Northumberland Warm Spaces

What is Northumberland Warm Spaces?

There is a network of community spaces residents can visit this winter. These are throughout Northumberland and you can find out those operating near you via Northumberland Communities Together.

Warm Spaces are places where people can come together in a warm, safe, welcoming place and maybe enjoy a hot drink, a sit down and have a chat with others.

Voluntary groups, community organisations and others from our communities have come together to establish a network of warm spaces this winter. This includes, but is not limited to, community centres, church halls, libraries and community hubs. They are free to visit and we promise a warm welcome when you arrive.

Some places may offer a hot drink, activities and other things like free access computers and Wi-Fi.  You can come and spend time quietly or meet other people in your community for a chat.  Each warm space is different and may not be open every day. But we’re working together with all our community partners to try and offer as many warm spaces as we can.

Find your nearest Warm Space

Northumberland Communities Together have created an interactive map where you can find a warm space near you.

This interactive map will show you where you can find a warm space near you. Click on the map and then visit the dot/s which represent the warm spaces in your area. You will see the name and location of the warm space. If there is a link to the Frontline app this will take you to more detail about the warm space. Please note not all spaces will be open every day and are subject to change.

In Prudhoe the following are registered with Northumberland Warm Spaces:-

  • Miners Lamp Community Cafe and Hub
  • Prudhoe and District United Services Club
  • Prudhoe Library
  • Prudhoe Waterworld
  • Tyne Riverside Country Park Cafe

If you are reading this and you would like to register as a warm space, please contact Northumberland Communities Together on 01670 620015, from 9am to 6pm, 7 days a week or email