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North Somerset Together is a portal created by North Somerset Council to bring together all relevant Covid-19 resources. It includes information both for individuals

Spontaneous volunteering groups get support from South Gloucestershire Council We’ve issued a range of information and guidance materials to support the increasing number of

Services need to improve how they provide care and treatment for people detained under the Mental Health Act (MHA) in a way that respects

Residents in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire are being asked to give their views on evening and weekend GP appointments to help develop

Here you can find out the latest about what’s going on with SEND services in Somerset. To keep up to date with newsletters please

Dr Amanda Owen-Smith will explore the relationship between need, demand, and service use when it comes to the provision of state-funded healthcare and explain

Have your say, Bristol domestic and sexual abuse services are going to be recommissioned. The new contracts will be in place by August 1st

The government has announced plans to roll out dedicated bereavement care, on the NHS across England, for people who have lost someone close to

South Gloucestershire Council is responsible for a range of services which your local area receives such as refuse collection and disposal, street cleaning, planning,

Bath and North East Somerset Council is currently reviewing the way it provides advocacy services. Independent advocacy is concerned with maximising people’s involvement in

You are invited to attend our next Bristol Older People’s OPEN FORUM MEETING, on Thursday 4 April 2019, 10:30 – 12.30 at Broadmead Baptist

The government’s review of services and support for autistic people is covering autistic children as well as adults for the first time. The review