Share Hub

The Share Hub

The Share Hub is open to our friends who are homeless for hot meals, clothes and toiletries. It is also a place that offers support, activities, and help to meet people’s specific needs.

The Share team offer daily basic aid, but also help to empower people to positively move their lives forwards and engage with rebuilding their lives, or even volunteer on the Share Team themselves.

We signpost people to services, and continue to assist and support people during their transition into accommodation and then into employment. We are looking for volunteers to help continue to deliver our service.

We now have a computer with internet access and we have been provided with a computer which connects directly to Citizens Advice.

Tel: 01244 662144
Email: hub@shareaid.co.uk
Location: Presbyterian Church, City Road, Chester, CH1 3AS
Opening times (subject to change):
Meals and support are available during the following times:

  • Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11am - 1pm (last entry 12.30pm)

Other helpful services

Help for someone rough sleeping

If you have concerns about someone rough sleeping or about to rough sleep please telephone Cheshire West and Chester Emergency Housing Service on 0300 123 2442, option 3 or email outreachservices@forfutures.co.uk

Please try and have the following information available for the person(s) you are helping (Full name, DOB, a contact phone number).

Emergency food parcels

If you or someone you know is in need of an emergency food parcel please call the Crossroads Community Hub on 07598 536 904 or email hello@hbc.org.uk

The address of the Hub is Dickson’s Drive Newton Chester CH2 2BN

Visit their website for more information.

Chester Aid to the Homeless (C.A.T.H)

We give people the knowledge and confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem.

    Christ Church Sunday Drop-in

    30 Cornwall Street, Chester CH1 3JF
    Christ Church in Newtown, Chester, provide a Sunday drop-in. For up to date information visit their Facebook page.

    Soul Kitchen

    A group of volunteers who provide food and support to anyone experiencing loneliness, food poverty or homelessness.

    Campbell Community Hall, Boughton, Chester, CH3 5BR
    Every Saturday at 5.30pm.

    Visit their website for more information. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

    St Werburgh’s Medical Practice for the Homeless

    Managed by Northgate Medical Centre.
    Address: 2a George St, Chester, CH1 3EQ
    Tel: 01244 665834
    Website: http://www.stwerburghsmedicalpractice.nhs.uk
    Practice Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm
    The practice is not open at the weekends.
    The practice closes for lunch between 1pm-2pm, Mon-Fri

    Spider Project - Café 71

    Café 71 is a safe crisis space for people struggling with emotional and psychological distress.

    It is open 10 am-midnight 365 days per year and is run by professionals and volunteers and offers:
    • Listening, care & support
    • Help to work through challenges
    • Help to access other support & advice
    • Creative recovery through social & educational activities
    Email: enquiries.chester@spiderproject.org.uk
    Address: 71-77 St Anne St, Chester CH1 3HT

    Visit their website for more information.

    Citizens Advice Bureau, Chester

    We give people the knowledge and confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem.

    Address: Blue Coat Square, Upper Northgate St, Chester CH1 4EE
    Phone: 0808 278 7806

    Live Well Cheshire West

    Here you can find information about local services and support for residents in Cheshire West.

    Visit website