Contacts

Welcome

Welcome to the South Gloucestershire District web pages. Use the contact information on this page to get in touch about casework, local meetings and training, annual conference and other issues. New casework referrals in the first instance should be made via the NEU Employment AdviceLine.

The District Secretary and Assistant Secretary are usually available on Wednesdays and Thursdays during school terms. Additionally, the Secretary can be available for pre-arranged meetings on Mondays. Please understand that for the other days in the week, we have a teaching commitments. You should not expect emails to be read, or union phones to be turned on, except on our union working days.

Correspondence can be sent to the District at: Unit 3b, The Old Library, Trinity Road, Bristol. BS2 0NW (///legal.lasted.eagles)

35 or under?

If you are, then see the Bristol and South Glos Young Educator Network Facebook page for exciting events for all local young professionals, and also for those who have been an education worker for less than five years.

Social Media

You can follow the District on Facebook and Twitter for our latest news.

Other ways to find support

Your regional NEU office is South West Region. Call 01392 258028 or use the email contact form. If you need to speak to a member adviser, call the Employment AdviceLine on 0345 811 8111 or use the email contact form.

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