Tenants A-E


2nd Chance Project

Website: www.2ndchanceproject.co.uk  
Phone: 0117 9039772
The 2nd Chance Project is pleased to have moved to The Park Centre and is excited about working in partnership with The Park to develop a wide range of educational and vocational opportunities for people in Bristol. As an organisation we currently offer...

- A wide range of sports projects and initiatives accross the South West

- A range of educational and work based training programmes such as alternative provision, Foundation Learning, apprenticeshipsand workforce development programmes

- Targetted interventions in both custody and community focused on Social Reform.


Website: www.abbeywood-tots.co.uk  
Phone: 0117 9693990
Abbeywood Tots Community Nurseries Ltd have been selected to run the day nursery at The Park. Their aim and focus will be on delivering affordable, flexible quaility childcare to the local community and to compliment the excellent services offered by The Park. In addition to day care they have plans to introduce many additional exciting child related activities such as Dance, music, cooking to name a few! Further details will follow on this.

Abbeywood Tots is a local family run business established in 1997 with a reputation in providing a quality service. They are 100% organic and were the first day nursery company to be awarded the Food for Life Gold award for its nursery catering.


Breathe Easy Group

Website: www.lunguk.org
Phone: 0117 3004080
People with lung conditions and those who care for them can often feel alone. Making friends is important for people living with lung disease and Breathe Easy provides a good opportunity for that to happen, through events like the annual Breathe Easy Week, Breathe Easy also works hard to raise awareness of lung disease and the problems it can cause.

The group meets on the third Tuesday of the month, from 2pm, at The Park Centre. Please call the South West office on 0117 300 4080 before going to your first meeting. They will give you the group contact number so that you can check the meeting is on.



Bristol Community Accountancy Project (BCAP)

Contact name: Stephanie Batterbury
Website: www.bcap.info
Phone: 0117 3773388
BCAP provides professional, accessible and affordable financial services for voluntary sector organisations including a payroll bureau service, independent examinations, training and a two day per week help-line.



Bristol South Crossroads

Website: www.crossroads.org.uk
Phone: 0117 3533135
Bristol South Crossroads is a Domiciliary Care Agency delivering care into the community in the south of Bristol, along with respite services for carers aged 18 and above.


 Buried Treasure

Contact name: Mil Lusk
Website: www.buriedtreasuregarden.co.uk
Phone: 0117 3792862
Buried Treasure is an innovative organisation, offering training, support & work experience in organic gardening, composting and recycling issues. We are also very active environmental community consultants. We offer the following:

  • A cost effective gardening service
  • Hedge trimming & chipping options
  • Work for volunteers that truly benefits the community
  • Training in organic garden skills
  • Composting services & advice
  • Environmental consultancy services

Buried Treasure is based at The Park in Knowle, Bristol.  This site is a vibrant community resource for the immediate area and beyond. We work with a wide variety of organisations, both statutory and voluntary. Training, workshops and volunteer opportunities are available. Volunteers will experience a range of environmentally friendly organic gardening skills, from sowing seeds to creating a whole garden!


Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE)

Website: www.csie.org.uk
Phone: 0117 353 3150
The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is an independent centre, set up in 1982, actively supporting inclusive education as a human right of every child. We are funded by donations from charitable trusts and foundations, with additional income from sale of publications and small grants for research or other projects. Our work is driven by a commitment to overcome barriers to learning and participation for all children and young people. Our activities include lobbying and campaigning, research, training, consultancy and dissemination of information. For more information please call the above number.





Acess 2 Achievment Foundation Learning (Hartcliffe and Withywood Ventures – HWV)

Contact names: Danny Alfaraj & Stevie Searle
Phone: 0117 9039776
A2A is an individual course for 16-19 years old providing each learner with the necessary tools to gain employment. We offer everything from essential skills to IT skills. We aim to help learners achieve, Literacy and Numeracy qualifications, ASDAN Awards as well as working towards gaining employment.