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How you can help with the refugee crisis

By bristol247, Friday Sep 4, 2015

With the refugee crisis reaching boiling point in Europe, Bristol has responded generously with support groups emerging and drop-off points for donations being established around the city.

If you want to help alleviate the misery for tens of thousands of homeless asylum-seekers, Bristol24/7 urges you to get involved through the links below.

Drop-off Donation Points:

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The Henbury Centre, Machin Road, Henbury, BS10 7HG.

Emmaus Bristol, Upper York Street, St Pauls, Bristol BS2 8WF. Open 11-4 Mon-Sat.

Bristol Wood Recycling Project, 13 Cattle Market Road, St Phillips, Bristol BS1 6QW. Open 11-4 Mon-Sat.

The Henbury Centre Machin Road, Henbury, BS10 7HG. Open 10am-2pm Tues-Thurs.

Computershare: The Pavillions, Bridgewater Road, BS13 8AE. Open 11am-4pm Mon-Fri.

Other refugee groups in Bristol include:

Hospitality of Bristol Project

Refugee Action

Refugee Women of Bristol

Bristol Refugee Rights


Read about how people in Bristol are organising relief on the ground.

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