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by sarahb last modified 09/10/2019 02:51 PM

'KickStart' your community project

by sarahb last modified 09/10/2019 02:51 PM
'KickStart' your community project

Bristol Samba meet weekly at Trinity

Gentle Dance group for over 55's meet weekly at Trinity and are supported through the Community Kickstart project. Photo @Khali Ackford

We are offering local residents free usage of our hall spaces and small amounts of funding to start community activities. The initiative is open to groups that are not in receipt of funding and do not have a regular meeting space.

We also want to support those inspired individuals in our communities who have an idea and the passion to start an activity that is lacking in their community or neighbourhood. Examples of activities that we have hosted include dance, art, craft,fitness, tea mornings, gardening and bingo - but we open for many more ideas.

If you live in BS2 or BS5 and have a idea you would like to develop then get in touch with Activities Coordinator Claire Goulding or come along to our Feast Night Nov 3.

We are what you make us, so #makethespace and #getinvolved

The Community Kickstart project is funded by Awards for all

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