On Saturday (January 15), protest group Youth Climate Swarm will take action on the streets of Bristol. Having first emerged in London in December, Youth
By a majority of 11 to one a jury has found the Colston 4 not guilty of criminal damage for the toppling of the statue
Bristol Sex Workers’ Collective led a march through central Bristol tonight (December 17) in a protest to end violence and stigmatisation targeted at sex workers.
Campaigners face a last minute scramble to safeguard 74 mature trees on Baltic Wharf, land on which Bristol City Council plans to build luxury flats.
ACORN Bristol tonight occupied the foyer of City Hall to create “the world’s longest toilet queue” in protest against the closure of public toilets. The
Following a popular rally in October, Together With Refugees returned to the city centre on Saturday (December 11) in protest against the Nationality and Borders
As hundreds of Bristolians queued across the city to buy Banksy t-shirts commemorating the toppling of Colston’s from his plinth, a small group gathered outside
Notable Bristol figures led a mock funeral procession on Park Street this morning (Friday, December 10) to raise awareness of climate breakdown. Amongst the 21
The festive period promises to be a restive one for Bristol with a schedule of protests running throughout advent. No fewer than nine protests and
Seven months after saving the Ashley Down Oak from felling, campaigners are still waiting for transparency and concrete commitments from Bristol City Council. Earlier this
Staff at the University of Bristol (UoB) are holding three days of strikes over pensions and pay disputes. Yesterday (December 1) thousands of staff with
As Christmas lights twinkled overhead, sparks flew on the streets below as 100 people marched for Bristol’s annual Reclaim the Night march on Thursday evening
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