You can’t underestimate the power of a coffee and a chat.
Now a new pop-up cafe is offering the people of Cork an invitation to enjoy a cuppa while taking part in a range of relaxing evening activities that support mental wellbeing.
Lidl Ireland’s new pop-up, The Bakery, opened on Kyle Street this week.
The cute counter is selling Lidl’s bakery goods in aid of its charity partner Jigsaw, which provides free, confidential and professional support to young people between the ages of 12 and 25.
Delicious coffee & incredibly edible treats @lidl_ireland & @JigsawCork pop-up cafe & bakery! Have a coffee/cake or buy a ticket for some lovely events til Sunday. No better way to enjoy some down time & support youth mental health #cork #youthmentalhealth https://t.co/8hmfUcbuxI pic.twitter.com/PZCJSIF0Ad
— Órfhlaith McLoughlin (@OrfMcL) September 6, 2018
Jigsaw’s #OneGoodAdult campaign encourages young people to confide in one adult in their life, be it a parent, sibling or teacher, to gain support and advice.
Not only is it for a good cause, but it’s a bargain too; pastries start at 50c and you can nab yourself a latte for €1.50.
Evening activities will be open for all to get involved; from meditation and acoustic evenings to laughter yoga, Singalong Socials and more.
Booking is required and spaces for activities in Cork are limited so nab a ticket (from €7.50) here.