This is now available to view and download.
On 26th November we had 23 volunteers from Lloyds Bank Bristol giving their time and effort to help our Charity.
They spent the whole day at the Priory helping us with Painting, Gardening, IT and the Cafe.
We are extremely grateful for this invaluable support and hope to see them again next year !!
We are in the process of creating a Website for the cafe: http://www.caferefectoire.co.uk
10th October 2013
OPENING EVENT – 5PM
The Lord Mayor of Bristol will open this Exibition.
Please come along and view the photographs.
The website has been updated. You will notice different menus which will allow you to more easily find and access the information you require.
EG. The calendar is now a separete menu at the top of the page and the Cafe has its own page..
Take a tour and try it out. More information udates will be added shortly,
Between 14th May & 29th May the church will open from 10am until 2pm – Monday – Friday.
Mass on Sundays is at 8am.
MAKE THIS A YEAR OF CHANGE.
In all that you do be:
C oncerned and Creative ;
H opeful and Helpful;
A lert and Attentive;
N atural and Nurturing;
G rateful and Generous;
E ager and Energetic.
St James Priory receives Civic Award from Bristol's Civic Society in recognition of outstanding architectural excellence.
St Mungos are now the custodians of Walsingham House. They have agreed a 3 year lease arrangement to provide a Men's Mental Health Crisis Centre for Bristol and are making final preparations for this. The new service will commence from 5th November.
We are pleased to be able to work with St Mungos and are delighted that the charitable aims of St James Priory will continue with this new venture.
Please contact St Mungos for further information about this new service: Tel: 0117 9349848.
FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH
We now have information about the memorials that are situated in St James Priory.
Please open the History & Education tab on the menu at the top of the page and then click on the Family History Research button in the right hand menu.
We are in the process of improviing the marketing of this attractive venue. Keep a look out for new logo, new signage and new website…
The coffee and service will continue to be of the highest quality and possibly the best in Bristol.
We are now very close to finalising an agreement with St Mungos for them to use Walsingham House as a Mens' Mental Health Crisis Centre. This is a new provision for Bristol and allows St James Priory to continue its charitable work for vulnerable people.
The new service is due to start in September.