Bristol Disability Equality Forum – Making Change Happen is a new peer support project run by and for Disabled and older residents in Bristol.
Do you feel left out and that your voice is not heard? Bristol Disability Equality Forum are holding some drop ins across Bristol this March so you can meet other people, talk about the issues that affect you and how you can change things in your area of Bristol.
About Making Change Happen
The project will set up four new groups across Bristol and each group will meet once a month. The aim is to spread the four monthly meet-ups so that, in one area or another, there is a meet up almost every week. What each group does will be decided by its members. They might want to socialise and meet new people; share experiences, advice and information; discover support and activities in their area; or address local issues. Whatever they decide to focus on, each group will be supported by a Forum Development Worker and at least one local volunteer.
Please join us at one of our drop ins:
Friday 22 March, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
The Cafe, Gatehouse Centre, Harclive Road, BS13 9JN
Wednesday 27 March, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
The Watershed Cafe, Harbourside, BS1 5TX
Thursday 28 March, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Henbury and Brentry Community Centre, Machin Road, BS10 7HG
Who can attend?
The groups are open to Disabled people, older people and people who live with mental distress or a physical health condition.
The groups are free to attend. For more information contact Mike Steel email@example.com or call 0117 914 0528