Lincoln Wellbeing Hub - Bridge Community Hub

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Last Updated: 15/07/2024

The Hub houses the Bracebridge public library, a small café-style social space and a Foodbank distribution centre. The team are on hand to offer support/advice and signposting. Citizen's advice drop-in sessions run through the Foodbank.

The Bridge Community Hub is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10am-2pm. It houses the local library services offering 1000s of books, free IT access and printing options.

Alongside this is a busy foodbank as well as free sessions for people to meet with the Citizens Advice Bureau. It runs free cooking courses, baking classes and board game sessions, all of which have been offered either by volunteers or other organisations.

It is a space for Framework and others to meet with those they work with and the local school regularly bring children to enjoy the library space out of hours which results in engagement with local families.

This is good for wellbeing because

  • This is a friendly, warm and welcoming space open to all. Practical advice and support to enable people to take next steps toward wellbeing.
  • Free access to books for loan and online access through use of public computers helps to overcome literacy and digital poverty.
  • Basic needs are met if people hit a crisis, often leading to people volunteering to (and as) they become more resilient.

The great help I get from supportive friends happens in this always welcoming space.

How to contact

Where to go

107-115 Newark Road
City of Lincoln

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