Good Mood Café – CPSL Mind

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Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire (CPSL) Mind's Good Mood Cafes provide an opportunity to meet new people to share interests, skills and wellbeing tips in an informal space to help boost your mood.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • It helps you meet others
  • It provides a chance to develop friendships
  • It provides a safe space to speak about issues

“It gets me out, I meet new people and it gives me quite a bit of pleasure.”



Judith talks about hosting Good Mood Cafés at her farm shop:

What to expect?
Good Mood Cafés are supportive and friendly places to have a cup of tea and a chat, hosted by CPSL Mind in a variety of venues across the county and online.

In-person Cafés are run by two of the Good Life Facilitators from CPSL Mind. On arrival they will give you a friendly greeting and introduce you to some of the other attendees. The facilitators are there for support, advice and to help keep conversations upbeat and positive.

Anyone can attend for any reason – to seek support, learn wellbeing tips, meet other people or to share interests/skills. They are informal spaces and you can come and go as you please – there’s no obligation to stay for the whole time.

You don’t have to be in a good mood to attend a Good Mood Café – but it’s hoped that you’ll feel better for having been!

There are toilets and disabled accessible toilets at the venues.

More information

Weekly Good Mood Cafés are held in Cambridge at Cambridge Central Library, the C3 Centre on Coldhams Lane and The Edge Café on Mill Road.
There is also a weekly Good Mood Cafe held online via Zoom.

Find more information about time, dates and venues of the Good Mood Cafés by clicking here.

You can find more information about CPSL Mind Good Life Service by clicking here.

The Good Mood Cafés are free to attend and no booking is required.

If you wish, you can purchase teas, coffees and other refreshments from the hosting venue.

How to contact

Where to go

C3 Centre
Brooks Road

The Edge Café
Mill Road

Cambridge Central Library

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