Welcome to the Grapevine Wellbeing Centre
Welcome to the Grapevine Wellbeing Centre

About the Grapevine

The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre is a registered charity and is open to all individuals who require support and help with their wellbeing and mental health considerations.  It is a resource centre hosting and providing access to a wide range of helpful services, activities and support. ​We have a team of volunteers who are always happy to listen in a non-judgemental person-centred way and help out where they can.  They can also refer you in the right direction and guide you to the most suitable alternative services.

The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre is located at 15, Scarsdale Place, Buxton and is OPEN Every Weekday and Saturday between 12.30pm - 3.30pm. 
Drop in for a drink and to catch up with Grapevine news, charitable events and High Peak Self Help Groups.

Please help the Wellbeing Centre by making a donation

​The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre is a voluntary organisation and registered charity, donations whether small or large are accepted and put to good use for the wellbeing of our service users and members. You can make a donation in a safe and secure way using the charity checkout link below.

Funding for the Grapevine Wellbeing Project

The Grapevine Wellbeing Project has submitted the Mid-point Monitoring Report and hope to receive the third payment from The People's Health Trust. We believe that we are on the way to achieving the project outcomes and we are within the project budget.

We thank all the people who have been involved in the project and a special thanks to the members of the steering committee who have made such a difference to the Wellbeing Project. We will be undertaking further surveys of our members to develop more self-help groups and  to recruit volunteer facilitators.

New Pictures from the Allotment

The Cottage Garden in full bloom and the Wild Flower Meadow has got some large and small poppies. The start of the willow arch can be seen on the left of the Cottage Garden and a some more willows have been planted on the right of the Wild Flower Meadow. Hopefully it will grow to form a willow arch in the future.

It has been a good year at the allotment with many vegetables ready to be harvested. We have potatoes, tomatoes, pumpkins, squash, corn on the cob, peas and beans. Bright Opportunities have been working on the Sensory Garden and were painting the bench yesterday in all the colours of the rainbow.

Summer Opening at the Allotment  

Come and join our project workers Jean and Janet at the allotment which is open on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, weather permitting.  The allotment is currently used by Bright Opportunities and Moore Care as well as members from the Grapevine Wellbeing Centre. Aspire and the Volunteer Centre have constructed a wheelchair friendly path which leads to two raise beds they  plan to be at the allotment on Tuesday and Friday.​

The allotment is open to all the community and we would make you welcome 

Please press the link below to see the latest pictures of the Community Allotment 

Take a look around, come get involved and rediscover your health and wellbeing!

Please drop in between 12:30pm and 3:30pm  for advice in a safe and supportive environment, enquire about any referrals, meet likeminded people and participate in a group session

The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre is a Safe Place

The Grapevine is a registered Safe Place under Derbyshire County Council, this means when an individual is out and about in the community and may feel vulnerable they can feel safe in the knowledge help is at hand whenever they see the ‘Safe Place” logo.

Grapevine Open on Saturdays

The Grapevine is a registered Safe Place under Derbyshire County Council, this means when an individual is out and about in the community and may feel vulnerable they can feel safe in the knowledge help is at hand whenever they see the ‘Safe Place” logo.

Grapevine Community Allotment 
A Memorial Seat in Tribute to Pete Allsop 

The Community Allotment has been graced with a bench as a lasting memory to Pete Allsop. We have decided to put a plaque on the bench to say

"He created this beautiful garden from a wilderness".

We have asked Pete's wife Jean if she will attend the dedication of the bench in Pete's memory. 

The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre is advocating Connect to Recovery
Supporting 5 Ways to Wellbeing

Get Signed up!

Drop-in and be a member of a supportive group who will offer you the following benefits.
  • Friendly, confidential, safe and welcoming environment
  • Free advice, guidance and support
  • ​Free participation in group sessions
  • Free quarterly Newsletter packed full of current happenings, service user space, guest articles and a calendar of upcoming events
  • Loyalty Card (6 drinks + 1 free) and discounts
  • Free Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • All for just £1

Looking for Experience in Mental Health?

The Grapevine Wellbeing Centre has lots of different volunteering opportunities at the centre and allotment.  Come and apply and get involved.

Current Blogs



1 day ago
RT @BuxtonTownSNT: Officers are in Spring Gardens raising awareness about Hate Crime, Home security and Personal safety #hatecrimeawareness…
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Preparing to celebrate #Diwali today in the Grapevine. Marking the triumph of light over darkness #buxton… t.co/…
2 days ago
Great to have a visit by 2 of our local PCSO's today to give us loads of information on internet safety & scams.… t.co/…
2 days ago
Keeping busy at today's drop-in. One member is knitting a beautiful scarf in very autumnal colours. #mentalhealth… t.co/…
2 days ago
RT @BuxtonRBL: Poppy season is approaching, we need volunteers to help. Contact our Organiser Allan on: 0129827450 or the deputy Craig on:…

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A Massive Thank You to our current funders

We thank those who have supported us, our service receivers for their feedback and to those who have made charitable donations