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1, Welcome @ Hamilton House

March 23 - March 26

  The exhibition will explore the experiences of those uprooted by conflict and persecution over 70 years since the Second World War. From 1940s Greece to Syria today, the striking pictures from Magnum photographers show the reasons why people are forced to flee, the challenges they face on their journeys to safety and what happens when they make it. The exhibition is part of Amnesty’s I Welcome campaign, calling on

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Ongoing

Kali in the Crypt: Stained Glass Window Exhibition @ St John on the Wall

March 20 @ 8:00 am - March 28 @ 5:00 pm
St John on the Wall, Broad Street
Bristol, BS1 2EZ

During the exhibition there will be fascinating talks on: The history of stained glass Explanations of the imagery in stained glass The making and meaning of Rose Windows Stained glass conservation Stained glass techniques There will also be a range of workshops, demos and learning activites for all the family. We do hope to have the exhibition open everyday from 12pm until 4pm. Unfortunately, due to Delia's recent medical issues, there may

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8:00 am

REACT Festival @ Acta Community Theatre

March 26 @ 8:00 am - March 29 @ 5:00 pm
Actacentre, Gladstone Street
Bristol, BS3 3AY United Kingdom

A festival of theatre made by refugees will be held on 26 – 29 March 2018. This next actacentre international theatre festival will bring together learning from the REACT project,which uses community theatre for refugees to share their stories with host communities across Europe. The festival will include shows, seminars, workshops and conversations from acta’s REACT partners in Sicily and Holland, practitioners from across Europe and community performers from across Bristol and the UK.

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10:15 am

Easter Trees – Holiday Stay and Play @ Children’s Scrapstore

March 26 @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am
The Children’s Scrap store, 21 Sevier Street St Werburghs
Bristol , BS2 9LB United Kingdom
£5

Festive trees aren't just for Christmas. Craft your way into Spring with a colourful medley of scrap and craft materials! Take home a cluster of homemade decorations or an inventive, newfangled tree.. Most suitable for ages 5-10 but all are welcome. Adults stay for the duration. To book click here! For more information, drop in to Children’s Scrapstore or email events@childrensscrapstore.co.uk

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10:30 am

‘Smash the Patriarchy’ Playgroup @ St Werburghs Community Centre

March 26 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
St Werburgh’s Centre, St Werburghs Community Centre
Bristol, England BS2 9TJ United Kingdom
Free

'Smash the Patriarchy' Playgroup An inclusive feminist playgroup that is stimulating for both adults and children using play and discussion. All genders, all aged children, soon to be parents welcome! Even if parents cant fully participate in discussion I will make sure I create a space that allows you to be involved on some level. This space also welcomes anyone who is new to feminism and wants to learn more!

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1:45 pm

Marbles and Mazes – Holiday Stay and Play @ Children’s Scrapstore

March 26 @ 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Children’s Scrapstore, Sevier Street
Bristol, BS2 9LB United Kingdom
£5

  Experiment with pipes, tubes and anything that rolls! Make a mini marble maze in a box or transform a corner of the playroom into a giant puzzle. We just hope you can find your way out... Most suitable for ages 5-10 but all are welcome. Adults stay for the duration. To book click here! For more information, drop in to Children’s Scrapstore or email events@childrensscrapstore.co.uk  

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2:00 pm

Driving social value & improving sustainability standards in our homes @ Hamilton House

March 26 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft
Avon, Bristol, BS1 3QY
Free

DESCRIPTION This event will mark the national launch of outputs from two related projects, which form a key part of UKGBC's Cities Programme: A report from the Social Value Task Group, which provides guidance for public and private sectors on using the hot topic of social value to drive higher quality, sustainable construction and regeneration. A new resource pack, aimed at local authorities all over the country, intended to support forward-thinking

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