Barton Hill Settlement provides services, facilities, and community development to the communities of Barton Hill and surrounding areas of East Bristol.
People's Hive is the community involvement department offers local people three ways to participate in their community and bring about change, through the Community Work Team, the Time Bank and the Volunteer Unit.
A wide range of courses in dozens of subjects are available from the Workshop Project, including computer courses (basic and intermediate), Reiki, cookery, languages and arts.
Careers Advice and Guidance on learning opportunities
Computer Room. Open Access sessions most days
CAAAD (Community Action Around Alcohol and Drugs)
The Over 50s Project aims to assist, encourage, support and enable groups and individuals addresses some of the issues around health and well-being, nutritional and physical needs, benefits entitlement, housing and accommodation, and access to information and services.
Activities and services include a lunch club, shopping bus, courses, keep fit, and history group.
The Settlement runs the junior youth club at the nearby Dugout Club. Also activities during the summer holidays, after school activities such as an art club and drama club.
Please contact Rob House (Senior Play Worker) on 955 6971 to find out more.
Young Children and Families
The Family Playcentre, parent groups, reaching out groups based in the community, theme days for parents and children together, and crèche facilities.
Please contact Elaine Iles, Family Playcentre Manager, on 955 6971 to find out more.
The Community Work Team aims to encourage local people to participate in their community and particular areas of interest, support people to have an influence and control over local activities and services, identify unmet needs and try to meet them with new ideas.
The team currently supports a variety of tenant groups, community groups and activities. For example, supporting a campaign for a pelican crossing, supporting the setting up of a new residents' group in a particular street, family coach trips and summer camp, a weekly shopping bus, a group for people with a disability and loads more!
Please contact Gary Blake on 955 6971 to find out more.
Room Hire The Settlement has a number of rooms available for hire, by the hour or for longer periods, at reasonable rates.
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|Monday||From 09:00||To 17:00||Evening reception times vary according to activities|
|Tuesday||From 09:00||To 17:00||Evening reception times vary according to activities|
|Wednesday||From 09:00||To 17:00||Evening reception times vary according to activities|
|Thursday||From 09:00||To 17:00||Evening reception times vary according to activities|
|Friday||From 09:00||To 16:30||Evening reception times vary according to activities|
|Saturday||variable opening times|