no93

Supporting health and wellbeing in North Manchester

No 93 Wellbeing centre has been a community hub at the heart of Harpurhey for many years and is an important place for the whole community.

Photos of No.93

  •  At the centre, there is an informal drop-in from 10am – 3pm, Monday – Friday
  • In the café area, people can come for a hot drink and meal, have a chat and a game of pool.
  • The art room has a variety of different creative groups
  • There is a one to one room for private health and wellbeing related appointments
  • A relaxation room and a space for exercise classes
  • GMMH’s Psychological Therapies service is also based in the building, with prearranged appointments

The Café is serving food and drinks in the cafe from 10am - 3pm, on Monday - Friday.

  • Gardening group, 11-1pm, contact Jane.rennie@gmmh.nhs.uk for more information 
  • Hearing Voices Peer Support group, Art room and gym, 1.30-3pm, contact Jane.rennie@gmmh.nhs.uk for more information
  • Health walks are on Thursdays at 11am and 1pm, meeting outside the centre and walking to a local park. Numbers are limited, so please contact No 93’s Support Worker Khadija Khan on 07721 237 373 and she can let you know about places available

  • Central Manchester Food bank weekly sessions from 10am -12 (by referral only), contact info@manchestercentralfoodbank.org.uk.

Download the No. 93 Weekly Timetable here:    No 93 Timetable Sept 2022.pdf

Wellbeing Groups

 

 

Crisis Cafe at No. 93

Crisis Cafe

ACA Women's Drop-in

ACA Women's drop-in poster

Music Appreciation Group

Music Appreciation Group


Gardening Club

Gardening Club

 

Bike Library Sessions

Bike Library


Let's Walk

Let’s walk with No 93: for more info, contact Khadija Khan, Support Worker on 0772 123 7373 or 0161 271 0908

Walking Group

 

Seated Exercise & Dance Classes

 

Seated exercise class

Art class

Art class

Mindful Mums

Mindful Mums

Gentle Circuits

Gentle Circuits exercise class

Alcohol Support Group

Alcohol Support Group

As a patient

As a service user, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Find resources for carers and service users  Contact the Trust