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Here you can find the latest news and updates from The Brigstowe Project

Summer 2021 Newsletter

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Come and take a read of our Summer 2021 newsletter. We’ll be introducing some new members of staff, providing you with some important benefit updates, hearing from some of our amazing volunteers and letting you know how you can vote for Brigstowe to win £500!

Positive Voices receives another 5 years of funding!!

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Brigstowe’s “Positive Voices” Programme, which includes our Peer Mentoring, HIV Awareness Training and Recently Diagnosed Workshop, was set up five years ago with funding from The National Lottery Community Fund. After lots of hard work and a full evaluation of these services, we submitted an application for continuation funding. We are delighted to say that our application was successful and we have been awarded a five year continuation grant enabling us to continue and develop Read More

World AIDS Day 2020 Impact Report

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World AIDS Day 2020 was very different to previous years but COVID-19 did not stop us from delivering a fantastic programme events all involving passionate people living with HIV and some great partnership workings.

Christmas Newsletter 2020

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This mini newsletter includes our opening times, HIV clinic opening times as well as information regarding the annual client Christmas party. Lots of people are making charitable donations instead of sending Christmas Cards this year, if you would like to make a donation to Brigstowe this Christmas, please visit: However you spend the Festive Season, all Read More

World AIDS Day 2020.

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World AIDS Day 2020 may look a little different than usual, but all of us here at Brigstowe are still committed to bringing a packed programme of events. Sit back, get a cuppa and be sure to book onto some of the amazing events we have lined up.

Major 3 year Project secures nearly £500k in funding to tackle HIV inequalities in the African and Caribbean Communities of Bristol

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A major three year project is to launch in Bristol with people of African and Caribbean heritage to increase testing and awareness and reduce the stigma of HIV.The project has been awarded a £483,697 Common Ambition Grant from The Health Foundation with the aim of reducing HIV inequalities experienced by people of African and Caribbean Read More