Easton Community Centre is the designated Community Hub for Easton ward. We have been supporting vulnerable community members since March 2020 with food parcels, shopping, befriending and more.
We are working with Bristol City Council, Somali Kitchen, a host of local organisations and a team of dedicated local volunteers to support the communities of Easton and Lawrence Hill through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The following city-wide services are available…
0800 694 0184
People in urgent need can call the #WeAreBristol helpline to receive food, medicine and other necessities:
0800 694 0184 (8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday, and 10am – 2pm Saturday and Sunday)
Fresh fruit and veg to those in need. The Plough are providing a free fresh fruit and veg delivery service across Bristol. If you are struggling to make ends meet, are self isolating or not able to get out. If you can please buy one this money goes towards supporting someone that can’t afford it.
Stock up your freezer with delicious meals from a very hard working team. You can get a selection of meals from Houria Catering and our Baraka Community Café volunteers. At £3 each you can now order as many or as little as you like, we only deliver if it is 5 meals or more (so £15 worth of food). Message them on Facebook or Instagram or email firstname.lastname@example.org to put in your order.
Coronavirus Support Hub 0117 929 7537
Did you know that if your business is open as usual but experiencing decreased demand due to lockdown, you can apply for an Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) from Bristol City Council?
Contact WECIL on 0117 949 9919 or email@example.com. You can also fill out the referral form on their website: http://orlo.uk/kRJuJ
If you need emotional support, call Bristol Mind Line on 0808 808 0330, open seven nights a week, 7pm to 11pm
0117 935 1260
Despite this new lockdown, CHAS Bristol are open and here to help with any housing problems you’re facing; such as homelessness, eviction, rent debt, poor housing conditions or issue with a landlord.