Exploring our local heritage with all members of the community, to uncover and share what we learn about our past.
Our exhibition opens Monday 29th January at City Hall Vestibules for one week before moving to Bristol Central Library.
Free performance, Tuesday 12th December 5.30 at Colston Hall
IMAGINING SOUTHMEAD – FREE EXHIBITION WORKSHOP in collaboration with Journey to Justice
Venue: ORCHARD SECONDARY SCHOOL
17th October 2017, 13:30 – 15:00
70 years ago, when Southmead was only half built and the Welfare State was newly born, a group of schoolboys created a vision of a perfect place to live.
Students from Orchard Secondary School and local residents have been exploring themes identified soon after WW2 about what people considered was needed for a fairer society then and what is needed today. You are invited to come and share your thoughts and add to the idea of what makes for an ideal community.
For more information and to book email firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Council and Heritage Lottery funding is secured to help celebrate 70 years of friendship, since Bristol children first sent shoes to poverty stricken Hannover in 1947, who in return ‘paid’ through music and songs.
Following the community’s successful performance of the Meadows to Meaders soap opera, the accompanying exhibition of Southmead objects will now be on show at Southmead Library over the summer.
You can hear the associated stories on our Memories page.
Let Year 5 at Ashton Gate Primary School give you a guided tour of the 1914 International Exhibition, (known locally as White City) that they have recreated in Minecraft.
St Barnabas CEVC Primary recreate the Bolingbroke Rebellion of 1399 at Bristol Castle in Minecraft.