Campaigners Dirty Water Bristol have installed satirical blue plaques around Bristol harbour, criticising politicians who voted to pour sewage into waterways.
Protesters target Barclays as seven avoid prison for window-breaking action
Members of XR Bristol held a demo outside the Broadmead branch of Barclays in solidarity with seven women sentenced today in London for breaking the windows of Barclays’ headquarters in 2021.
Bristol protests latest attack on trans rights
Standing in the road at the junction of St Augustine’s Parade and Baldwin Street, hundreds of people from Bristol’s LGBTQ+ community voiced their anger at a recent attack on their rights by the government
Popular climate event comes to Bristol for first time
Come We Grow is an exploration of environmentalism through the creative arts. Started in London in 2019, Come We Grow will be held in Bristol for the first time this Sunday, January 29, at the Rose Green Centre, Gordon Road BS5 7DR.
Junior doctors protest ahead of strikes over pay
Junior doctors, applauded throughout the pandemic, have endured a 26% real terms pay cut since 2008, according to the British Medical Association (BMA), and in 2022/23 were offered a 2% pay rise, well below the current level of inflation.
Activists target car companies in international ad-hacking campaign
Bristolians joined international activists over the weekend to hack billboards with artworks parodying car adverts.