Bountiful Bristol Bulletin

Twilight Session at Feed Bristol 26 June by nadiacatkinhillman
June 25, 2012, 8:31 pm
Filed under: Energy, food-growing

For Teachers and Community Groups
Tuesday 26th June, 4-6pm

Find out how your school or community group can get involved in organic, nature friendly food with Feed Bristol.

Explore how nature makes us grow, visit our children’s badger den, meet the Feed Bristol team, book a growing session, apply for a plot, tasty cakes and refreshments

RSVP: Please e-mail

Click here to download the Twilight session flyer.


BIG Green Week 9-17 June by nadiacatkinhillman
May 25, 2012, 11:38 am
Filed under: Energy, Food, Fun, music, Organic, Recycling, renewable energy, social, Transition, Workshops

The BIG Green Week festival programme features one hundred events over nine days in Bristol, from Saturday 9th to Sunday 17thJune.

All tickets are now on sale for these inspiring comedy, music, film, poetry, art and ideas events. Around half the events are free of charge.

Full details are now available on our daily festival events pages on this website, or you can download a pdf of our full printed programme here.  (Please note the full printed programme is a large 7.5 meg pdf file and may take some time to download).

The £10 discount ‘Green Pass’ wristband is the best value way to enjoy Bristol’s BIG Green Week, with reduced price tickets, as well as discounts at cafes, restaurants and bars around the festival.



Bristol Energy Network meeting. by nadiacatkinhillman
February 14, 2012, 8:43 am
Filed under: Energy, Uncategorized

23 February, 7 to 9 pm, Hamilton House, free event

23rd February 2012,
Hamilton House

The first BEN meeting of 2012 will continue in the established formula from last year – a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with progressive debate and, of course, an action orientation.

The meeting will feature three distinct sections:

News and progress from the four local LEAF scheme winners,

possibly more if we keep our fingers crossed in the second round!

Bristol City Council support for community energy,

And a short talk on how to run simple and engaging Draught Busting workshops in your local area