Having gathered momentum on social media via their self-care events streamed live on Instagram, Feel Good Club have officially opened their 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 hope of normalising conversation around these all-important topics. 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 in the coming weeks. 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. For more information, visit the Feel Good Club website below.
- Simon Bland
- Published on:
- Fri 16 Oct 2020