Barton Hill Settlement has been a home and resource hub for Barton Hill residents and visitors since our founding in 1911. We provide a place to connect and engage, find camaraderie and support, and celebrate the vibrancy and growth of our vibrant and diverse community.
We are an independent charity (charity no. 1103139), and a limited company (no. 5031499). It is managed by a committee of mainly local people, and provides a wide variety of services. It is a key force for community development in East Bristol.
The Settlement was originally set up in 1911 as part of the University of Bristol. You can find out more about our history here (NOTE: link to come)
Supportive parents family drop-in
Somali women & children drop-in
Special Educational Needs & Disability Support
SPAN Parenting Programme - Every Tuesday
Information, Advice and Guidance Service -for parents with a child under 5 years of age
This service can help you by:
- Supporting you in returning to, or remaining in work
- Identifying appropriate childcare
- Helping you calculate your entitlement to benefits and tax credits including a better off in work calculation
- Identifying training opportunities
- Introducing you to your local Children's Centre
- Telling you about other support for your family
Ready to find out more?
Telephone: 0117 357 4192
Spaces of Secular Faith
Barton Hill Settlement recently took part in a filming project along with Jacob's Wells Baths, St Mary Redcliffe Church and the Trinity Centre with Dr Katie McClymont from UWE as part of her work on Spaces of Secular Space exploring the use of different Community Spaces and their role within the community. To find out more visit https://spacesofsecularfaith.wordpress.com/.
Filming was courtesy of 8th Sense Media