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 Hosted  by two medical NHS doctors, who are members of the British Menopause Society, who will be on hand to answer your questions.
Come along to the Hampshire Menopause Cafe, for a chance to meet, chat, have coffee and cake, or tea, and find out more about the menopause.
It will offer a confidential, respectful environment, with an opportunity to share experiences and concerns.
This is an opportunity to gain knowledge within a safe, accessible space, with no taboo questions.

Apply for tickets at Eventbrite (search Hampshire Menopause Cafe): Eventbrite - Menopause Cafe Hampshire Tickets

The fabulous volunteers that make Winton House Centre the special place for the community that it is, enjoyed their party here last week. It was also an opportunity to say farewell to Sheridan Rocher, the former Centre Manager here at Winton House Centre. Sheridan has been central to transforming Winton House Centre to a place that welcomes the public, puts people at the centre of all its activities and is a place that draws people to enjoy its Pop-In Cafe and general community chatter. A big thank you both to our fantastic volunteers and to the lovely Sheridan.

Come and enjoy the beautiful peace posters designed by pupils from The Petersfield School whilst having your cuppa and cake at Winton House Centre. Ella Rocher, pictured here, won first prize for her beautiful illustration representing peace for the future.

The cafe is open exceptionally this Saturday, 9th December, 9.30 - 12.30pm. The posters, courtesy of charity, Lions, will be on display for the whole of December.

Pop in Coffee Morning and Peace Poster Competition (hosted by) Lions International
Sunday 3rd December,
Opening times: 9.30 --2.00pm
Winton House Centre Pop in Cafe
will be displaying posters completed by students from The Petersfield School as part of the Petersfield Christmas Festival
Please join us for a cuppa and a free mince pie

We are so pleased that we have a supply of jam for sale in the Pop-In made by John Studd. Half the proceeds go to Winton House, the other half to In Ministry to Children. Sales are going so well and no wonder, it is delicious! Come in and buy a jar and know that each spoonful is raising funds for local charities.