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Warm Hubs in Waverley

Warm hubs are warm, safe community spaces where residents can expect a friendly and inclusive welcome this winter. They are open to all but are particularly beneficial if you live in a hard to heat home, if you are isolated or if you are worried about your energy bills. 

Many of the warm hubs in Waverley will provide practical tips about how to keep warm for less and other financial support available to help with the rising cost of living. Some will also offer hot food/and or refreshments. Drop by and you will be offered a very warm welcome. 

Waverley are working in partnership with local community organisations and Surrey County Council to support warm hubs this winter.

Surrey County Council has provided a list of all confirmed warm hubs located within Surrey.

If your organisation is opening a warm hub and we don’t already know about it, please let us know so that we can promote it to our residents. Email: communities@waverley.gov.uk

Location 

Opening times 

Area 

Rowleys Centre for the Community 

Website: www.rowleyscranleigh.co.uk  

 

Thursday: 10am to 4pm 

Cranleigh  

Cranleigh Methodist Church 

188 High Street, Cranleigh 

Tuesday: 10am to 4pm with lunch at 12noon to 2pm 

 

Cranleigh 

Cranleigh Baptist Church 

Website: www.cranleighbaptistchurch.co.uk  

Monday: 12.30pm to 2.30pm 

 

Cranleigh 

Hale Community Centre 

Website: www.halecommunitycentre.org.uk   

Monday: 1pm to 3pm 

Wednesday: 11.30am to 1.30pm 

 

Upper Hale, Farnham  

Bethel Baptist Church

Website: www.bethelbaptist.org.uk

Tel: 01252 719243

 

Wednesday 10am – 12 noon (whilst Farnham Foodbank and Frontline Farnham Money Advice are running drop-ins in our building)

Tuesdays 10 - 11:30am (whilst our church Coffee Shop is open during school term-time

Upper Hale, Farnham

The Rectory, Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale 

Website: www.badshotleaandhale.org  

Monday: 12noon to 6pm 

Badshot Lea and Upper Hale, Farnham 

Farnham Library 

Website: www.surreycc.gov.uk 

 

 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.30am to 5.30pm 

Tuesday: 9.30am to 7pm 

Saturday: 9.30am to 5pm 

Sunday: 11am to 5pm 

Farnham 

St Mark's Church and Community Centre 

Website: www.parishofgodalming.org.uk  

Tuesday: 12noon to 4/4.30pm 

 

Ockford Ridge and Aaron’s Hill area, Godalming 

Clockhouse Community Centre 

Website: www.ageuk.org.uk/surrey  

Monday to Friday: 10am to 3pm 

Milford 

Godalming Library 

Website: www.surreycc.gov.uk 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday : 9.30am to 5.30pm 

Tuesday: 9.30am to 7pm 

Saturday: 9.30am to 5pm 

Sunday: 11am to 5pm 

Godalming 

Haslemere Educational Museum 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org  

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday : 10am to 4.30pm  

 

 

Haslemere 

Haslemere Town Hall 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org 

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Monday: 12noon to 3pm 

Haslemere 

Haslewey 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org 

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9.30am to 11.30am 

Haslemere 

The Link, St Bartholomew’s Church 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org 

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Thursday: 10am to 12noon 

Haslemere 

Haslemere Methodist Church 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org 

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10am to 12 noon 

Haslemere 

Pathways Community Centre, Fieldway 

Website: www.haslemeretc.org 

For further information about collecting a warm hub card 

Thursday: 12noon to 2pm 

Haslemere