About No. 65 High Street

No. 65 High Street is a ‘place connecting people’ with support, advice and activities provided by a diverse network of groups and organisations. Once a shop, then known as Youth House we are an informal and welcoming community venue at the heart of the high street.

What do we do?

No. 65 is an idea as well as a place: our ethos is that health and wellbeing is made in communities not hospitals and we are here to be a resource to anyone and everyone. Led by the Town Council and volunteers, we have close and collaborative relationships with the NHS and North Somerset Council as well as local community support groups and organisations, all of whom are here to help.

Come and see whether we can help with any of your questions or maybe you would like to join one of the groups based here. We will always do our best to help.

When it is realistic for normal activities to return to No. 65 the opening hours for drop-in will be:

Monday to Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday 9am-1pm

Contact details:


07934 291670

The No. 65 Contact Database

1st Step Advice on NSC Services and support Weekly
2nd Step Wellbeing Cafe Fortnightly
Alliance Homes Young Carers Fortnightly
Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Group Weekly
Backwell Camera Club Regular & ad hoc
Better Nailsea Monthly
Boomsatsuma Daily (term-time)
Cancer Café Monthly
Citizens Advice North Somerset (CANS) Twice weekly
Contemporary Craft Collective Ad hoc
Crafternoons Weekly
Epilepsy and Seizure Group Monthly
FOREAL Youth Club 3 times per week
Hidden Histories Monthly
Let’s Talk (Mental Health) Fortnightly
Mixed Spice@65 Poetry Group Monthly
Moorend Spout Nature Group Regular and ad hoc
Nailsea in Bloom Ad hoc
North Somerset Active Lifestyles Ad hoc
North Somerset Adoption Service Ad hoc
North Somerset Memory Service Ad hoc
Parkinsons support group Ad hoc
Quilters Weekly
Spectrum@65 Art Group Fortnightly
Switching service Daily
Techno-Timid service Daily
Terracycle Daily
Town Councillor surgeries Monthly
We Are Aware (mental health) Fortnightly
Wellspring Counselling Weekly and ad hoc
West of England Centre for Inclusive
Living (WECIL) craft group
Fortnightly. Alternative group may be created
post lock-down subject to funding