Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm


Phone 0117 924 8662, Monday-Friday 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm


Young people - Ask Us

The Ask Us project is run with partners in the city offering a wide range of help, advice and support if you’re aged 16 – 25 and live, work, study or have family in Bristol City Council area (check here) especially for young people who may have support workers*.

We are no longer be taking on new cases under the Ask Us project but this page will soon include more links and toolkits designed for young people seeking advice.

If you need help please contact our assessment team, or read you can get help from the other services that Bristol Law Centre under the ‘Get Help’ tab.

*All Law Centre ‘get help’ areas are open to all ages.

The Ask Us partnership

Ask us is a partnership between Bristol Law Centre, 1625ip, and Bristol Citizens Advice.

Other sources of advice and information:


National Debt line, Freephone 0808 808 4000


Bristol Homeless Connect:

Caring in Bristol

Shelter Housing Advice – 0344 515 1430; Bristol New Bond House, Bond St, BS2 9AG    


Bristol Law Centre Immigration and for our other services please click here

Citizens Advice (locally):

Citizens Advice (national):

Contact us

Call 0117 924 8662 (10-12 or 2-4 Mon-Fri); or freephone 0330 024 0389


Post 2 Hide Market, West St, Bristol BS2 0PH

Any personal data submitted to the Law Centre through this contact form or by email or phone will be confidentially and securely stored for 18 months in accordance with our data retention policy. It will be held by the Law Centre as Data Controller and will only be used for the purposes of considering and where appropriate, responding to your enquiry (and any associated purposes). It will not be disclosed to any third parties and will be securely deleted after 18 months. You have a right to be told what data we hold about you (though you are likely to have provided us with that data) and to have it corrected if it is wrong and can read our full privacy policy here.

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If we can’t help you, try the search buttons below to find someone who can. For example, we’re unable to advise on criminal issues, actions against the police, civil litigation, personal injury, wills/probate.

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