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The BS3 Community Supporters Newsletter

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Supporters Newsletter June 2024

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LGBT Cafe meet up

There’s a new location for our LGBT Café meetup. The group will be meeting at The Tobacco Factory Bar in the snug, every Tuesday between 10.30 and 12pm. Everyone is welcome. Please contact for further information.

School Room Cafe opening hours

Monday                          9am – 5pm 

Tuesday                        9am – 5pm

Wednesday                9am – 5pm

Thursday                      9am – 4pm

Friday                              9am – 2pm

Come and sample our ever changing delicious menu or just relax with a cuppa!

BS3 Community Early Years Award “Bristol Eating Better”

We have been awarded GOLD award for Bristol Eating Better!

We have achieved 94% of the Bristol Eating Better Early Years Award actions, designed to increase the availability of healthy food and promote sustainability. This includes actions to help the setting become Sugar Smart. Tuck-in everybody!



Read the recent Reports BS3 Community has contributed to or been featured in

What’s new


Monday Club

Our Monday Club for older people runs every week 11.30am until 2pm. The session includes a homecooked two-course lunch with hot drinks, all provided by our café. If you or someone you know is feeling isolated, the club is great way to connect, talk and share. Get in touch to book your place:

LGBT café group for older people every Tuesday 10.30am till 12pm, meeting in the Snug, Tobacco Factory BS3 1TF.  Contact for more information.

We want to say a big thank you to all our donors. The gift of giving feels so significant right now and the impacts donations have for the people using our services is huge. We are so grateful for donations from local businesses such as Barratt Homes, Baileys of Bristol and Redcliffe Parish, to name a few.

We have also received donations from local people’s energy rebates, so to support others in the community this winter. Donations to BS3 Community Development enable the crucial work we do, directly impacting the community, supporting children with SEND needs to thrive in our care, or giving families access to food and medicines. To donate you can go to the donate button our home page, here