The Julian Trust Night Shelter, also known as the Bristol Night Shelter, is located in premises in Little Bishop Street, on the edge of St Pauls in Bristol.
In the Night Shelter the facilities for guests comprise a large dormitory with eighteen emergency beds, a dining area, bathrooms with toilet and shower facilities. There is also a kitchen, stores, laundry and offices. There are separate facilities for volunteers that include a lounge, bedroom, toilet and shower facilities.
The Night Shelter is open five nights every week throughout the year where a warm welcome and a hot meal awaits homeless people and rough sleepers. On most nights it is used by between 80 to 100 guests who are served dinner between 9.30pm and 10.30pm. Overnight guests only are served breakfast at 6.30am before the shelter closes at 7.30am. When requested by overnight guests, we provide a laundry service and try to provide clean alternative clothes where needed (depending on donations); other services available include a regular weekly visit from St John Ambulance and St Mungos Outreach workers.
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|Monday||From 21:30||To 07:30|
|Tuesday||From 21:30||To 07:30|
|Wednesday||From 21:30||To 07:30|
|Friday||From 21:30||To 07:30|
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