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Charity Action for Blind People has launched an online community for people affected by sight loss, their families, friends and carers. Known as Action Connect,

Bath and North East Somerset Council would like to engage with local residents, communities and providers, on its draft Healthy Weight Strategy. They welcome

South Gloucestershire Council would like everyone to let us know what they think about the: dementia, carers and falls consultations by completing a  questionnaire

Having a bad day leaflet for young people with low mood. Find out more about the Reframe Counselling service in North Somerset see: flyer

New 24 hour national LGBT hate crime helpline, Stop Hate UK – Freephone 0808 801 0661 Local services: In Bristol, the Bristol Hate Crime

WOMEN’S DROP-BY   Alcohol information/coffee/chat FRIENDLY AND CONFIDENTIAL  FRIDAY MORNINGS 10 a.m. — 12 noon at Boston Tea-Party  293 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, BS7 8PE

Bristol Multi Faith Forum and Healthwatch Bristol ask ‘How can Faith Communities and Mental Health Professionals best work together?’ Tuesday 9 June 6.30-8.30pm, Terrace

Tuesday 9 June at 2 – 4pm.  As part of the Council’s consultation on its draft Single Equality Plan South Gloucestershire DEN has organised

Avon and Bristol Law Centre – Community Care Network Wednesday 3 June, 2 – 4.30pm.  The meeting will include a presentation and discussion from

The Maternity Review Secretariat is pleased to announce that the National Maternity Review Report has been published 23 February 2016 and is available at

Healthwatch Bristol has been busy working with children and young people to create Young Healthwatch in Bristol, and now we want to share what

please see attached The Hive’s annual report