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Warm spaces


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We know that the cost of living is impacting people in a number of ways and it’s a stressful time for many. As such Luton Council, along with our partners in the voluntary and charitable sector and faith organisations are hosting warm spaces. Our warm space charter states:

  • You'll get a warm welcome as well as Warm Space
    Every time you come to a Warm Space you'll be given a warm welcome from the staff and volunteers there.

  • Everyone is treated equally, with dignity and respect
    Everyone has a right to be warm, so everyone in a Warm Space treats people, and is treated by people, with dignity and respect.

  • Your Warm Space will be a safe space
    Your Warm Space will stick to the safeguarding policies that it always uses, and it will stick to food hygiene rules too!.

  • We'll not tell anyone about your needing a Warm Space
    If you want to share the reasons you need a Warm Space, someone will listen, but they won't tell anyone else unless you give them permission, or they must because of their safeguarding policies.

  • It doesn't matter why you need a Warm Space
    Every Warm Space is a non-judgemental space; whatever the reason you have for needing to come in, you'll be treated the same and never judged.

A warm space is somewhere you can stay warm and get a warm drink. Some organisations will also offer additional activities or food provision, see information and opening times below.

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Stockwood Park Athletics Centre
Hightown Community Sports & Arts Centre
Hope Church
Leagrave Library
Shanthona Womens Group
Lewsey Community Centre
Luton Central Library
Luton Wellbeing Hub
Shri Guru Ravidass
Marsh Farm Library
Raynham Way Community Centre
Stopsley Baptist Church
St Francis Church

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