Bristol Civic Society warmly welcomes its members and friends to this year’s Annual General Meeting which will take place at 7.30pm on Tuesday 4th June.
Blue Plaque unveiling: the Bristol and West of England Society for Women’s Suffrage was set up when Florence Davenport Hill invited a group of like-minded individuals to a meeting at her home at 3 West Mall, Clifton, Bristol.
Four films, capturing the evocative, changing streetscape of our city.
Each year Bristol Civic Society presents an award for an outstanding piece of work by a graduating student from the Faculty of Environment and Technology at the University of the West of England. Here is the 2018 winning project by Lewis Hill.
A walking tour of this new city quarter taking in Castle Bridge, the conversion of the former Brewery buildings and the construction of new buildings on this densely developed site.
Members of Salisbury Civic Society paid a return visit to Bristol following the Bristol Civic Society visit to Salisbury last year.
A walking tour of the Redcliffe area led by David Martyn, Senior Conservation Architect, Bristol City Council, covering its history and architecture.
A reciprocal visit following our Salisbury trip last summer. An opportunity to host the visit and show the best of Bristol.
Civic Society members will hear a presentation from Mike Herbert (of Bristol airport) on the future vision for the airport, covering planning and development.
For one weekend a year, Bristol Open Doors allows you see inside buildings old and new across the city.
What do Oxford and Bristol, two seemingly very different cities, have in common? Skylines under threat; insurmountable transport challenges; ugly in-your-face-developments; an expanding student population and a shortage of affordable housing. Quite a lot, it turns out.
On Monday 18 June a plaque was unveiled at Kingsdown Parade to commemorate a celebrated Bristolian, Robert Southey.