Recovery Project Update - The Brook Community Church and Centre to Act as a Warm Space

Posted on: 19 Dec 2022

Our partners at The Brook Community Church and Centre who deliver the Recovery Plus+ Specialist Worker Project in Shirebrook are running a 'Warm Space' this Winter. 

The Warm Space will operate between 10am and 2pm from Wednesday-Saturday and will serve Hot Drinks and Food.

The Brook's address is 18-26 Main Street, Shirebrook, NG20 8DG.

If you would like to get in contact with them regarding the Recovery Project you can call 01623 744371 or email on

For more information on their project please click here

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