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Menopause Cafe

The Menopause Cafe in Hoylake is a welcoming and supportive space for women to come together and discuss the challenges and experiences of menopause.

Menopause Cafe  July
Menopause Cafe  July
Jul 31, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Hosted at Chemist & Co, the cafe provides a safe and comfortable environment for women to share their stories, ask questions, and receive support from others who are going through similar experiences. Whether you're looking for information, advice, or simply a friendly ear, the Menopause Cafe is here to help.

Code of Conduct

Menopause Cafe, Participant’s Code of Conduct:


  1. Participants are expected to give time and space to other participants to share their experiences.

  2. No direct sales or multi-level marketing is permitted during these sessions. You are welcome to join us as a participant but not to do business. 

  3. Do not ask other participants for their contact details. Do not share your contact details unless you are happy for that person to contact you. (If you give your contact details to anyone, we cannot help resolve any issues that might arise.)

  4. Do not feel pressured to share medical details or experiences during the sessions.


Chemist & Co’s Pledge


To facilitate a Menopause Cafe as:


  • A discussion group. We don’t set agendas – discussion topics emerge and are shaped by participants.

  • It is open to everyone. Menopause impacts everyone, and all are welcome at a Café, including all ages and genders.

  • Impartial to the way ahead. Everyone’s menopause is unique, so our cafes are supportive spaces to help people learn, make sense of their journey, and consider options. They never promote a particular product or course of action.

  • Not for profit. Cafes are not about selling things, they are about participants supporting each other. We don’t charge people to come and have a chat.

  • Accessible, respectful and confidential space. All journeys and related choices are different –we listen to each other with curiosity, aiming to understand not necessarily to agree.

  • A place that is approachable - please talk to us if you have any issues about the sessions.


We will:

  1. Refuse to admit anyone who comes to the Cafe intoxicated


We reserve the right to:

  1. Refuse entry to anyone without a ticket

  2. Disinvite any participants who use the Cafe as a sales or marketing exercise.

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