Peace activists concluded a four-day vigil by delivering a petition to City Hall calling on Bristol City Council to support the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Bristol Hiroshima-Nagasaki peace gathering returns to Castle Park this weekend to mark the anniversary of dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan in World War II.
For the first time since the pandemic the gates to Goldney Hall will open for the 39th Amnesty International Bristol garden party fundraiser.
The fight against Bristol Airport expansion takes a new turn as campaigners unite to target airport owner the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. A new group,
XR Bristol’s “Bristol on Board” campaign, under which the group is demanding more affordable public transport whilst supporting the fight against Bristol Airport expansion.
The protest continues XR’s long standing opposition to Bristol Airport expansion whilst simultaneously calling for affordable bus fares and public ownership of public transport.
Lucky members of the public will have the chance to score a free vegan ice cream this Sunday.
Hong Kongers living in Bristol gathered on College Green for a mass demonstration against the ongoing interference of China in Hong Kong’s self-governance.
Less than 48 hours after being installed a bee-friendly garden has been removed by corporate advertising company Clear Channel.
A diaspora community of Hong Kongers in Bristol will hold events this week to commemorate pro-democracy protests that took place in Hong Kong in 2019 and 2020
A group of residents calling themselves Bee the Change have installed a bee-friendly garden on top of a bus stop on Cheltenham Road in what they say is a call for action on nature.
Amongst the music and performances, visitors to the Harbourside Festival on Saturday were treated to choruses of We Shall Overcome thanks to a rally in support of refugees and asylum seekers.
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