Big thanks to Bristol Hash Harriers for making us one of their 2017 Bristol Hash Charities and raising the fantastic sum of £637.
The club is pictured presenting their cheque to Missing Link & Next Link’s Chief Executive, Carol Metters MBE.
Thank you to everyone who came to our South Glos Domestic Abuse Services launch and who made the event such a success.
A very special thank you to the lovely Phoebe for singing at the launch and to our Guest speakers Sue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Avon and Somerset, and Amanda Deeks, Chief Executive, South Gloucestershire Council. The event was an opportunity to find out about Next Link services, [...]
Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens recognised our Safe Link team with her latest Pride Awards. The awards aim to give people the chance to highlight those working tirelessly in their communities or organisations. Debbie, our Safe Link Team Leader also won an award earlier this year.
We are very excited to announce Next Link South Glos will be providing Domestic Abuse Services across South Glos from 1st July 2017!
Next Link South Glos - New Domestic Abuse Services across South Gloucestershire: Next Link South Glos provide support services for anyone (women, men, children) who has been the victim of domestic abuse. Our services include telephone help and advice, safe houses, community outreach services and group programmes. Give us a call on [...]
Above: The ‘Give and Get’ taster with Bristol City Council and Helpfulpeeps in the Galleries, part of #MHAWBristol. Below: Big thanks to the Female Empowerment Network who donated proceeds of their event to Missing Link.
Congratulations to Debbie, our Safe Link Team Leader on receiving her PCC Pride Award. The Awards, from Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens, recognise the silent stars who achieve great things or go above and beyond what is expected. The awards aim to give people the chance to highlight those [...]
You can talk to us, call Safe Link on 0333 323 1543 or click here… Sexual abuse and sexual violence awareness week is 6th – 12th February. We don’t talk about sexual abuse enough. That’s not ok. The awareness week was established to give an opportunity for the general public, statutory and third sector organisations to participate in a discussion about sexual abuse and sexual violence. During the week people raise awareness about sexual abuse and sexual violence and how to prevent it in the UK.
Thanks to everyone who supported our candle lit vigil to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. We have held this event for 18 years and each year it has generated an increase in women seeking help.
Standing together in solidarity for International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
We supported our Soroptimist Colleagues on their march from Temple Meads to the Lord Mayors Chapel at the bottom of Park Street.
@SuMountstevens, Police & Crime Commissioner, will be joining us for our Bristol Candlelit vigil on Thursday 23rd November. The march will leave Next Link, Queen Square at 4.30pm and make its way to College Green. We will be providing hot chocolate before, so come and join us! https://t.co/B46RoUVJ9Y