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List of Warm Spaces

Local authorities, charities, the third sector, organisations and community groups are coming together to hold warm spaces. These warm spaces encourage the community to come together, stay warm and avoid social isolation.

Below is a list of warm spaces available across the Island, details of local events can also be found by checking websites, social media and notice boards.





  • Centenary Centre – Everyone is invited to join the free Friday folk nights (every fortnight), to enjoy some live music in a lovely warm space; also every fortnight, the Centre offers film nights for a modest ticket price. More details can be found on Facebook. View the Centenary Centre on the map

  • Corrin Hall - A warm space, every Wednesday at 12 noon to 2pm, until March. Offering soup and a roll, hot drinks and biscuits, and an opportunity to chat with old friends and new. View the Corrin Hall on the map

  • Dalby Church - Warm space and ‘Soup Stop’ open every 3rd Wednesday of every month, excluding December, July and August. Serving from 12:30pm -1:30pm in the Dalby schoolrooms. Offering a range of homemade soups, with bread and butter, cakes and coffee, and open to all. View Dalby Church on the map

  • House of Mannanan – Open daily all year, excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, to visitors with exhibitions of local artists. View the House of Mannanan on the map

  • Peel Library – Warm space available on Mondays from 9:30am to 1pm; Tuesdays from 1:30pm to 5pm; Fridays from 1:30pm to 5pm and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 5pm. View Peel Library on the map

  • Peel Methodist Church– Open as a warm space every Friday afternoon from 1pm to 4pm. View the Peel Methodist Church on the map 

  • St German's Cathedral – The Big Table Café is open on Mondays from 12 noon to 2pm, where everyone is invited to ‘eat what you want and pay what you can’. View St German's Cathedral on the map 

  • St John's Methodist Hall - 'Tea & Toast' is hosted every Wednesday morning 9am to 11am, from 18 October to 27 March 2024. Open to everyone, for a cuppa and a chat, with a play area for small children too. View the St John's Methodist Church on the map

  • The Philip Christian Centre – Host on Thursdays Playgroup tots: 9am to 11am, hot drinks and toast available, open to all families with little ones and free to attend until March. All age space: 11am to 1pm, hot drinks and food available - come and join us for a chat. There will also be hampers of warm items available to take if you need them, including hats and gloves, etc. Contact Sarah for more information. View the Philip Christian Centre on the map

  • Western Wellbeing Partnership – A single location offering integrated health and social care services for the community in the west of the island or registered under the Peel GPs. The Western Laa Meanagh day service in the centre the offers a daily service for people over 65 and can offer support. View the Western Wellbeing Partnership on the map 

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If you're interested in setting up a Warm Space

If you are a charity, community group, club, association, or local authority and would like to apply for a grant to set up or expand a warm space The Manx Lottery Trust may be able to provide funding through the Smaller Grants programme.

Find out more about available funding

If you're running a Warm Space

If you run or are planning to run a warm space and would like it to be featured here, please contact