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Charities unite to provide a network of free debt advice

created by Lauren Moore published on 12 January 2017

With money being tight, many people are finding it harder than ever make ends meet.  This could mean more debt, being unable to pay bills or simply not understanding what money you have a right to.  Responding to the struggle are 7 charities in Gloucestershire, Bristol and surrounding areas who have partnered up to offer a free debt advice service called ‘Money Advice West’.

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Christmas - Bristol Mental Health Services

created by Bruce published on 02 December 2016

Invaluable document produced by Bristol CCG with opening times of mental health services in Bristol over the Christmas period. http://bristolmentalhealth.org/media/850424/mental-health-services-available-over-christmas.pdf

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Christmas 2016 Opening / Press release

created by David published on 01 December 2016

Health information telephone service opening hours over Christmas The Well Aware freephone telephone information service will be open on weekdays from 9am to 4.30pm throughout Christmas and the New Year, apart from the Bank Holidays on Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 December and Monday 2 January. Well Aware is the free health and wellbeing information website (www.wellaware.org.

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Christmas Events - Let us know

created by Bruce published on 24 November 2016

Christmas can be an incredibly lonely time for some, one of the reasons why at Well Aware we endeavour to list as many events as possible on our website. So if you are running event during the Christmas holidays, or know of an event, please get in touch with the Well Aware team on 0808 808 5252.

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Keep warm and well in your home - funding available

Keep warm and well in your home - funding available created by Bruce published on 27 October 2016

Warm and Well, a project run by the charity Severn Wye Energy Agency, is currently in receipt of funding from South Glocestershire Council to target vulnerable homeowners and private tenants in South Gloucestershire, particularly those who have children under 16 (or aged 16-20 and in full time education - but not higher education), and who are in receipt of certain means tested benefits.

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