What's On guide 18th-25th June 2018

What's On guide 18th-25th June 2018
Posted By: Rebecca Hine - Programme Administrator, 20th June

Affected by Detention: Photography exhibition at The Island

Photography work by 3 individuals who have all been affected in different ways by immigration and detention.

The work will be accompanied by the words and voices of those from the project.

What goes on in our immigration system and inside detention is often kept very hidden and those with experience are not always able to speak out.

Those involved all had very different approaches to the work they made and responses to their individual experience of immigration and detention. This exhibition is a chance to hear directly from those who have been impacted.
When: 18th - 24th June 12pm - 5.30pm
**PREVIEW on 18th JUNE 7PM**
Where: SPACE, 6 West Street, Old Market, BS2 0BH
How to get there: Buses 48 and 49
Cost: Free
Contact: 0117 376 3457 / facebook event

 


The Great Dog Walk
You are invited to join us for a leisurely dog walk on the Downs in central Bristol. It is a circular walk lasting up to one -hour but you can stop at any point and return to the cafe. It is FREE to attend.

You don't even need a dog to take part. It's for everyone,all ages and abilities, to enjoy the company of dogs and their companions to promote wellbeing.
When: 23rd June 10-11am
Where: We shall be meeting outside Cafe Retreat, the Downs cafe next to the water tower on Stoke Rd, Durdham Down, Bristol BS9 1FG
How to get there: Buses 1,2,4 and 9
Cost: Free
Contact: www.greatdogwalktogether.com / facebook event

 

Walking Rugby

An all abilities opportunity to try or return to slow paced rugby related fun and games!
When: Monday 10-11:30am
Where: Broad Plain RFC, BS3 5AZ
How to get there: Bus 90
Cost: £3/£4
Contact: darmstrong@bristolrugby.co.uk


Walking Netball
An indoor all abilities opportunity to try or return to slower paced netball fun and games!
When: Monday 12-1pm
Where: Kingswood Leisure Centre, BS16 4RH
How to get there: Buses 6 and 49
Cost: £3/£4
Contact: lbunce@bristolrugby.co.uk


Internet Café drop in
Use our tablets or laptops, or bring your own technology to get support and learn how to make the most it.
We can help with things like;
Staying safe online
Internet shopping
Social media
Communicating by email, skype, on social media
Taking photographs
Downloading and using apps
Tea/coffee and biscuits provided.

When: Every Wednesday 10:30-12:30
Where: Beehive Centre, 19A Stretford Rd, Bristol BS5 7AW
How to get there: Buses 6, 7  
Cost:  £3
Contact: e-mail enquiries@thebeehivebristol.co.uk / 0117 9354471

Volunteering

Community Navigator volunteers
North Bristol Advice Centre
www.northbristoladvice.org.uk
Hours: 3 to 4 hours per week
Location: Bristol
Details of Role: Our community navigator project, connecting older people with their communities, is looking to recruit volunteers to visit people in their homes, provide information, signposting and support them to connect with local activities and/or services. We are currently keen to recruit in the following areas: Lawrence Weston, Henbury, Brentry, Avonmouth, Southmead, Redland, Cotham, Stoke Bishop and Bishopston.
If you have an interest in/experience of working with older people, excellent communication skills and some knowledge of activities and services available in your local area  and would like to be part of a friendly team working to combat social isolation amolngst older people PLEASE get in touch. We would love to hear from you.
NBAC offers all volunteers training, on-going support and and the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge.
 Closing Date: Tuesday, 31 July, 2018 - 17:00
How to Apply: Please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator for more information and an application form.
Contact Person: Helen Stone
Contact Email: volunteering@northbristoladvice.org.uk
Contact Phone: 0117 9515751 x221

 

Cinema Listings
The Piano: Subtitled screening & Post-Show Conversation
Join us for Deaf Conversations About Cinema, an informal discussion featuring simultaneous BSL (British Sign Language) interpretation about the themes of The Piano in the Café/Bar (Deaf and hearing audience members are both most welcome)
The screening of The Piano will include Descriptive Subtitles and short introduction from Sian Norris, Writer and Founder & Director of Bristol Women's Literature Festival and a post-show discussion with other audience members – both of which will feature simultaneous BSL (British Sign Language) interpretation.
From 20:10 please join us for Deaf Conversations About Cinema, an informal discussion about the themes of the film in the Café/Bar (Deaf and hearing audience members are both most welcome
Date and time: Monday 18th June 8:10pm
Director: Jane Campion
Where: Watershed, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, BS1 5TX
How to get there: Multiple buses to city centre
Cost: £10.00 full / £8.00 concessions. You’ll receive 10% off drinks with your cinema ticket.
Contact: www.watershed.co.uk / 0117 927 5100

 


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