Just Stop Oil slow march through Bristol
From 1pm on Saturday, March 18, Just Stop Oil (JSO) activists and supporters, many wearing the now-familiar orange hi-vis tabards, marched slowly around the city…
Campaigners to protest Bristol Zoo closure
Campaign group Save Bristol Zoo Gardens (SBZG) are planning a protest march from the Victoria Rooms on Queens Road to the former zoo site in…
Activists call for Clifton Cathedral fossil fuel divestment
Members of the Extinction Rebellion offshoot picketed the Cathedral on Sunday morning (March 5) in protest against the diocese’s continued investment in fossil fuels.
International Women’s Day 2023 to remember lives of women killed by men
Bristol Feminist Collective and allies will take to the streets on Wednesday, March 8, to remember the lives of women killed by men in 2022.
New funding extends Community Climate Action scheme
More communities will have the chance to join Bristol’s innovative climate action plan scheme thanks to a new mentorship programme and funding.
Demo for missing children seeking asylum
Two hundred pairs of shoes, one for every child seeking asylum gone missing without trace from government care.
“Ditch First Bus” say campaigners as calls for bus review grow stronger
A small group gathered outside the offices of the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) on Redcliffe street in a protest organised by the Ditch…
Bristol activists among scientists acquitted for climate protest
On Friday, February 10, four members of Scientists for XR, an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, were acquitted following a successful appeal against earlier charges of…
Myanmar Diaries to show at The Cube on anniversary of military coup
A special film will be shown at The Cube cinema to mark the second anniversary of the military coup in Myanmar, which has claimed 19,000…
Thousands of striking workers march through Bristol
Banners of almost every major union were carried above one of the biggest marches Bristol has seen in recent years.
Plane wrong: Bristol Airport expansion upheld in blow to campaigners
A High Court judge has dismissed the appeal of climate campaigners and ruled that Bristol Airport expansion can go ahead.
Parody blue plaques highlight dire quality of Bristol’s water
Campaigners Dirty Water Bristol have installed satirical blue plaques around Bristol harbour, criticising politicians who voted to pour sewage into waterways.
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