Tag: Bath and North East Somerset

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New support group for women who have experienced sexual violence

We have awarded Focus Counselling a £4,445 grant to establish a fortnightly support group for women survivors of sexual violence in Bath
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Creating health opportunities in B&NES

We awarded Sporting Family Change (SFC) £924 through the Bath Half Marathon Fund to purchase gym equipment. The funding has helped SFC inspire local families…
A learning disabled child on a tricycle on a outdoor track with others - she is wearing a pink coat and crash helmet. She has a look of joy and concentration as she squints into the sun. To her left is a smiling adult carer, also on a tricycle

What’s better than two wheels? Three!

Wheels for All Bath & West received £500 from Bath Half to offer cycling sessions for teenagers with learning difficulties. These sessions offer specially adapted…
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Grant helps project meet growing demand for domestic violence support during pandemic

A growing number of children and young people need additional therapeutic support at this difficult time to help their future development. The grant will also…
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Helping Bath families eat well during Covid-19

“The feedback from the project users is positive” explains Sir Peter Heywood from Weston All Saints, “recently one of our Food Club members said: “I…
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Supporting B&NES carers through the coronavirus crisis

A £3000 grant will let B&NES Carers’ Centre keep its support line open for longer each day and proactively contact more carers. The charity says…
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Keynsham Food Bank faces growing demand in coronavirus pandemic

Demand at Keynsham Food Bank has soared as the coronavirus pandemic leaves many parents struggling to feed their children.

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