The Manchester Mind cafe offers supported training placements to people who are experiencing, or have had, mental health problems. Based at the Zion Community Centre in Hulme, Manchester, the Manchester Mind cafe provides a welcoming space to have lunch, grab a coffee and meet with friends and colleagues.
UPDATE: September 2016:
‘Food for All’ is now every Fri 1-2pm at Zion Community Cafe M15 4ZY. Three courses, all welcome!
Food & Drink
On Wednesdays the cafe offer a ‘Pay What You Can’ deal for lunch, between 1pm – 3pm. Some of the ingredients used come from FareShare, a charity that redistributes surplus food that would otherwise go to waste.
You can look into the kitchen and see your food being made, which is a really nice touch, and makes the cafe feel open and inclusive.
Visit the Manchester Mind cafe
Address: Zion Community Resource Centre/339 Stretford Rd, Manchester M15 4ZY. It’s open Monday – Friday, 9.30am – 3pm. For more information please visit their website.
The cafe is close to both Manchester Metropolitan University and Manchester University. It’s approximately 30 minutes walk from Manchester Piccadilly station.
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