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Warm Spaces in Waverley

Warm spaces are safe, warm 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. 

Some of the warm spaces 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. Some are places where you can just drop by to sit quietly and keep warm. You will be offered a very warm welcome. 

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

Surrey County Council is supporting identified Warm Welcome Venues across Surrey that also offer free energy advice and other services available.  

List of Warm Welcome Venues in Surrey

The list below details some of the warm spaces in Waverley that we know about or are directly supporting.  

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


Opening times 


Rowleys Centre for the Community 



Thursday: 12noon to 2pm, soup and cake for a donation, access to information about local support.


Beacon Hill United Reformed Church


The Hub community cafe is open Monday and Wednesday: 9am to 12 noon. If you want to find a warm space, drop in for a hot drink, access the free wifi or use the computer. Books and games are available.


Cranleigh Baptist Church 


Winter Warmer Welcome Lunch 12.15 - 2pm every Monday.  Suggested donation £1 per person.



Hale Community Centre 


Last Tuesday of the month, 7pm - 9pm. Hot drinks, snacks, cake as well as energy advice and guidance if wanted.

Upper Hale, Farnham  

Haslemere Methodist Church


Open Door coffee lounge, open Tuesday - Saturday 10 til 12 for refreshments and friendly company.  


People can sit in the cafe areas to warm up and where possible, centres will provide a room with activities.

Due to the busy nature of the Centres, warm hubs are open at these times only.




Cranleigh Leisure Centre

Tel: 01483 274400

Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm

Weekends 9am - 5pm


Farnham Leisure Centre

Tel: 01252 723208

Monday - Sunday 12pm - 4pm


Godalming Leisure Centre

Tel: 01483 410500

Monday - Friday 11am - 3pm, Weekends 1pm - 5pm


Haslemere Leisure Centre

Tel: 01428 658484

Monday - Sunday 9am - 5pm