Health Matters events are free public talks hosted by consultants or senior managers on specialist areas of health, or on issues affecting hospitals.
Bristol Meets the World invites over 50s to a cookery event on Wednesday 6th March, 10.30am-2pm and The Vassall Centre.
Bristol Wellbeing College offers free mental health courses, workshops and wellbeing activities across a number of locations in Bristol. You can enrol now on a number of courses and workshops running between March and May.
Do you care for a relative or friend in Bristol? If so, you are warmly invited to our next get-together for carers!
Current status: Bookings are now closed.
Programme: Now available on our event page.
Do you care for someone who is over 55, or has stroke, dementia, a movement disorder, or osteoporosis?
Are you based in Bristol, South Gloucestershire or North Somerset?
Give Bristol Ageing Better your views on the Age Friendly Action Plan.
On Tuesday 26th June, parent carers and professionals come together to help design services and improve support for your child (0-25 yrs) with special educational needs / disabilities. Recent changes to SEN support have been completed and there will be a chance to tell Bristol Parent Carers what is working well and where improvements are needed.
The New World of SEN Participation Event | Tuesday 26 June
Organised by Bristol Parent Carers
Looking at the support required by your child/young person (0-25) with special educational needs / disabilities
Bristol’s hugely popular annual Walk Fest is back.
The celebration of walking and walks throughout the city is set to take place from 1st-31st May to May 2018.
Ask Listen Do is an NHS project to make it easier for people to give comments and make complaints.
What will University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust‘s hospitals look like in five years’ time? An opportunity to have your say on the future direction of the Trust. This public event is part of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust’s series of Health Matters events.
We’re working with Bristol Wellbeing College to run 3 FREE events for carers in central Bristol. These are informal and welcoming; with information from professionals, a wellbeing workshop, and Indian head and hand massage. There will be tea and cakes and the chance to talk to other carers too.
South Gloucestershire Council’s Public Health and Wellbeing Division are working with other partners to develop more integrated and accessible healthy lifestyle and wellbeing services and support. They want to hear your views on what a new service model should look like.
They are hosting three stakeholder workshops in January for anyone interested in helping to shape services for the future. If you are interested please register via the link below:
Wednesday 17th January, 1.30-3.30pm, The Batch, Warmley
Thursday 18th January, 10am-12.00pm, Coniston Community Centre, Patchway
Wednesday 24th January, 6.30-8.30pm, South Gloucestershire Council Offices, Badminton Road, Yate
You only need to attend one of these events. Three have been put on in order that as many people as possible can be involved.
For further information please contact:
Tel: 01454 864005
Bristol Wellbeing College are holding a free wellbeing event for carers.