9th July 2019 10:00 am – 2.00 pm @ The Park Centre, Daventry Road, Bristol BS4 1DQ
Community Access Support Service invites members of community, equalities and faith groups to join us for an interactive festival to explore wellbeing services in Bristol and try them out for yourselves!
What kinds of wellbeing services are available in Bristol? What happens in a mindfulness workshop? How does arts or music therapy help people feel better? Come along to the CASS Wellbeing Festival with any questions and prepare to get stuck in and find out what the sessions are all about!
Our event will:
- Increase community representatives’ knowledge and awareness of mental health services in Bristol, and give them confidence in signposting to services.
- Enable services have a greater understanding and awareness of the local groups and organisations in the Bristol area, and any specific needs they might have.
- Give all attendees the chance to network with people in other communities and meet organisations who can offer support to individuals and groups.
- Allow for questions and conversations with key strategic organisations in Bristol.
Vegetarian lunch and refreshments will be provided.
9.30am – Arrival, Registration and Sign-Up for activities
10.00am – Welcome
10.15am – 12.30pm – Activities, Q&As and Stalls
12.30 – 1.15pm – Networking Lunch & Sports Activities
1.15 – 1.50pm – Activities, Q&As and Stalls
1.50 – 2.00pm – Thanks and Close
Parking is available onsite and the venue is accessible via public transport: the number 91 and 92 bus service from town stop approximately 5 minutes away and the 96 bus service from Brislington stops right outside.
CASS are able to cover transport costs for unfunded community groups for whom transport would be a barrier to attending, please let us know if you need assistance on the booking form or email email@example.com if you have any queries.
For your ticket, please go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cass-wellbeing-festival-2019-tickets-61483965195
CASS may review the number of attendees from organisations in order to give priority to attendance from smaller community groups.