Earl Shilton Social Institute

Mondays - 11am to 4pm (closed 1 to 2pm)


Our Earl Shilton Neighbourhood Mental Health Café runs every Monday as a drop in for anyone to come and talk to us about their mental health – no appointment needed. We have supportive, trained staff who will listen and provide the information and support you need in times of crisis.


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Who you will meet

Our friendly team of staff and volunteers are not medical professionals, however they have been mental health first aid trained and have the time to listen and support you. They all have great knowledge about mental health and wellbeing services around the area, and can help you to access these as needed.





What to expect

On arrival at The Stute please press the doorbell.  You’ll then be warmly greeted at the door by one of our team who will ensure that you are either taken into our quiet confidential area if you need some 1:2:1 support, or to our safe and relaxing café space which provides opportunities for conversation and other activities. Free hot drinks and biscuits are available too.

Outside The Stute at the main entrance showing the front door.
Inside the cafe showing tables and chairs and a screened off one to one area.
Hot drinks machine

Finding us

We host our Café at The Stute, 12-14 Station Road, Earl Shilton, LE9 7GA. There is no car park available onsite, but public car parks and on road parking is available close by. The venue is also easily accessible on foot, and by bus. If you do struggle to find us on the day, please call Vikki on 07519 316461.


Bus stop: 80 Wood Street bus route 158 & 48 (4 min walk). Bus stop: 12 Wood Street (Just outside the library) bus route 158 & 48 (1 min walk).

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