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Community & wellbeing

We understand that community thrives when nurtured, and we are dedicated to providing space, support, and encouragement needed for a community and individual to flourish.

For and by St Anne’s community

Shaped by those who live locally in St Anne’s, since opening we have seen the community self-organise and develop regular activities and meet-ups. From their Morning Meet-ups, to their Shared Reading sessions, the people who live, work, and pass by the area have been getting to know each other on a weekly basis.

The projects for St Anne’s House including vibrant family days, such as Spring Thing and Autumn Fete have been steered by St Anne’s Action Group (SAAG), a group of local residents that formed to shape the project and ensure it meets local needs and ambitions.

Tell us your idea

Do you have a community project you’d like to share with us?
We’d love to hear your needs, wants, and offerings to and for residents of St Annes

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Wellbeing within the community

Wellbeing helps to encourage a healthy and inclusive community, which is why there are a range of activities such as wellbeing art classes, yoga sessions, therapies, and social groups running from St Anne’s House.

Wellbeing tenants

See the information for different services run by professionals

  • Handmade Holistic with Rebecca Baird

    Rebecca Baird is a highly skilled and compassionate Level 4 qualified Holistic Massage Therapist, dedicated to promoting physical and mental well-being through the power of touch. With her training at the Bristol College of Massage and Bodywork and registration as an MTI (Massage Training Institute) practitioner, Rebecca brings a wealth of expertise to her practice.

  • Samantha Shepherd Counselling

    Sam Shepherd Quality affordable counselling offered face to face in St Anne’s Bristol or via zoom. Sam is a fully qualified integrative counsellor offering counselling to individuals in the Bristol area. She has experience of working with anxiety, depression, low confidence/self esteem, relationship issues, bereavement and domestic abuse.  Through…

  • Ubuntu Play and Creative Therapies CIC

    Ubuntu Play and Creative Therapies CIC are a non-profit organisation who offer play therapy for children aged between 4-12 years.

Support St Anne’s House

If you believe in our vision and can help make it happen, please get in touch or consider supporting us to help us make a difference in St Annes.

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