Day shelter

*Borderlands will no longer be running their Monday and Tuesday drop-in sessions. They will be offering take away meals to all refugees and asylum-seekers in lieu of their drop-in next Tuesday lunchtime.*

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*Borderlands will no longer be running their Monday and Tuesday drop-in sessions. They will be offering take away meals to all refugees and asylum-seekers in lieu of their drop-in next Tuesday lunchtime.*

Day shelter

*Bristol Methodist Centre is currently closed in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic*

 

 

 

 

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*Bristol Methodist Centre is currently closed in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic*

BOSH Cafe

*Docklands is closed in relation to the Co-vid 19 pandemic, the drop-in centre is being replaced with food outreach every Sunday at the Tesco Metro, Union Street at 10am*

 

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*Docklands is closed in relation to the Co-vid 19 pandemic, the drop-in centre is being replaced with food outreach every Sunday at the Tesco Metro, Union Street at 10am*

Caring at Christmas Project

This seasonal day shelter provides spaces for up to 150 people to enjoy food, showers, social activities, signposting for advice, access to health care, and entertainment from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day. Run by Caring in Bristol.

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Open access at the Trinity Centre

Wild Goose Drop-In Centre

The Wild Goose café is currently closed for refurbishments (for more information, see here).

There is a replacement pop-up service that‘ll be open 10.30 -12.30 at Stapleton Road Chapel every weekday. Hot/cold drinks and light snacks available.

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Stapleton Rd Chapel, Newton Street, Bristol, BS5 0QZ.

Wild Goose Café Pop-up Service

The Wild Goose café is currently closed for refurbishments (for more information, see here).

There is a replacement pop-up service that‘ll be open 10.30 -12.30 at Stapleton Road Chapel every weekday. Hot/cold drinks and light snacks available.

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Stapleton Rd Chapel, Newton St, Bristol, BS5 0QZ.

Day shelter

One25’s drop-in is a woman-only space where women who are trapped in, or at risk of, street sex work gain practical and emotional support; from basic needs (a hot shower, launderette, free clothing, nutritious lunch) to expert advice and crisis care from a caseworker or visiting professional

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Ring the door of the Grosvenor Centre between 12.30 and 3.30pm on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday.

Day centre - drop in cafe for marginalized

We offer a peaceful friendly cafe with free meals for the homeless , a Foodbank, a Prayer Room and supportive staff

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Tuesdays to Fridays 9:30 am to 3 pm

Bristol Citadel

The Salvation Army seeks to provide practical support to homeless families and families in crisis through its community and family centre.

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The Salvation Army
6 Ashley Road
Bristol
BS6 5NL

Referral only

The Salvation Army - Bristol Easton Corps

A variety of needy people make their way to our premises every Monday morning to be helped. From 9.30 the centre is open for coffee, tea and toast. A two or three course lunch is then provided for up to 50 people at midday. Most weeks a food parcel is also given out, and clothes may be available.

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01179551600

bristol.easton@salvationarmy.org.uk

http://sabristoleaston.org.uk/

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