Parents, grandparents and children took over the city centre as over 1,500 people took part in a Halloween themed protest for fairer and more affordable childcare.
Month: October 2022
Common good: how Bristol’s communities are redefining climate action
A scheme led by Bristol Green Capital Partnership is challenging barriers to action by reframing climate action as community action to tackle inequality, reduce social isolation and improve the local environment.
Old Market (Remixed) brings hidden histories to life
Hidden histories of one of Bristol most infamous streets will be on show next week as the Wardrobe Theatre hosts Old Market (Remixed), a one-man show celebrating the extraordinary in the everyday.
Make clean air fair, demand activists
Protesters gathered outside City Hall on Tuesday (October 18) to raise concerns about the upcoming Clean Air Zone, which they say will disproportionately affect disabled people.
No case to answer: Palestine Actionists walk free
A judge has ruled that three activists have ‘no case to answer’ just hours into the first day of a planned three-day trial.
Palestine Action in court, supporters outside
Three Palestine Action activists appear at Bristol magistrates’ court today charged with aggravated trespass following action last November.