Gordon Young's Clifton walks have proved very popular and he is continuing them into the autumn. Each walk is focused on commemorative plaques, with Walks I and III in Clifton, and Walk II descending to Hotwells.
A Zoom talk on The 20 Minute Neighbourhood, by Julia Thrift of the Town & Country Planning Association, will be take place at 7.30pm on Wednesday 29 September 2021.
The Bristol Civic Society 2021 Annual Design Awards will be held on 19th October 2021 in St Georges, Bristol, itself a former winner of a Bristol Civic Society Design Award.
The fascinating story of what became known as the White City will be unfolded for us by Clive Burlton, a publisher, author and local historian.
There are emerging (and very different) plans for Bristol Zoo's Clifton site and the Bristol Civic Society has arranged two presentations to clarify what is being proposed.
At this visit to Ashton Court Deer Park, Head Ranger Mark Cox will talk about the Park.
Artspace Lifespace and The Friends of Ashton Court Mansion will host a visit to the Mansion by members of the Civic Society. Society members will visit the normally out of bounds first floor.
A visit to St Michael on the Mount Without, now restored following the fire in 2016 that destroyed the roof and much of the interior. Its owner and restorer Norman Routledge will host the visit.
The Bristol Civic Society Summer Social event, which was cancelled in 2020, is back. It will be held this year at The Observatory.
By popular demand Gordon Young offers a further set of guided summer walks of the Clifton commemorative plaque sites and the people behind them.
An open zoom meeting on the future of Western Harbour to help form the Society's position on this major development.
Ed Hall will lead a walk down the Avon New Cut, starting close to Brocks Bridge and ending at Cumberland Basin.
A second opportunity to join a walking tour of Shirehampton led by David Martyn, Senior Conservation Architect, Bristol City Council, will cover its history and architecture.