Having gathered momentum on social media via their self-care events streamed live on Instagram, Feel Good Club have unveiled plans to launch a mental health and wellbeing focused coffee shop in the Northern Quarter. Setting up shop in the newly refurbished Hilton House, this new venue promises to host events, pop-up galleries featuring local artists and break out spaces allowing the community to connect – in addition to offering a selection of coffee and food. Formulated by Aimie and Kiera Lawlor-Skillen just over a year ago, Feel Good Club has attracted an extensive following online after hosting a number of digital events.
The duo’s new coffee and community venture aims to become Manchester’s first mental health and wellbeing venue with the aim of normalising conversation around these all-important topics. Currently in the design phase, Feel Good Club’s Hilton House base will be dedicated to using local suppliers and feature a veggie menu, with food and drink pop-up events due to take place following its debut. Visitors can also expect yoga, wellbeing talks, cinema nights, workshops and Freelance Fridays in a dog-friendly venue that’s due to be decorated in calming, earthy tones. An exact opening date hasn’t been announced yet – but we’ll update as soon as more news is available.
- Simon Bland
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- Thu 25 Jun 2020