Warm Welcome 

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Would you like to keep warm this winter and meet new people? Fancy having a chat, a cup of tea, take part in family fun activities, or just read a book?

If so, there are hubs across Denbighshire where you will find a welcoming, comfortable space, during the day, to chat, get refreshments, do an activity, get advice, or relax, as part of the ‘Warm Welcome’ project.

Each hub provides a different experience for everyone. Some hubs will offer activities and other services such as free Wi-Fi.

This project is part of the 2025 Movement, bringing partners together through the Croeso Cynnes/Warm Welcome initiative to support this.

Everyone is welcome!

Warm Welcome locations

Warm Welcome locations (PDF, 521KB)

Click on the button below to find a "Warm Welcome" near you:

Map of Warm Welcome locations (external website)

The map is updated regularly so keep yourself updated on what's on in your area.

Can you offer a Warm Welcome?

If you are an organisation, community centre or local business that is offering a "Warm Welcome", please complete this form.

Register your organisation / business (external website)

Apply for a Warm Welcome Project Grant

Due to the high volume of applications that have been received, we are having to close the applications process for now.

Once the panel has met to decide on the applications so far, if there is any further funding available, applications will be reopened. For advice and support about further opportunities for grant funding, please contact communitydevelopment@denbighshire.gov.uk

Poster template

If you are an organisation that is registered with the 'Warm Welcome' scheme, you can download a poster template to help promote your event below: 

If you want to know more about establishing a space to offer a warm welcome, please e-mail: community.resilience@denbighshire.gov.uk

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