Bountiful Bristol Bulletin

Bristol Green Drinks: Wednesday 27th June, 2012 by nadiacatkinhillman
June 25, 2012, 8:39 pm
Filed under: Friends, Fun, social

We’re looking forward, once again, to welcome like-minded people for a sociable drink on Wednesday 27th June – the next get-together of Bristol Green Drinks. We meet to network in an informal setting …

Llandoger Trow, King Street, Bristol, BS1, from Jun 27, 2012 06:30 PM to Jun 27, 2012 09:30 PM by Stevie Silver


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.



Bearpit Mash-Up by nadiacatkinhillman
February 12, 2012, 5:34 pm
Filed under: free space, media, music, social

The Bearpit has, for too long, been a neglected part of Bristol. In recent years some people have been trying to do something about it and finally there would appear to be some progress.
Bristol City Council recently announced they would be improving it and helping to facilitate the Arts there in various ways.

To celebrate this we’re putting on a Rush-Hour Mash-Up special in The Bearpit on Wednesday 15th featuring DJ Cheeba, Eclectic Method and a wide range of other Creative Commons artists.
It’ll start when it’s dark and finish when we’re done.

Please invite your friends and wrap up warm.
It’s February!

Coming up next from OC in March will be 2 sets in one night in The Cube as part of Bristol Radical Film Festival. After that expect news of a regular slot in Stokes Croft.

May 22, 2008, 11:11 am
Filed under: social

Hello from all at ArtsSpacelifeSpace,

You are receiving this email because you are on our Pro Cathedral mailing list and as we are now fully underway with setting up a new venture, which is by far the most ambitious project that we have worked on to date, we thought it was high time to give you an update and to find out if you’d still to be kept in the loop with all of our plights and delights for 2008 and beyond.

Since the Pro Cathedral project finished in December, we have been busy negotiating the terms and conditions of our biggest undertaking to date.  Working closely with developers, Urban Splash, we have now secured the old city centre fire/police station formerly known to most as Bridewell, now renamed ‘The Island’  We are currently working to get this incredible site up and running.  When finished ‘The Island’ will house the following amenities Continue reading

Windmill Hill Event this Sunday by nadiacatkinhillman
May 6, 2008, 2:39 pm
Filed under: food-growing, social

All welcome at Windmill Hill City Farm, next Sunday the 11th May to raise funds for the

A couple of stalls and free kids activities during the afternoon then
ticket holders only from 4 onwards.

Tickets are £5. There are two live bands, food (incl. in price of ticket)
by Café Miatreya, and a bar.

Please join us in celebrating growing food!

Tickets can be bought in advance or on the day

Becky Thoburn

Windmill Hill City Farm Gardener

Eastside Roots Open Day/Spring Fayre Tomorrow! by nadiacatkinhillman
April 25, 2008, 2:33 pm
Filed under: food-growing, peak oil, social

As I hope you all realise its Eastside Roots first Spring Fayre – this Saturday from 11am (Grand opening featuring Easton Community Choir – come early so as not to miss a great acapella sing song!) to 6pm up at Stapelton Road Train Station site. Below is a list of activities for adults and children alike so please check out so you dont miss anything.

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An International Days of Action for Squats and Autonomous Public Spaces by nadiacatkinhillman
April 4, 2008, 9:48 pm
Filed under: free space, Fun, social, Workshops

An International Days of Action for Squats and Autonomous Public Spaces has
been called for on the 11th and 12th of April 2008. Across Europe diverse groups of enraged
creatives will be reclaiming spaces for art, housing, workshops,
discussions, talks, films, food, swap-shops, music, performances & open mics
to name but the bare essentials.

Whilst their motives are locally specific, these autonomous actions are
drawn together by common threads:
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