“Happy Holidays” from Full Circle @Docklands!

We would like to thank everyone for the generous support received this year financial and otherwise.

The office will be closed from Wednesday 23rd of December 2015 to Sunday 3rd of January 2016.

It will reopen on Monday 4th of January 2016 and we will be back with our various activities from the 12th of January 2016.

Make sure you keep in touch to stay updated on what’s on next year.

We wish you all the best for the Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year 2016!

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International Women’s Day 2015 is on March 7th!

International Women’s Day is on March 7th from 11am to 5pm and there is a diverse programme including a drama workshop with playback theatre group Breathing Fire, participate in a group weaving project to capture local women’s words and advice, join a puppet making workshop or participate in a sing-along with local voice coach Jules Olsen, Indoor static cycling challenge, Local poet Vanessa Kisuulen and much more.

The day will focus on breaking barriers and building bridges, the opportunity to speed meet other like-minded women, Netwalking around the Docks plus the Breeze cycle ride – a cycle tour of Bristol women’s history.

For more information visit:


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“Season’s Greetings” from Full Circle @Docklands!

As the year ends, Full Circle Youth & Family Project would like to thank YOU reader for the support and also everyone who has contributed to our expansion.

Make sure you stay in touch to find out more about what’s happening next year.

We will be back with our activities from the week starting on the 12th of January 2015.

Read more about what’s happening at Docklands.

We wish you all the best for the Holiday Season and a prosperous New Year!

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The Mental Health Impact of Domestic Violence – 11th December

Bristol Women’s Voice is organising a series of talks for their Health Forum.

The first talk is on 11th December 2014 will be looking at the Mental Health Impact of Domestic Violence, with guest speakers – Dr. Emma Williamson from the Centre of Gender and Violence Research at the University of Bristol and Self Injury Support, a national organisation that supports girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm.

To register your attendance, book a free place online here or email info@bristolwomensvoice.org.uk

Further talks on a variety of women’s health topics are being scheduled for the New Year.

They are able to support individuals with childcare and transport costs – please get in touch with them on 07972 673782 for more information.

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My Enterprise! – A 5-Day Enterprise Course

CCBED will be running introductory business start-up and enterprise development courses from the 24th November 2014. The introductory courses (Level 1 & 2) are accredited and specifically designed to cater for the needs as well as empower under-represented groups in society e.g. migrants, disabled and older people and the unemployed. Some of their course modules include Managing Your Time, Problem Solving, Exploring Enterprise and Creative Thinking.

On Thursday the 13th of November 2014, CCBED are giving interested learners (16+), voluntary sector service providers, public sector agencies and other interested partners the opportunity to find out more about CCBED, their SFEDI programmes and the initial introductory courses on offer through an Open Day. See below for further information about the Open Day.

· Enquiries Prior To Open Day: 0117 329 0717 or email info@c-cbed.com
· More About CCBED: www.c-cbed.com

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Afrika Eye Film Festival on Nov 7th – 9th

Taking place at Watershed this year, the 2014 Afrika Eye Film Festival presents a festival with a focus on South Africa’s 20 years of democracy during 3 days of inspirational screenings & events for everybody to enjoy.

Programme Highlights:

– Hear ME Move Film (Fri 7 Nov at 20:30), South Africa’s very first dance film, which will be followed by an always buzzing Afterparty (from 22:45 in the Café/Bar) featuring the queen of South African jazz, singer Pinise Saul.

– Contributions Africa has made to World War I (WW1 and present day black soldiers, Sat 8 Nov at 10:00)

– A Cannes Film Festival award-winning account of the early days of a jihadist takeover ( Timbuktu (2014 film))

– A timely look at the effects of decolonization in the 60s and 70s ( Concerning Violence, Sat 8 Nov at 15:10)

– An unflinching examination of the legacy of the late Nelson Mandela (Nelson Mandela: The Myth and Me, Sat 8 Nov at 19:00)

– Look (and listen!) out for the sounds of South Africa in the Harbourside as Pinise Saul leads a community choir in song (Ferry Boat Choir + Sing Out For Africa, Sat 8 Nov from 10:30).

Want to find out more? Click here

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