Bevan to Provide Warm Space this Winter
Bevan Wellbeing Centre in Bradford is to become a Warm Space as part of Bradford City Councils response to the cost of living crisis.
Bradford Council has worked alongside voluntary community and social enterprise organisations across the district to establish a network of warm spaces for residents this winter. These are heated spaces that anyone can access and spend time for free so they don’t have to use their own utilities throughout the day.
Bevan will provide a Warm Space in the Wellbeing Centre at Bevan House (14 Piccadilly, Bradford, BD1 3LS) every Tuesday from 10am – 1pm. The service will start on Tuesday 3rd January 2023. We will provide, hot drinks, porridge and soup and there will be arts and crafts activities available.
The Warm Spaces network is just one way the council and partners are trying to help people who are struggling with the rise in the cost of living this winter. Further advice and support is available at www.costoflivingbradford.co.uk