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3 Trees was founded in 1999 by qualified and experienced learning disability nurses when a clear need was identified to support individuals who were being excluded from certain social and community activities. Their knowledge and expertise enabled them to work with these individuals, thus providing a stimulating and rewarding service fulfilling the lives of the people whom they were supporting. This allowed our service users to engage within their communities and further enjoy a more rewarding fulfilling life style.
A fun healthy lifestyle programme for the whole family. Come along to find out more about healthy eating and doing more physical activity together as a family. We have food tasting sessions and family activity sessions. Take home our weekly recipes to try as a family to become an Alive N Kicking Master Chef!!
We run group programmes for children aged 5-11 years old and 12-16 years old. We also run one to one sessions for children who would prefer not to attend a group programme.
Our programmes are specifically for children who are above the healthy weight and as a family wanting to make healthy lifestyle changes together.
Do you or someone you know need support following a relationship breakdown?
Aquila Bristol is facilitated by a group of men and women who have all experienced broken relationships or divorce. The Aquila programme is run over an eight-week period and is a self-help course. Within a confidential, caring, friendly and supportive environment, participants have the opportunity to learn from their past experiences, discover & use coping strategies and understand the issues associated with relationship breakdown. However recently or long ago, if life is a bit tough right now we can help build a happier, more fulfilling future.
Aquila Bristol runs self-help courses for those who are hurting following a relationship breakdown or divorce. We currently run 4 evening courses a year in January, April & September in various locations in Bristol, S. Glos & N. Somerset.
Local authority sheltered housing for older and/or disabled people.
Rent as set by City Council.
Access to service via Southmead area housing office Tel: 0117 903 8705 (contact: Chris Millman, Resident Warden)
BUST, the Breast Cancer Unit Support Trust, the Bristol based charity founded by patients for patients to support the work of the Southmead Hospital Breast Care Centre.
BAWA is a healthcare, sports and leisure club in Filton
Bethany Southmead Baptist Church
Provides a range of activities:
-Bright Hour: A weekly Service of worship for women.
-Bi-monthly lunch for those who belong to Bright Hour. All ages are welcome. Meet Tuesdays 14:30.
-Chill and Chat: An informal group offering friendship and good quality second hand clothes. All ages welcome. Meet Thursdays 12:00 - 14:30pm.
-Friendship Circle: A monthly group which meets for a meal and a chatter. Access by invitation following a personal visit. Age range 60+ years.Meet Wednesdays 11:00 - 15:00. For Southmead area only if transport is needed. Limited to 30 members.
Open to all. Meets Sundays 10:45 and 15:30.
Fresh air, meet others and get some gentle exercise is a great way to improve well-being and confidence! Bike Minded run friendly group cycle rides across Bristol. We run beginner rides from the Greenway Centre once a month from May-Oct. We also offer free 1:1 cycle training if you haven't ridden in a long time (or ever) and would like to learn. All abilities welcome and we have bikes available to borrow. We will be cycling on quiet roads and cycle paths with a café pit stop for a cuppa.