A Roof Over My Head
Behind the beautiful Georgian facade of Bath and the stunning surrounds of Bath and North East Somerset, homelessness – or the threat of it – is a problem facing a growing number of people. There are over 4,000 on social housing waiting lists in the region and house prices are 14 times average earnings. The issues go far deeper than the number of street homeless.
This film, funded by St John’s Foundation and created by Meaningful Films, shows the realities of homelessness and the life-changing work that is being done by local organisations to help. We witness first-hand the difference that support staff and volunteers make to those struggling to keep a roof over their head.
Bridges to Wellbeing team wins at AWP awards
The team were over the moon to be shortlisted for three awards from the local NHS trust. They were overjoyed and slightly overwhelmed when they all went on to win and receive their awards, at the AWP awards ceremony on Friday, from Frank Bruno MBE.
The annual Avon and Wiltshire Mental health Partnership Trust (AWP) Staff Awards is now in its 8th year and celebrates the vital role our staff play in providing treatment and support to those with mental health conditions.
Recovery and hope was won by Pearl Bartlett, volunteer Peer Mentor, Behind the scenes award was won by Helen Brian and Maisie Clark who are Move On Workers on the inpatient ward in Bath