's Ford Library
Hedge End Library
West End Library
Call the Library Services 0300 555 1387 to leave a message to request a callback
Would you like to be a Warm Welcome venue?
If you think your venue would be suitable and you have the capacity to help, please contact us to discuss further.