Diversity Week: Monday 26th – Friday 30th April

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions in mixing with other people, we have had to do our annual Diversity Day a little differently this year.

Introducing … 2021’s Bristol Diversity Trails! From 26th-30th April, we will be holding a series of walks across Bristol which recognise and celebrate Bristol’s diverse history. Join a guided walk, take up a ride with Ride Out Ride On, Bristol’s inclusive cycling project, or use our interactive packs to follow the trails independently. Join us on Friday 30th April for a virtual event to wrap everything up. We would love all staff, locums, volunteers and clients to get involved – read on for more details!

Inclusive Cycling

Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th of April

If you need a bit more support to take part in a diversity trail, why not try a free inclusive cycling session?

Clients, volunteers and staff members are all welcome to book onto a cycling session with Holly from Ride Out Ride On (RoRo).

The inclusive cycling service is suitable for anyone who may need a bit of extra support to get out and about – whether that’s for physical or mental health reasons.

The recumbent tandem can be adjusted to suit your individual needs.

See poster attached and contact swdiversitynetworksecretary@mungos.org or 07834176623 to find out more and book a ride.

Get in touch

Independent walks and interactive map

Organise your own walk!

Use the downloadable info packs and/or the interactive map (above) to follow the diversity trails in your own time.

If you work in a service, why not organise a walk with clients? Get in touch with Emma Friend on emma.friend@mungos.org for support.

Here are the info packs for each trail – click to download

North Bristol

North East Bristol

West Bristol

South Bristol

Central Bristol

East Bristol

SWD&I Network

What is the South West Diversity & Inclusion (SWD&I) Network?

The SWD&I Network is a network set up especially for staff, locums and volunteers across the South West region. We created the network by combining all of the St Mungo’s networks under one umbrella: to celebrate, support, educate and influence around diversity issues, especially those in our region.

To achieve these aims, we run events, workshops and training in a range of different contexts. We also send out a monthly newsletter with ideas for how staff, volunteers and locums can celebrate diversity in their services.