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Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol, visits us to say why #Its Not Ok and support Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week

2019-02-05T14:52:37+00:00

Add your voice to Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week.

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Let’s get the word out!

Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol, visits us to say why #Its Not Ok and support Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week2019-02-05T14:52:37+00:00

Add your voice to Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week #Its Not Ok because…

2019-02-05T10:00:12+00:00

Want to show everyone why you think itsnotok?

Download our A4 image here

Let’s get the word out!

We say #itsnotok …

Add your voice to Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness Week #Its Not Ok because…2019-02-05T10:00:12+00:00

We’re so proud of Rachel Bloomer, who won ‘Outstanding Achievement by an ISVA Supporting Adults’ at the @LimeCulture Limelight awards! She is pictured receiving her award and with Sir Keir Starmer MP, QC.

2019-01-04T12:47:48+00:00

Rachel is our specialist Learning Disability ISVA at Safe Link.

The ‘Outstanding Achievement by an ISVA Supporting Adults’ category looks to celebrate excellent practice carried out by UK-based individual ISVAs. This LimeLight Award celebrates the achievements of an individual ISVA supporting adults who have demonstrated commitment, passion and exceptional encouragement and support for their adult clients.

The LimeLight Awards were introduced by LimeCulture CIC in 2016 with the aim of acknowledging the outstanding contributions and achievements of individual ISVAs, ISVA Teams and ISVA Managers.

We’re so proud of Rachel Bloomer, who won ‘Outstanding Achievement by an ISVA Supporting Adults’ at the @LimeCulture Limelight awards! She is pictured receiving her award and with Sir Keir Starmer MP, QC.2019-01-04T12:47:48+00:00

BBC Three’s short film for Children in Need shows the story of one young vulnerable homeless woman that found Next Link

2019-02-05T15:03:05+00:00

49 Days On The Streets: From The Day I Became Homeless

Homeless at 18, and not a top priority for social services because of her age, Imogen has to resort to sleeping on mates’ sofas, on the streets, or in emergency accommodation. Over 49 days of being homeless, she documents the toll it takes on her mental health.

BBC Three’s short film for Children in Need shows the story of one young vulnerable homeless woman that found Next Link2019-02-05T15:03:05+00:00

Watch our candlelit vigil with Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol, to mark the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women. Click here to watch the film.

2018-12-03T15:38:01+00:00

Candlelit Vigil 2018

Every year we mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls on November 25th with a candlelit march and vigil.

Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol joined us this year.

Watch our candlelit vigil with Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol, to mark the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women. Click here to watch the film.2018-12-03T15:38:01+00:00

Our candle lit vigil in Kingswood, South Glos with Cllr Erica Williams, chair of the South Glos Partnership Against Domestic Abuse (PADA).

2019-01-04T12:48:15+00:00
Our candle lit vigil in Kingswood, South Glos with Cllr Erica Williams, chair of the South Glos Partnership Against Domestic Abuse (PADA).2019-01-04T12:48:15+00:00

Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol joined us for our candlelit march to mark the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women.

2018-12-03T15:42:38+00:00
Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol joined us for our candlelit march to mark the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women.2018-12-03T15:42:38+00:00

Charity Dinner with Councillor Hunt, Chair of South Gloucestershire Council, where Next Link were named as one of her chosen charities.

2018-10-09T16:09:03+00:00

The Chair’s fund was established in May 1998 as a focus for collecting funds for locally-based charities.  Each year the new Chair of Council chooses which charities he or she wishes to support.  Any donations received during that year are presented to the charities at the annual council meeting.
 
This year’s Chair of Council, Cllr Rachael Hunt, has chosen domestic abuse charity Next Link and Freewheelers Blood Bikes as the charities she will be supporting to benefit.

Charity Dinner with Councillor Hunt, Chair of South Gloucestershire Council, where Next Link were named as one of her chosen charities.2018-10-09T16:09:03+00:00