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What we do

Bath and North East Somerset Small Good Stuff does two things:

We link people who need care or support with local people who might help.

We help small organisations that offer care or support. We provide them with information, publicity and access to a friendly network.

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What we believe

We're the friendly website that believes:

People want care and support at times and in ways that suit them.

Local people helping other local people is good for everyone and for communities.

Very small organisations can offer great care and be imaginative and responsive.

Very small organisations struggle to tell people what they can offer (they don’t have huge marketing budgets like the big guys).

Local links

What’s happening locally

Community organisations and resources

  • 3SG–  3SG is an independent charity that has a membership network of over 200 Third Sector organisations working across Bath & North East Somerset (BaNES). 
  • Age UK– Age UK Bath & North East Somerset supports people to age well. They work to enable people to live with confidence, be heard, be celebrated and have access to the right support so they can live happy, healthy and fulfilled lives.
  • Community Wellbeing Hub – The Community Wellbeing Hub provides a central place for you to access a range of services to improve your health and wellbeing.
  • Cool Ventures Ltd– They help hundreds of small businesses across South Gloucestershire and Bath & North East Somerset to start, grow and thrive, by taking the time to listen and understand your aspirations and challenges before developing a programme of support with you to meet your needs.
  • Healthwatch BANES– They are the independent champion for people who use health and social care services. We’re here to make sure that those running services, put people at the heart of care.
  • Livewell BANESBANES council service is providing a wide range of health and wellbeing information for children and adults for professionals and general public.

Interested in offering care or support?

We can help you get set up

If you’re thinking about working for yourself, contact your local Community Catalyst, Michael Auton on michael.auton@communitycatalysts.co.uk, or 07443 191851.