West Kirby Drop In – ‘Place of Welcome’. Self Help Group every Tuesday 10am to 11.30 am and all are very welcome!




West Kirby Drop-in Centre is a facility for adults with mental health problems, and is open to anyone who lives in Wirral.


You will be warmly welcomed and offered a tea or coffee on arrival. You can sit and relax in the friendly atmosphere and chat if you want to.  There are lots of things you can do, including badminton, bingo, board games, walking, quizzes, arts and crafts, table tennis, listening to music, or you can just sit and relax.


The Drop-In is held on Tuesdays from 10am til 11.30pm at the United Reform Church, Meols Drive, West Kirby. 


People from all walks of life come to the centre, and everyone is invited to join in and have a go, but it’s totally up to you.  We asked people who attend the Drop-in to tell us why they come.  These were some of the things they said:-
“There is a family atmosphere here”


“Conversation over tea/coffee”


“The important thing is that you go away feeling a lot better, and less isolated, than if you had sat at home.”




It is easy to get to as there is a bus stop right outside the United Reformed Church on Meols Drive, where it is held.


West Kirby train station is 2 minutes walk away. (Directions) Turn right out of the station and walk along the main Grange Road past the shops, cross over Bridge Road and the church is the first building you come to.  Walk 20 yards along the pavement and you come to the door to the church hall.


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