Coronavirus Update

To safeguard our volunteers and visitors, and to minimise the risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus, we’ve regrettably taken the decision to close our doors to all visitors. We’ve held our last session, with our lovely volunteers doing what they do best! A message to everyone, please follow the guidelines being set. Keep safe and stay well! We are already looking forward to welcoming you back later on in the year!

Lifeskills Wins Healthy Lifestyle Award

Last week, Lifeskills won the Healthy Lifestyle Award at the Bristol & Bath Health and Care Awards 2018. General Manager, Andy Townsend, and Chair, Kevern Jenkin, attended the event on Wednesday 24th October. We are very pleased with the result and would like to thank the organisers as well as our many supporters and volunteers.

Dame Mary Perkins Visits the Lifeskills Centre

In September, co-founder of Specsavers Dame Mary Perkins (DBE) came to visit the Lifeskills Centre and the Specsavers shop front on Green Cross Road. Specsavers have been sponsoring Lifeskills for over 3 years. Every year, we educate over 11,000 children about how to stay safe in their everyday lives and avoid accidental injury. This work is invaluable, and could not continue without the support of organisations like Specsavers. Thank you, Mary! We hope you enjoyed your tour of the Lifeskills Village.

Lifeskills Open Doors Day

On Saturday 15th September Lifeskills will be opening its doors to the public for Bristol Open Doors Day. This is a rare opportunity to see our fantastic, realistic safety centre where we teach vulnerable groups in the West of England the skills they need to live safer, happier and more independent lives. We will have stalls from the RNLI, Network Rail, the Fire Service and more, as well as games, tours, crafts and activities. The Centre will be open from 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.30pm). Entry is free.

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We look forward to seeing you there!