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This article is an offshoot of Bristol community action focusing on community resources and assets. Resources such as networks, events and community involvement (people and relationships) can be considered as primary resources. Also resources are the activism and physical assets (or what citizens value), such as green spaces and biodiversity, cycle lanes, food initiatives, etc, from the other Bristol community pages.

Community resources[edit | edit source]

  • Stokes Croft Land Trust, "Stokes Croft is one of the most independent and iconic areas of Bristol. Now it is time to secure the future of our community's land… for the community. " added 16:35, 10 November 2021 (UTC)
  • Bristol Community Land Trust, link checked 16:35, 10 November 2021 (UTC)
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Community energy[edit | edit source]

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Grid Scale Battery Community Fightback
Authors: Bristol Energy Cooperative, Jun 8, 2023

Networks

  • Bristol Energy Network, umbrella organisation for all community energy groups in Bristol and the surrounding area

External links

Funding

Housing and land[edit | edit source]

  • Tiny House Community Bristol, "registered Community Benefit Society, formed by a grassroots group of driven people who are pioneering a socially and environmentally regenerative housing movement for all."
  • Green building: Bristol Green House, link checked 10:46, 31 July 2023 (UTC)

Community and voluntary action[edit | edit source]

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Voscur

Video[edit | edit source]

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Citizens data initiative[edit | edit source]

Bristol City Council open data

Maps for community action[edit | edit source]

bristolstreets.co.uk, map based information about transport and other things in and around the city of Bristol. See also BristolStreets

Bristol City Council mapping website

Sustainable energy: Bristol solar map on bristol.gov.uk

Funding community action[edit | edit source]

Apps for sustainability[edit | edit source]

Bristol Parkhive, provides an index of over 200 of Bristols parks and green spaces and provides ample additional information for users.[1] - Bristol Pound Mobile App

Past events[edit | edit source]

2017

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Jun 8 - 25 Festival of Nature, a wild adventure up the River Avon

March 25 Up Our Street Festival of Solutions 2017, Easton Community Centre, Kilburn Street. Priorirty for residents of Easton and Lawrence Hill

February 22 Bristol Soup

2016

Sept 2 - 4 Radical Technology Revisited conference

Jun 4 - 5 Get-Growing-Garden-Trail-2016.pdf

Apr 29 - May 7 Bristol Food Connections, bringing people and good food together

February 24 Bristol Soup

2015

Bristol is European Green Capital for 2015,[2] Events, information from bristol2015.co.uk

August 22 Fair in the Square to "celebrate 20 years of the National Cycle Network with a fun-filled festival and Lullaby ride."

July 4 - 5 International Fairtrade Towns' Conference @Bristol Conference Centre

2014

February 8 Bristol Futures Forum

February 24 - March 9 Fairtrade Fortnight in Bristol

April 26 - May 26 Bristol Walking Festival

May 1 - 11 Bristol Food Connections, bringing people and good food together

May 5 Eat-In! Bristol

June 7 - 15 Festival of Nature, June 14 - 15 Harbourside event

June 12 Painting the Town Green event for community and voluntary organizations in the lead up to Bristol Green Capital 2015

June 14 - 22 Bristol Big Green Week

June 22 Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride

September 13 -14 Bristol Green Doors 2014

November 25 Making Bristol's Streets Special, Civic Society Annual "Big Event"

2013

September 28 - 29 Bristol Green Doors 2013

Other resources[edit | edit source]

  • Assets in the introductory article such as networks, events and community involvement (people and relationships) can be considered as primary resources. Also resources are the activism and physical assets (or what citizens value), such as green spaces and biodiversity, cycle lanes, food initiatives, etc, from the other community pages.
  • Peak oil: Building a positive future for Bristol after Peak Oil

See also[edit | edit source]

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Authors Phil Green
License CC-BY-SA-4.0
Language English (en)
Related 0 subpages, 9 pages link here
Aliases Bristol resources, Bristol community action resources
Impact 63 page views
Created July 31, 2023 by Phil Green
Modified November 2, 2023 by Phil Green
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