Winton Park Café

June 27, 2019

Our cafe in Winton Rec is a community hub focusing on nature-based activities that will help to transform the park. The profits from the café will support your local park, so every time you enjoy a brew you know it will be helping your park.

We will be encouraging the community to connect with nature through health and wellbeing and educational activities such as Nature Tots, Yoga in the Park and meditation sessions.

We will also offer the space for community groups to use, such as sports groups, knitting groups, chess/board game clubs and local charities. If you’d like to use the space for anything please get in touch.

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Please note we are unable to run these events at the moment due to Covid 19 restrictions.

We run events and activities focused on nature and health and wellbeing. This includes:

  • Tuesday, 13:30pm: Memory Lane Cafe – Join us for a social afternoon of reminiscence, friendship and support to help with memory loss and dementia. Hosted by Prama Care.
  • Wednesday, 10:30am: Nature Tots – aimed at encouraging pre-school children to gain a love for nature and wildlife. £2.50 per child.
  • Last Thursday of the month, 11am: Meditationhosted by Meditation with Mayan which is a transformative meditation centre in Bournemouth. Minimum donation £5, with donations supporting your local park.

If you’d like to run any events at the community cafe please get in touch.

Volunteers needed!

We are looking for volunteers to help us run the cafe and various nature activities, full training will be provided and flexible hours are available – you don’t have to commit to regular shifts.

If you’re able to support your local park, please pop in for a chat or contact us on 01202 451889 or [email protected]

Contact us

Opening hours

We are currently open:

  • Wednesday – Sunday
  • 9:30am – 4:00pm

We are looking to re-open on Tuesdays too from Tuesday 21st July.

With thanks to

Future parks logos - Heritage Fund, National Trust & MHCLG