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Make a Point to take Time to Talk

The Point Eastleigh is to host its first community coffee morning as part of Time to Talk Day.

The event, on Thursday 3 February, will be hosted by the venue’s Associate Artist Louisa White who has been leading community movement, dance and voice sessions for 20 years.

Join Louisa and other friendly faces for a chat - and coffee and cake on the house from the venue’s café bar. Drop in on Thursday 3 February any time between 10.30am to 12pm. 

Creative Director at The Point Eastleigh Charlotte Hall said: “The wellbeing of our local community is so important to us here at the Point and we are so pleased to be able to host a Time to Talk Coffee morning with the brilliant Louisa White.

“We hope that it also serves as a good reminder that our doors are always open whether you are visiting to enjoy our range of activities, or just to sit, talk and enjoy the company of others.”


Time to Talk Day is an initiative from Mind and Rethink Mental Illness.


The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh SO50 9DE
Phone: 023 8065 2333