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The Know Your Rights group are holding an open meeting and everyone is invited. The group supports people with Learning Disabilities or Autism living in Bristol, B&NES,

Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group has agreed to changes to reorganise and improve stroke services in the area. The plans,

The Care Forum’s Dialogue Team have launched a survey to find out what South Gloucestershire communities are experiencing in every day life which includes

The West of England Combined Authority has been awarded funding from the Department for Transport to trial innovative transport measures as part of the

January 6, 2022 Community Learning are offering a variety of short courses for adults living in North Somerset (minimum age 19) to help build

CQC’s Because We All Care campaign, jointly launched with Healthwatch England, encourages more people to speak up and feedback about their or a loved one’s care. The

Come and hear about the housing issues faced in Bristol and how the city collectively aims to respond.  Following on from the Mayor’s Conversation

What is Blue Monday? Blue Monday falls on the third Monday in January each year; this year it is on the 17th of January.

Yate is the only town in the South West where residents can recycle face masks and lateral flow tests. The local town council has

Village Agents link people in rural areas with advice and support services for independent living. This service is available in the rural areas of

Bristol Pride Community Fund has been created to provide opportunities and activities which enhance or improve the lives of LGBT+ people in Bristol and

The University of Bristol are looking for people who would like to join the ConnectED research study, either as Experts by Experience, or as