Bristol residents are being urged to make time to check in with one another following the launch of a new Are you OK? campaign in the city.
The new campaign, launched by the Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership and Bristol City Council, coincides with the start of Stop Adult Abuse Week (15-19 June) and aims to encourage people to focus attention on each other’s wellbeing and to consider whether friends, family and neighbours could be struggling or at risk as the national lockdown begins to ease.
See more information on Bristol City Council’s News page.
See more on the Are you OK? Campaign with Bristol Safeguarding.
Find out more about Stop Adult Abuse Week with Bristol Safeguarding.