For the last two years we have been interviewing former staff and a volunteers for Women Listening to Women: an oral history of Bristol Crisis Service for Women. Using excerpts from these interviews we have created two
portable exhibitions and a 24pp booklet about the history and impact of Self Injury Support (formerly known as Bristol Crisis Service for Women) and the experience of volunteering on its support services.

Freelance podcast producer Marnie Woodmeade has also used the interviews in a series of three half hour podcasts about Bristol Crisis Service for Women and the history of self injury. Called Gentle Activism and can be found on the project website or on Spotify.

The new website contains loads of information including the full recordings and transcripts of the oral history interviews, all of Self Injury Support's previous publications, a downloadable PDF of the booklet and a timeline of information about our organisation.

From Wednesday 8th March until Wednesday 27th April the exhibitions will be on display at the Glenside Hospital Museum in Stapleton. Further dates and venues for the exhibitions will be announced on the project website. The booklets will be distributed across community and health centres, libraries, museums and other charities in Bristol - or you can ask for one to be sent to you here.

The project has been made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, with thanks to National Lottery players. National Lottery players go FREE to our exhibition on the 19th of March as part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund's Open Doors week.