Our aim is to provide support for people within the London Borough of Sutton who suffer from mental distress. Connection is a key part in everything we do, it helps us to form relationships and bonds which means we can offer support to those who need it.

We work together with our members to provide activities and support that meets people's needs. We hold community meetings where we encourage everyone to be involved in the way the we run the service. We facilitate informative monthly  "Signpost Sutton" sessions on various topics of interest which are also open to the wider community.


Belmont Connect

Belmont Connect is a place to socialise, find friendship and receive support in a friendly, relaxed and unstructured atmosphere. We have a team of trained and supportive staff and volunteers.

No formal referrals are required to become a member. For further information please get in touch.

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Opening hours

Mon - 10:30am to 3:00pm
Tues & Thurs 10:00am to 3:00pm
Fri - 10:30am to 2:30pm
Sun - 11:30am to 2:30pm

We offer a freshly cooked meal  (which varies daily), at a very reasonable cost. A vegetarian option is always available. We also offer tea, coffee, squash and snacks.

On fridays we serve fish or sausages with chips. Lunches need to be ordered before 11:30am and can be placed over the telephone as well as in person.

Sunday's member-led  session offers a set cooked breakfast which must be ordered before 1:00pm.


We offer a varied timetable of activities which include:

  • Arts & crafts;
  • Drama & music groups;
  • Mindfulness;
  • Yoga & zumba.

Please contact us for our latest timetable of activities.

We also have a selection of board games such as bingo, scrabble, chess and draughts. We have a snooker table and a table tennis table. A variety of newspapers are available on a daily basis.

There is no obligation to participate in any activities – you can do as much or as little as you wish.



Learning is one of the ways in which wellbeing can be enhanced. We provide opportunities for personal learning, such as:

  • Basic computer use;
  • Managing personal relationships;
  • How to work effectively in a group.

There are also a number of  ways to gain practical experience, you could try writing an article for our quarterly magazine. For more information go to our Voyager page.