The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC) invites everyone who has an idea to define the soul of Bristol by image to take part in Postcard Competition. The main aim is to create a new series of postcards showing the best and worst of our fair city. The spirit and energy of the city comes from its culture and people who sometimes are unheard but want to have a voice about the
Rainbow fire engine supports Bristol Pride The rainbow-coloured engine took part in the procession on Saturday (14/07) morning before returning to normal duty fully decorated. In an event that draws around 40,000 people to the city, AF&RS showed support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) community and promoted a career with the fire service through the ‘Yes You Can’ Campaign. It is estimated that at least 80,000 people in our service area are from the LGBT community.
National black police association inspires Bristol students A group of young people from Bristol went on a special tour of Police Headquarters last month, as special guests of Avon and Somerset Police’s Black Police Association (BPA). The group of year 9 pupils from City Academy visited the specialist firearms training school at Black Rock, before touring Police HQ, including the call centre and meeting the Chief Constable Andy Marsh. Kermal Singh, General Secretary of Avon
St Pauls over Fifty’s Cinema Club Would like to invite you to: A FREE enjoyable cinematic afternoon On Tuesday 10th July 2: pm – 4:30 pm Film showing @ 2:30 pm @ St. Pauls Learning Centre Light refreshments avaliable Wheel chair accessible Carers, family and friends welcome Good news: Glen Café has kindly offered a 10% discount for those who wish to purchase a hot or cold meal. St. Pauls over fifty’s cinema club will then run every second Tuesday of the month from
Bristol based charity African Initiatives awarded £180,000 to empower African women Bristol-based international development charity African Initiatives has been awarded £180,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to fund a two-year project to bring economic empowerment to disadvantaged women. The focus will be on disabled women in the Kilimanjaro Region of northern Tanzania. This funding will enable African Initiatives to help set up village community banks and deliver vocational, business and financial management
Bristol restaurants champion ‘flexitarian’ eating The rising consumer trend for ‘flexitarian’ eating, which has seen an increasing number of people eating less meat and choosing higher welfare produce, is being championed by restaurants in Bristol backing the new-look Flexitarian Award. The award, which started life in Bristol, celebrates eateries whose menus offer a wide selection of plant based dishes, and aims to showcase the talent of Bristol chefs for