100 Days Together

Brendan’s Bridge joined forces with a wide range of statutory, corporate and charity organisations for 100 Days Together. The project, as its name suggests, focused Gloucester organisations around putting together activities to celebrate the city as a positive and safe place to live. Our charity was involved in running a pop up shop at a unit in the Eastgate Centre where people could find out more about how to receive help in their community for everything from hate crime to Dementia.
The charity also involved young people in an art exhibition and a music event.

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