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Mental Health Centre and Art Gallery in Stockport, Manchester

Arc is an arts organisation and art gallery in Stockport specialising in mental health based at Hat Works, Wellington Mill, Stockport, Greater Manchester.

**Please note that the exhibition and Gallery Cafe are currently closed to visitors, and public in-person events and programmes are suspended until further notice.  Some online arts events are running – please check the events pages.
Some limited wellbeing programme sessions are running online and in-person, for which it is possible to refer on to. Please contact us via email if you have any queries.**

Find our postal address and contact details here. If you are visiting someone, coming for a meeting and or you are late for a workshop after 4pm and the shutters are closed, please press the doorbell to the right.

The Gallery Cafe is open to the public: CURRENTLY CLOSED
We are closed to the public: EVERY DAY

We apologise for the inconvenience, but contrary to our usual opening times we will be closed to the public on the following dates/times in 2021: EVERY DAY

Please follow our Facebook Page for further updates. For details about current and upcoming exhibitions, events and workshops at Arc Centre, please visit this page or see the list on Facebook.

You will find us at the following address;

Arc Centre,
Hat Works, Wellington Mill,
Wellington Road South,
Stockport, SK3 0EU.

We are accessed via the A6 entrance. You can find further contact details here.

How to find us

On foot
Nearby landmarks are Hat Works Museum, Stockport Library, the Garrick Theatre, Stockport Railway Station, Stockport Bus Station and Merseyway Shopping Centre.

By car

We are situated on the A6 and close to the M60 Stockport exit. For parking information, please see this document [PDF 84KB]. Most street parking around the centre is free past 6pm.

By bus or train
Arc Centre is a short walk from Stockport Town Centre and the railway and bus stations and has 192 bus stops nearby.
For further public transport information, please see this document [PDF 84KB] or visit the Transport For Greater Manchester website to plan your specific journey.

Click to view map in Google Maps or call us on 0161 480 7731 if you need assistance.