To celebrate Black History Month in October, Full Circle is hosting free reading meetings starting on the 13th of October and running for 5 weeks on Black British Poetry for anyone who is interested in learning more about the breadth and diversity of poetry from Britain’s many BME communities. Read more below.
This is a family event with a lot of performances and activities. The children’s athletics will available from 11am to 3:45pm.
Please refer to the details below for more information about the event:
The Old Bank, 108 Church Road,
Redfield, Bristol, BS5 9LH
Build and Design your own BMX project.
This 4 week course offers young people aged 16-25 who are not in education or employment the chance to build their confidence and improve their employability through learning new skills whilst being creative. At the end they will achieve an Arts Award qualification and take home their own BMX.
Contact details for more info:
Charlotte Chapman: 07436161985
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
This year The BME Youth Forum in partnership with City Academy will be celebrating Black History Month with a young people’s event which is being held here at City Academy Bristol on Saturday 4th October 12pm-4pm and you, reader, are invited.
For more details please feel free to contact :
Bev: email@example.com (Bristol Youth Forum)
or Aisha: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that during the jobsfair week – on the Friday (10th), Chris Mitchell and his team are working with a number of groups to run an Advice Day which is aimed at engaging the people of Easton and helping them overcome barriers to work. We do have a few spaces for that day (10-2.30pm) so if you work in Easton or have a service which would benefit people living in the area, they will find a way to squeeze you in!
Employment and Skills
Bristol City Council
St Georges Road
0117 92 22719
Find out more about the latest vacancies. (updated weekly)
The Princes Trust and Co-Exist Community Kitchen are running a new week long programme for young people who are interested in seeing what the cooking industry is all about. The course is available for anyone between the ages of 16-25 and not in education, employment or training.
Get Started in Cooking- September, Bristol
Taster Day: 17th September
Programme Dates: 22nd – 26th September
The programme offers the opportunities to:
Ø Get experience working in a community kitchen and developing cooking skills
Ø Gain practical skills used in the catering industry
Ø Gain a Food Hygiene Qualification
Ø Enjoy a fun week improving your teamwork, communication skills and confidence
Ø Get three months support after the programme to help you move into employment education or training
If you know anyone who is interested please do not hesitate to call or email Julia Palmer for more information.
To refer a young person, you can fill in the referral form attached and email this back to Julia on email@example.com with the contact details of the young person, or get them to give her a call on 07436 582 327.
Julia Palmer | Outreach Executive | The Prince’s Trust | Canningford House, Victoria Street, Bristol BS1 6BY | M: 07436 582 327 | T: 0117 929 4964
For more information, see The Restore Trust