What's On Welcome Wednesdays Following the most recent government advice, we are closing open access youth sessions to prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). Find out more about services still available. About If you're a young refugee or asylum-seeker living in Bristol, come along to this regular drop-in session at The Station. Meet new people in the city, improve your English, and get some extra support in a safe environment. Share your story, get your voice heard and have fun - we make music, graffiti, play sports and often go on trips within the city. Details Ages? 13-19 year olds When? Wednesdays Time? 5pm - 7pm Where? The Station How much? Free Should I book? No need to book, you can just show up This session is part of the Targeted Youth Services programme in Bristol and is funded by Bristol City Council. What young people think Coming to Welcome Wednesdays has meant that I can talk to people more easily now. I’m less shy and more confident. Amara Being here helped me meet new people. We play games and have fun and I get to practice speaking English while socialising with others. Kayan This gets me doing lots of different things, helps me explore my interests. For example, we tried yoga for the first time today and I’m looking to get involved in photography. We also go on trips in and out of Bristol, which is fun. This helps me meet new people, we have parties and everyone is really friendly; there’s a real sense of community, it’s a nice place to come to. I also get support with CV stuff and practicing my English. Sammy What next? Want to know more about this club night or have a chat before you join us? Drop us a line at [email protected] or ring us on 0117 204 7338. You can also get personal advice and support at The Station. How can we help?