Event Runs: 8 - 12 May 2017

Extra Events In Bristol

Golden Key Workshop: Tuesday 9 May 2017

Golden Key is running a workshop to help people learn practical tools to help them through anxiety and depression. The event will take place at Lawrence Weston Youth Centre, Long Cross, Bristol, BS11 0RX between 12pm - 2pm. Call 0117 9166 551 for details.


An Audience with Will Self: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Join us for an evening with Will Self, one of the UK's leading authors, broadcasters and journalists. The issues surrounding homelessness and mental health will be discussed and there will be a question and answer session hosted by Will.

Will regularly appears on radio and television programmes such as Newsnight and Question Time, sharing his forcefully expressed, insightful and sometimes controversial opinions on a wide range of social and political matters. All monies raised through this event will go towards the SOS Bristol Campaign which is providing 70 emergency bed spaces for people sleeping rough in Bristol.

To purchase tickets please visit Fundsurfer. Tickets are priced at £10 each.


Survive and Thrive Coffee Morning: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Hartcliffe Health and Environment Action Group (HHEAG) and Positive Minds are running a Survive and Thrive Coffee Morning at the Roundhouse in Hartcliffe. Have a look at the new healing garden, try your hand at some whittling and plant some seeds to take away with you. Access is available through the green gates, next to 119 Crosscombe Drive, BS13 0DA and the event will take place between 10.30am and 1pm. If you're interested please call Helen on 0788 066 1239.

Recovery Café: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Sometimes just relaxing with like-minded people can help you wellbeing. Visit the Recovery Café at the Lawrence Weston Baptist Church to meet the Recovery College Team and try taster exercises over coffee and cake. The event will take place between 9.30am and 12pm at Long Cross, Lawrence Weston, Bristol, BS11 0LU. Email Joanne.ambition@gmail.com to book your place.


Getting Back into Being Active: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Take part in Walking Netball and Walking Football, they're a great way to get back into sport or activity if you haven't exercised for a while! Come along to Glencoyne Square, Southmead between 11am - 3pm to take part. For more information visit The Mead.


Health Fair: Wednesday 10 May 2017

Junction 3 Library (Lower Ashley Road, BS5 0FJ) will be running a Health Fair from 2pm - 4pm. Find out more about health groups and charities in the local area with stalls and information.


Feel Good Day: Saturday 13 May 2017

Come and join us in Barnard Park Library and Community Centre on Crow Lane (BS10 7DS) for lots of fun health and wellbeing activities for the whole family. The event will take place between 10am and 4pm. For more information call Wendy on 07933 155 091.


Free Personal Development Course: 8 - 14 May 2017

Marina Morris is delivering free personal development courses for local residents in Lawrence Weston and the surrounding area. There will be a number of art exhibitions taking place across Lawrence Weston between 8 and 14 May, giving you the chance to take part in painting at community venues across the area.


CASS' display of community profiles

How do you make time for yourself? Check out CASS' display of community profiles at Horfield Library and hear how local people relax and unwind in their busy lives. The project is about celebrating things that are good for our wellbeing and ensuring that we make time for them. Hear from people across North Bristol and be inspired!


Art4Change: 8 - 14 May 2017

Art4Change is a project aimed at giving disadvantaged sections of the community the opportunity to gain self-confidence, transferable skills and to feel valued, by creating and exhibiting art work that draws attention to a wide range of social issues.

The initial exhibition focused on the increasing issue of homelessness and the art work was created by people who have been homeless. This is aimed at enabling people involved to have their say, maybe for the first time, about how homelessness has affected them personally.

The project has evolved into a new interactive exhibition on mental health and homelessness. Come and join the conversation at Cabot Circus from 8 - 14 May.