Community groups in Kettering are working together this winter to create warm, safe spaces where people can go if they are in need. The warm spaces in Kettering and the surrounding area are free to visit in and around town where you can go to keep warm if you are worried about heating costs this winter.
The list includes the town library, churches, Kettering Women's Centre, Oasis Wellbeing Group and Grange School. It's being updated constantly, so please click on the link below for the latest information.
Fuel Grants for Retired Single People
The Kettering Charities for the Poor provides grants of up to £70 for single elderly people of limited means who live in Kettering and Barton Seagrave. You must live alone and be over 66 and your income should be less than £300 per week (some exceptions apply). Apply before 7th December 2022.
Unit B, The Courtyard, 1 Horsemarket, Kettering NN16 0DG
Tuesday 10am to 1pm
Wednesday 10am to 1pm
Thursday 11am to 12:30pm
Saturday 10am to 1pm
St Peter and St Paul Soup Kitchen
Market Place, Kettering NN16 0AN
Thursday 4 to 6pm
Offering soup, bread, food and items donated by the community.