SAFE Link are awarded two Lime Culture Accreditations – one for its Children and Young People service, and one for its adult services
The photos show staff with the accreditations, and an accreditation visit from Lime Culture.
“Women who have experienced domestic violence tell their stories” Great to see this in the Bristol Post.
Click here to read the full story in Bristol Post.
World-renowned artist Yoko Ono sends her poem ‘Rising’ to be included in ARISING – a collaborative artwork with our survivors – at the Georgian House Museum, Bristol open Open Sat-Tue 11am-4pm, 28 Sept-31 Dec 2019, free entry.
Interventions/2 is a series of avant-garde films by artist and activist, Yoko Ono. The films will play in rooms throughout the Georgian House in Bristol from 28 September to 31 December 2019. Saturday to Tuesday 11am-4pm. Yoko Ono is an artist whose thought-provoking work [...]
We enjoyed a lovely visit from @artsdevelopment yesterday, discussing plans for survivors voices being central to and influencing the art world, reaching out to raise awareness about the impact and support available to victims of violence and abuse. https://t.co/BchOuxgd17
Thank you so much to @666wychelm &Zach Hawthorn for organising this brilliant event2raise money for Next Link!We really appreciate your support and can't wait for the set to start.Come along to @RoughTrade 2enjoy the music and raise money for victims services https://t.co/L8fvEwUoDa
A huge thanks again to City Voices Choir for kindly raising money for us at their Christmas concert. The donations are very much appreciated and will help support our Next Link domestic abuse services. #Thankyou https://t.co/UTVeSOI1LA
Thank you to Kayla Williams for organising this fab family fundraising event at The Batch Community Centre. All proceeds are going Next Link to help Women, Men and Children who have experienced Domestic Abuse. Please contact me along to support https://t.co/oNXe65s9Ro