Bishopston Ward Council Elections Hustings On Tuesday 30th April, 7.30 PM – 9.30 PM At St Michaels Church Hall, 160a Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8NT
Sustainable Bishopston are pleased to invite all Bishopston voters to meet and ask questions of the Bristol City Council electoral candidates for the Bishopston Ward.
Voting takes place on Thursday [...]
Sustainable Bishopston invites you to a talk and discussion on Monday 14 May 2012 at 7.30pm at St Bonaventure’s Presbytery.
Daniella Radice will give an overview of the Green Party’s philosophy and principles and talk about the Bristol Green Party.
Please come – whatever your political views and hear what the Green Party offers.
We are having our Grand opening and Spring Fair on Saturday 28th April 12-4pm at the new Golden Hill Community Garden – formerly Horfield accessible allotment and edible forest. They’ll be cakes! plants sale! music from fabulous people including Pip’s Jukebox and Bristol Voices Community Choir! free art activities for kids! growing workshops for [...]
Some notes on the meeting from Sarah Thomson:
Ella Williams, from Resource Futures, presented a very detailed and useful outline of the changes which are taking place to Bristol’s waste recycling, following the City Councilʼs agreement with May Gurney, which began last July.
Resource Futures is “a dedicated consultancy, offering all-round expertise in waste management and resource conservation”. [...]
SUSTAINABLE BISHOPSTON Annual General Meeting Wednesday 5 October 2011, 8.00pm St Michael’s Church Hall, Pigsty Hill, Gloucester Road [view map] AGENDA 1. Welcome from Chair: Rupert Higgins 2. Secretary’s Report (tabled) 3. Treasurer’s Report (tabled) 4. Election of Officers for 2011-12 5. Any Other Business (to be notified to Officers prior to AGM). To be followed by [...]
More details coming soon – watch this space or wait for an email if you’re on our mailing list…
You’re invited to our next event, a walk on Thursday 27th May at 7 PM visiting several members’ homes to see various measures that they’ve taken to reduce their environmental impact. This will include various solar energy installations, various forms of insulation and draft-proofing, very low energy LED lighting (used as a plug-in replacement for [...]
How & where do you buy your fish? Will there always be enough? Is the fish you eat sustainably caught or sustainably farmed? Come & watch this film and bring a friend. All welcome.
Something fishy? Come & Watch the Film
‘The End of the Line’
- Can Bristol become more Sustainable?
Come & Watch the Film
WEDNESDAY 10 February 2010
St Michael’s Church Hall, 160a Gloucester Road
The film is reviewed here, or get a sneak-preview below:
In Transition 1.0 from Transition Towns on Vimeo.
We’re planning to hold an informal drinks/chat in a local pub on Thursday 10th December.
Come along to meet like-minded people and chat about what SB is doing (or could be doing). If you have an idea for a locally-focussed sustainability initiative or project, this could be the perfect way to start the ball rolling.