Published: 18 November 2022


Nelson Town Council have designated the Revive Café at the Unity Well Being Centre on Vernon Street, Nelson as a WARM HUB which will open to the public throughout the winter, starting on Monday 21st November - 10am.

The facility will provide residents with a safe and warm space to visit throughout the day following on from the huge increases in energy prices.

We will offer you:

  • A warm space
  • Newspapers
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Microwave (to heat your own food)
  • Toaster
  • Board Games
  • Books

Warm drinks and light snacks will be provided free of charge all day.

Councillor for Walverden Ward- Councillor Faraz Ahmed, added “The warm hub will be crucial for many residents. This initiative will genuinely help struggling households over the winter period”.

Councillor for Clover Hill Ward - Councillor Zafar Ali, added “Many people are struggling with the increase in energy costs already and this will only get worse as winter approaches and people need to turn their heating on for longer periods. We welcome everyone from the Town and Borough to use the hub as a place to socialise and stay warm.

Assistant Town Clerk, Nick Harbour said “Nelson Town Council were keen for this feature to be available for residents of the town for the winter. The Warm Hub will allow people access to a heated building and also give them a chance to socialise with other residents at the same time”.

🕙🗓️🕙 The Warm Hub will be open every day throughout the winter at the Revive Café, Unity Well Being Centre, Vernon Street, Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 9DE from 10:00am to 16:00pm.