Wellbeing Centres


Wellbeing Centres

Mental Health Matters Wales operates three Wellbeing Hubs within Bridgend County, these are:

 Bridgend Wellbeing Hub
11:30am – 3:30pm Every Tuesday and Friday
Nolton Church Hall, Merthyr Mawr Road, Bridgend. CF31 3NH

Cefn Glas Wellbeing Hub

10am – 3pm Every Monday and Wednesday

Westward community centre, Llangewydd Road, Cefn Glas, CF31 4JR

Maesteg Wellbeing Hub
11am – 1pm Every Thursday
Halo Maesteg sports centre, Old Forge Site, Nant-y-Crynwydd, Maesteg CF34 9EB

Porthcawl Over 50s Friendship group

11am – 1pm Every Thursday

Y Centre, 25 John Street, Porthcawl CF36 3AP

Wellbeing activities poster


Wellbeing Centre Services in Bridgend County

MHM Wales also run a Wellbeing Library with many books and CDs from Comedy and Fiction to Poetry and Self Help. For further information on MHM Wales’ Wellbeing Hubs, please contact MHM Wales Community Services on 01656 767045

Cwtch Cynffig
Talbot Community Centre, 9 Prince Road, Kenfig Hill. CF33 6ED
An exciting new project for people from Kenfig Hill and surrounding district to meet and engage in activities that will improve physical and mental health, encourage artistic hobbies and enhance well-being.


STARS Centre
Tempest House, Unit 10, Garth Drive, Brackla Ind. Estate
Bridgend. CF31 2AQ
Tel: 07748 597488
Formed by Cartrefi Cymru and Homestyle Stars provides a lifeline for people with additional learning needs and mental health issues.
Stars provides help and advice, work and social opportunities as well as producing items for sale and quality, valued day activities.

Hartshorn House
1st Floor, Neath Road, Maesteg. CF34 9EE.
9am – 5pm Mondays – Fridays.
Conveniently located in Maesteg town centre, Hartshorn House is a multi-agency base which has been developed to house health and wellbeing services for the Maesteg community and surrounding areas.
A partnership initiative between Bridgend Council, G4S and the Welsh Government; Hartshorn House has been completely renovated from what was once disused offices into a modern community hub of services which were previously only available by travelling to different locations.
Services operating within Hartshorn House include help and support for substance misuse, domestic abuse, homelessness and counselling services. The centre also acts as a suitable venue for agencies to convene in it’s many consultation suites and office space; all of which are completely confidential.

Read the latest Hartshorn House Newsletter or read the leaflet

Community Cafes

Throughout Bridgend County Borough there are Community Companions Community Cafés, where you can come along to meet new friends, take part in activities and enjoy getting out of the house.

Find a Community Cafe near you