Fancy making a plant hanger? Trying out some creative writing? Learning a new technique for relaxation? Joining us for a tea party? Read on…

On 6th February 2020 it’s national Time to Talk Day. A day for busting stigma around mental health and encouraging people to open up to each other, to talk and to listen.

Here at Changes we’re throwing a bit of a do from 2-5pm. Volunteers and staff are sharing some of their skills, some of the things that help them with their self-care, and you can get involved whether you’re a member of have never heard of us before.

Where: The Terrace Room at Barton Hill Settlement
When: Thursday 6th Feb 2020, 2-5pm
Why: Because it will be fun
RSVP: Let us know if you’re coming so we have an idea of numbers. You can attend for all or part of the afternoon. Email or ring the office on 0117 941 1123.


If you’d like to bring baked goods, let us know – we’d love that!

Stress & anxiety relief through QiGong with Petra, more details here.
A gentle movement practice, simple breathing techniques for relaxation. No need for special clothes.
Please arrive by 2:40PM at the latest to take part. 


  • Creative writing with Bedminster volunteer David
    Get started with writing for wellbeing, no experience needed and no need to share what you write if you don’t want to!
  • Macrame with Service Manager Tara (the art of knotting)
    Make a plant holder and learn the meditative practice of knot-tying
  • Card-making with Easton volunteer Maddy
    Design, make and write a card to yourself for the future – we’ll post it!

    Choose what you do, or try all three!

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