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The Wisbech Art and Recovery Café has opportunities to get creative with a variety of projects or chat to others over a cup of tea or coffee.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- it’s a chance to connect with others and receive mutual aid
- it’s a chance to chat and share experiences with like minded people
- it’s a chance to try different activities that may be running
How to contact
Where to go
St Peter's Church
What to expect?
No invite or booking needed, just drop in and join for coffee and cake!
The sessions are run by staff and volunteers from Cambridgeshire Recovery Service. There may be different activities at each session which you can choose to get involved in, or alternatively sit and enjoy a cuppa whilst chatting to the other attendees.
The Wisbech Art & Recovery Café is based in the Hall at St Peter’s Church. There is parking available in the public car park.
If you would prefer to join an online recovery café you can find more information here.
The Wisbech Art & Recovery Café runs every Tuesday from 11am to 3pm.
A space to bring out your more creative side, you do not need to be an artist, just enjoy the therapeutic value of being creative in a safe, relaxed community space.
This safe space provides you with a chance to connect and talk with others in the recovery community, learn what has helped them, and share what helps you maintain your wellbeing.
The Wisbech Art & Recovery Café is also a good place to come if you have any questions about the recovery community or what it means to enter treatment for a drug- or alcohol-related addiction.
The Recovery Café is supported by the Cambridgeshire Recovery Service. For more info click here.
The following is free:
- Tea, coffee and refreshments
- Access to recovery-based mutual aid
- Access to information about about drug and alcohol treatment
Walking into St Peter’s Hall: