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Southmead Project is a registered charity providing free therapeutic and practical support to adults who were abused as children and have turned to drugs, alcohol and other ways of self-harming as a consequence of that trauma.
Join us at our AGM

1:52 pm, October 14, 2019

We are celebrating the 25th year of the Southmead Project this year and our Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 1 November. We would be delighted if you could attend and join us in celebrating 25 years of the charity!

We are pleased to confirm the keynote speeches will be delivered by Darren Jones, Member of Parliament for Bristol North West, and Marvin Rees, the Mayor of Bristol.

We will display some of the fantastic art work that was produced this year as part of our ‘Art of Survivors’ project. These were designed by survivors of abuse who were previously clients of the Southmead Project.

The event takes place at New United Reformed Church, Wigton Crescent, Southmead, Bristol, BS10 6DY and will start at 11am with lunch provided at 12.30pm. We will assume that you would like to stay for lunch unless you indicate otherwise. Please could you also let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

If you would like to attend, please let us know by emailing
admin@southmeadproject.com

We look forward to celebrating with you!

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Half marathon heroes

11:38 am, September 23, 2019

A huge well done to Claire Smith, Nick Tuftnell and Pete Wraith (pictured left to right) who took part in Bristol Half Marathon on Sunday 15 September. The intrepid trio have raised a whopping £911 for the charity, helping us to deliver our vital therapeutic and practical support to adult survivors of child abuse. Sadly, our operations manager, Imogen McCabe, was unable to take part in the event due to a knee injury.

If you would like to show your support for Southmead Project, please visit www.justgiving.com/southmeadproject

Thank you.

 

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Important information about your images

2:47 pm, June 24, 2019

As you know, our first exhibition has come to an end. We would like to thank the people who contributed to it and to confirm that due to the sensitive nature of the images and data protection considerations, the images have now been destroyed. Please see the attached letter for confirmation.

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