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This is the VCSE Directory, a comprehensive listing of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations in the Bristol area. If you don't see your own organisation listed, you can add your organisation to our directory.
We are an organisation with residents at the driving seat. We are working in partnership with public, private and voluntary sector organisations to make Lawrence Weston a better place.
Ancestors unKnown introduces new audiences to family history research and other untold histories
Positive activities and opportunities for children and young people in and around Bristol.
The Addiction Recovery Agency (ARA) has 25 years experience of providing specialist services for people with drug and/or alcohol issues. We provide a range of services including Advice and Guidance, Counselling, Structured Day Care, Supported Housing and Floating Support. In recent years services have been extended to include help for problem gamblers.
Our services are provided by a dedicated and committed team of staff and volunteers operating from our main locations in Bristol and... More
The Arkbound Foundation is a charity that aims to widen access to literature and improve diversity within publishing.
We run projects that empower people from disadvantaged backgrounds and deprived communities to get their voices heard, supporting books with important social and environmental themes. We mentor aspiring authors so that they can produce books that are widely read and which dispel negative stereotypes, whilst seeking to build resilience for the most excluded communities... More
Heritage charity, cemetery, community space, venue hire, museum.
Artists First is a nationally recognised group of/for experienced Disabled artists with learning difficulties. We meet weekly to make art and develop our artistic/studio practises. We exhibit locally, regionally and nationally and have recently been awarded funding to archive and celebration our 25+ years our existence.
Arts and Health South West is a free membership based organisation launched in June 2006 that aims to: provide information and support for those working in the Arts and Health sector in the region, encourage partnerships between health and arts professionals, support the professional development of people working in the sector and raise the profile of the arts and health sector.
We promote Arts and Artists to help increase awareness of them and their work.
Ashley Down After School Club is a not-for-profit organisation providing affordable, quality child care for children aged 4 to 11. We run every evening after school from 3:15pm to 5:45pm, collecting children from the Ashley Down Infant and Primary Schools at Downend Road and Brunel Field. We are based at Horfield United Reformed Church at the corner of Downend Road and Muller Road.
We are able to cater for 48 children per session, with a maximum of 12 children from Brunel Field (due... More