Carers Support Centre provides a range of practical services for carers of all ages in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
Tel: 0117 965 2200
Dementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia, cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future.
We work with disadvantaged people and those who need a bit of extra help to be able to live independently.
Tel: 01454 868750
Tel: 0800 0733011 (free)
An independent registered charity that supports struggling families, with at least one child under five, living in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
Changing the face of domestic abuse support services.
Tel: 0800 4700 280
The foodbank provides emergency food and support to local people in crisis.
The Candle, 88 Station Road, Yate BS37 4PH
Tel: 01454 273560
Tel: 07512 523343
The Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire branch of Remap, a national charity that provides custom-made equipment for disabled people.
We are the Bristol/South Gloucestershire Group and part of a national charity for those affected by Retinitis Pigmentosa. RP is the largest cause of blindness in those of working age. We work to raise awareness of the condition & the charity and provide fundraising.
Our objectives are “to provide care, support and resettlement to local homeless young people to help them find and maintain independent accommodation.”
SGYH provides an intensive housing management service for single and vulnerable 16 to 25 year-old young people, with support for residents in their personal and social development in order to enable them to move onto independent living and accommodation. We run a hostel, training flats and move on accommodation.
Accommodation at Andrew Millman Court, Station Road, Yate BS37 4AQ
Tel: 0117 935 2881
Yate Men’s Shed is a community-based organisation that provides a venue for members of our community to meet in a friendly and convivial environment away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, to pursue their practical hobbies / interests and to socialise. Our members have a broad spectrum of skills and interests which we are able to share and expand on.
We hold two afternoon sessions a week at Yate Parish Hall, Station Road, where members can use the workshop facilities or just drink tea and have a chat. The sessions help reduce loneliness and isolation, but most importantly, they are fun.
Men typically find it more difficult to build social connections than women, and unlike women many men may have a limited network of friends with whom they can share personal worries and concerns. Whilst not the case for all men, for many, when retirement eventually comes, it can feel like their personal identity and purpose is lost. The Men’s Sheds community helps to change this by reducing feelings of isolation and loneliness, enabling members to gain a new sense of purpose and belonging.
So, if you would like to join us, do come along or give us a call you would be very welcome.
Yate Parish Hall, Station Road, Yate BS37 4PQ