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What to expect from our in-person support group meetings

Bristol Autism Support has run support group meetings at the Quaker Meeting House in Bedminster for many, many years. It is a beautiful, welcoming and comfortable venue. In-person meetings are our passion as we know great connections and friendships are made when parents and carers meet in person.

Our meetings currently take place on Thursdays, term time, from 10am – 11am. Click here to book a place.

Due to Covid, meeting numbers are capped at 8 people (including the leader). Chairs are socially distanced and the room is well ventilated.

We wanted to provide information about these meetings to help you understand what to expect. Our founder, Kate Laine-Toner, and group leader Lizzie have made this video to give you an overview of the meetings:

Click here for a transcript of this video

The Quaker Meeting House is in Wedmore Vale. Although the building doesn’t have a number on it, it would be around 65 Wedmore Vale. Click here to see a map.

Quaker Meeting House Bedminster

There is a carpark next to the building:

Bedminster Quaker Meeting House car park
Please do park in the car park to the right of the building
QMH car park stones
Don’t worry about the stones in the car park!

The Number 90 bus stops a very short walk from the Quaker Meeting House.

Wedmore Vale bus stop
The Number 90 bus stops here

The building is fully accessible with a ramp leading to the door and large disabled toilet. Our meeting room is directly opposite the entrance.

QMH front door
The entrance is accessible and our room is just in front of you as you enter

Kate made this short video walkthrough to give you an idea of what it’s like inside:

We hope to see you soon! Click here to book a place.