The StationRelax. Get support. Get creative. The Station is Bristol's Central Youth Hub. We are open to all young people and offer a place to relax, get advice and support, and explore your interests and talents. It’s a supportive and creative environment where you can express yourself freely. And for any problem, no matter how big or small, we're here to help. Some of the top youth organisations in the South West are here under the same roof, giving you a wide choice of services and things to do. The Station is open Mon-Fri from 9am - 10pm and Sat from 11am-5pm. Want to talk to someone before coming to The Station? Give us a ring or drop us a line: Telephone: 0117 947 7948Email: [email protected] Christmas opening hours The Station is on a normal opening hours service up to and including Monday 23rd December. Christmas Eve - 24th December - Closed Christmas Day - 25th December - Closed Boxing day - 26th December - Closed Friday 27th December - Closed Saturday 28th December - Open as normal Sunday 29th December - Closed Monday 30th December - Open as normal Tuesday 31st December - Open until 7pm New Year's Day - 1st January - Closed Tuesday 2nd January - Open as normal Bristol Nightstop About Bristol Nightstop offer temporary and emergency accommodation for young homeless people between 16-25. They match young people with hosts who are able to offer a safe, supportive environment in their home on a temporary basis for 1 to 3 nights. Hosts are trained and vetted individuals through their Volunteer 'Host Network'. They offer young people a warm room to stay in their own home, an evening meal, breakfast, support and compassion. They are recruited, trained, supported and supervised by professional project workers. Opening times Monday 10:00 - 16:30 Tuesday 10:00 - 16:30 Wednesday 10:00 - 16:30 Thursday 10:00 - 16:30 Friday 10:00 - 16:30 Saturday CLOSED Sunday CLOSED Check out the Bristol Nightstop website for more information or call 07979 878814 if you're homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, sofa surfing or staying in unsafe places in Bristol. How can we help?