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Bristol Impact Fund 2- Small grants round: now open The second Bristol Impact Fund (BIF 2); small grants round, continues to put communitybuildingat the forefront

We’re really pleased to be involved with supporting this fund. We have built a dedicated webpage to make it easier for those who have

The Bristol Impact Fund – small grant funding will open on the 8th March. We will be hosting some online information events to let

Marvin Rees, elected Mayor for Bristol, is inviting community workers from across City to a monthly conversation. It’s an opportunity to meet and influence

The Care Forum’s Dialogue Team in partnership with the Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire (BSW) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are promoting

South Gloucestershire Council would love to hear your feedback on proposals to improve walking, cycling and travelling by bus in the following areas: Thornbury and the

The Royal Voluntary Service are supporting the NHS to address the challenges faced when patients are ready to be discharged from hospital. They will

For help with urgent, but not life-threatening medical problems, contact NHS 111 first rather than going straight to A&E. When you contact 111, the

Many women still positive about their maternity care – but pandemic impacted on choice and involvement and increased concerns about postnatal support. The majority

The strategy sets out the Council’s vision and priorities for people of any age with a learning disability in South Gloucestershire for the period

This week is Kidney Cancer Awareness week and City Hall has been bathed in green light to raise awareness More information, including symptoms can

Bristol City Council are asking organisations and communities and Council departments to put forward proposals for potential projects for the Area Committee to consider