Supported by S4B  and based at Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Health and Wellbeing cafe, is open every Tuesday and Thursday between 11:30am and 1:30pm.

There are no price-lists, you just ‘pay what you can’, so please come along and enjoy a warming home cooked meal.

On Tuesday’s, S4B Scheme Manager Donna Shaw provides the meal, and every Thursday until the end of January 2017, special guests Manchester Mind Food for All will be on hand to cook for you.

Mind Volunteer and cook, Alice Constant, said: “We run pay what you can sessions around Manchester, where we cook a meal for those in need.

“The meal is free, or people can make a small donation if they can – we mostly use food provided by FareShare, which would otherwise go to landfill”.

S4B resident, Craig Eastham, and Chair of the Well-being Café and Well-being Group, said: “We are thrilled to have Alice and the team join us. The work they do is an invaluable lifeline for those who struggle to get a warm meal.

“By joining forces with S4B and Mind, it means we can reach even more people, to provide the vital support some people desperately need especially during these colder months.

“Plus the Cafe does not only offer food – there are laptops available to use for free, with free WiFi, and people on hand to offer help and advice.

“So please come on in and join us, have some food, get warm, and find out what help we can offer”.

The Well-being Group are also looking for volunteers, so if you think this is for you, please get in touch.

For more information, or to register to become a volunteer, call into the S4B Housing Office, telephone 0300 555 0128, or send an email