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 for more information 
  • Hearing Voices Peer Support group, Art room and gym, 1.30-3pm, contact for more information
  • Health walks are on Thursdays at 11am and 1pm, meeting outside the centre and walking to a local park. For more info, contact reception on 0161 271 0908

  • Central Manchester Food bank weekly sessions from 10am -12 (by referral only), contact

Download the No. 93 Weekly Timetable here:  No 93 Timetable March 2023.pdf

Read the Recovery Pathways newsletter:  Recovery Pathways North Newsletter March 2023.pdf

Wellbeing Groups

No 93 Wellbeing Groups
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Crisis Cafe at No. 93

An out of hours friendly and supportive community space open to anyone in Manchester, Bolton, Salford and Trafford, experiencing a mental health crisis.

Where to find us: No 93 Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre, 93 Church Lane, Manchester, M9 5BG

Opening times: Monday to Friday, 8pm to 1am (inc. Bank holidays), Saturday and Sunday, 3pm to 1am.

Contact: or call 07778012838 or 0161 271 0339. Please phone ahead before dropping in.

Crisis Cafe
A4GH Painting and Drawing

A six week course

A drawing and painting course, taking inspiration from nature around us. No experience nec-essary and all materials provid-ed. A keen interest in learning, art and nature welcome!
Places are limited so please book early!

Sessions will run on Mondays 1-3pm on the following dates:
13, 20, 27 March
3 ,17, 24 April

Locations: No 93 Wellbeing Centre

Please contact referrals for more information, on 07436560917 or email to be referred.

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Bike Library Sessions

Borrow a bike for FREE every Monday 10am - 2pm or by appointment.

ID/documentation required: Proof of address, plus photo ID

Please help us by donating any unused bikes. Our mechanics will refurbish and repair your donated bike and offer it on loan or sell at an affordable price in the local commuity.

Visit on Wednesdays at 12pm for a local bike ride and gain more confidence riding a bike.

Contact: or call 0784 592 5000 or 0161 271 0908

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Bike Library
Gardening Club

Harpurhey Gardening Club at No 93. Everybody is welcome. Meet new friends, get moving and enjoy nature together.

Every Tuesday 11am - 1pm

For more information, contact

Gardening Club
Gentle Circuits

Learn how to exercise safely from standing up. Boost your energy and reduce joint stiffness while meeting new people and having a bit of fun too.

Every Thursday at 10am at No 93 Wellbeing Centre.

For more info, call 0161 205 0118 or text 07504 831 651

Gentle Circuits exercise class
Harpurhey & Moston Alcohol Support Group

Alcohol peer support group

Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am - 12.30pm

Relaxation Room, No 93 Wellbeing Centre

For more info, please contact reception on 0161 271 0908

Or contact Greg on 07541055396 or Mike on 07467317046

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Mindful Mums

Peer to peer support group aimed at mums with children under 5, focussed around mental health and wellbeing.

Every Friday 9.30 - 11am at No 93  Wellbeing Centre

For more info, contact Lauren on 07774523221 or email

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Moving Well with Breathworks

Do you have pain, disability, or a chronic illness that makes moving difficult or painful?

Join a course of four FREE MOVING WELL sessions, with Breathworks, a Manchester charity supporting people with pain, illness and stress for more than 20 years.

Moving Well courses are designed to improve mobility and confidence in movement, gently and sustainably, bringing mindfulness-based health management into exercise and everyday activities

Venue: No 93 Wellbeing Centre, Harpurhey
Starts Monday 13th March, 11am – 12 noon.
Every Monday for 4 weeks.
Session 1: Monday 13 March, 11- 12 noon
Session 2: Monday 20 March 11- 12 noon
Session 3: Monday 27 March, 11am – 12 noon
Session 4: Monday 3 April, 12.30pm – 1.30pm (please note later time)

To book your free place, or to find out more, phone Karen (0161 674 9256) or Colin (0161 674 9256) or email

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Music Appreciation Group

Each participant chooses music and we listen to each other's choices respectfully. Listening to music together can be very therapeutic, it's fantastic for our wellbeing and helps us connect with each other.

Every Tuesday 2.30 - 3.30pm

For more info, please contact reception on 0161 271 0908

Music Appreciation Group
Seated Exercise & Dance Classes

Learn how to exercise safely from a chair. Boost your energy and reduce joint stiffness while meeting new people and having a bit of fun too.

Every Monday at 11.30am at No 93 Wellbeing centre

For more information phone 0161 205 0118 or 07504 831 651

Seated exercise class
SMASH Mental Health Arts Programme: Spring Schedule

Do you live or have a connection to Moston, Harpurhey and Charlestown? Are you currently struggling with your mental heath and well-being?

SMASH offers you a range of different creative activities that suit your own experiences and interests. You don’t need to know anything about art!

You can choose from a range of creative
experiences that will:

  • Help you improve how you feel
  • Increase your understanding of mental health
  • and illness
  • Help you to meet and talk with other people
  • facing similar experiences
  • Increase confidence in talking about your
  • experiences
  • Provide new creative ways for expressing
  • your feelings

3rd APRIL 10:30am – 11:30/12pm TALK - Join Nicola Colclough as she discusses strategies of care, exploring ideas for rest through reconnecting with the natural world. Asking what different ways can we learn to care for ourselves to better support our mental health?

14th APRIL 10:30am – 12:30/1pm: SEE & HEAR - Join us for a special guided tour at Manchester Art Gallery around the exhibition, Room to Breathe. A space to help you experience art in a more mindful way. See a variety of works from the collection and listen to original audio guides to help you to explore the art using mindful techniques. All transport provided.

17th APRIL 10:30am - 12.30pm CREATE - Artist Nicola Colclough returns to explore how different photography techniques can help us to express ourselves. How do we represent ourselves in a way that is not confronting? Learn two methods for making photographic images, one slow, one fast, create work you can take home and share with others.

You can sign up to SMASH activities at any time and you can choose whichever of the different activities suit you.

To find out more and arrange a chat about what you would like to get from SMASH, send an email to: or call us on 07949 546135.

SMASH Spring Schedule page 1

SMASH spring schedule page 2

Walking Group

Walking group with No 93, every Thursday 11am and 1pm

For more info, contact reception on 0161 271 0908

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