Organisation Name
North Bristol Community Project

North Bristol Community Project (NBCP) is a local charity which aims to promote well-being through the provision of education, leisure and volunteer opportunities.
Our premises on the Gloucester Road, BS7 also offer affordable roon rental for meetings, co-working space and artists studio space.

Organisation Type
Registered Charity
This organisation provides support around
Socialising / Out and About Emotional Support Living, Learning, Working
This organisation provides support for
Children & Young People Disabled People Families Parents Older People Culturally Specific Adults Men's Health And Wellbeing Carers Women Homeless Offenders/Ex Offenders Refugees/Asylum Seekers Students Professionals / Practitioners People On Low Income Mental Health Issues Jobseekers
Is there a cost for these services?
Cost information

Formal courses starting this September ( Sewing and ESOL lunch Club) are free at the point of delivery, however to qualify for these learners will need to commit to 95% attendance over a 10 week period. Places are limited to 15 and 10 respectively, to ensure a place book early by e-mailing us.
We also run sewing, ESOL lunch club and IT on a drop in basis. A contribution towards materials/ tools, refreshment and equipment follows.

Do you offer concessions?
Concessions information

: Asylum seekers & Refugees FREE, on receipt of benefits £5, all others £10.

How can people access this service?
Self Referral
Business Hours
MondayFrom 10:00To 16:00
TuesdayFrom 10:00To 16:00
WednesdayFrom 10:00To 16:00
ThursdayFrom 10:00To 16:00
FridayFrom 10:00To 16:00
SaturdayFrom 10:00To 16:00
Out of hours answer machine

Primary Organisation Details

Primary Address Details

Address 1
160 Gloucester Road
Address 2

Organisation Contact Methods


Venue Address Details

Contact Details

Contact Name
Rita Gupta
Job title / Position
Project Manager

Venue Address Details

Contact Address Line 1
160 Gloucester Road
Contact Address Line 2
BS7 8Nt

Venue Contact Methods

Mobile Telephone


Service Descriptions


Well being sewing ESOL lunch Club Creative mixed mediaCollage group Comunity Cafe University of the 3rd age ( U3A) craft group Spanish / English Conversation exchange silver surfers IT group gardening men's shed Tapas & Tinto nights Hispanic cultural events after school arts club, print making workshops for families

Helpline Details

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Limitations and Associations

Limitations / Restrictions

The layout of the building and it's age makes it unsuitable to those with push chairs or wheelchairs.

Associations / Qualifications / Awards

All our teaching staff are well qualified, experienced educators.
We are working with Bristol City Council in order to offer accredited, vocational courses in the near future.


General Accessibility

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Access Questions

Are there bus stops nearby?
Approx. distance?
50 yds
Bus numbers?
Is there on-street parking in close proximity to the premises?

Internal Access

Are there internal steps?
If so, how many?
2 Flights of 10 to 1st & 2nd floor
Do these steps have a handrail?
Is there more than one floor at the premises?
Do visitors have access to a telephone?
Does the toilet have grab rails - 2x horizontal?
Does the toilet have grab rails - 1x drop-down?


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