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Video of Zoom event on Bristol Transport History: 28th April 2022

The video of a Zoom meeting at which conservation architect David Martyn recounted the story of the discovery of the true architect of Temple Meads and the history of Brislington Tram Depot.

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Better Bristol Spring-Summer 2022

The Spring-Summer 2022 issue of our magazine, Better Bristol, is now published and available on-line.

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Survey of members

The Bristol Civic Society surveyed its members in June this year. Of a membership of 577, 140 responded, a very encouraging response rate.

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Bristol Open Doors

For one weekend a year, Bristol Open Doors allows you see inside buildings old and new across the city.

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Avonmouth Station

Network Rail is seeking to demolish the Victorian station building at Avonmouth. Most of the original station has long since been demolished and this former booking office is the last part still standing.

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Digital advertising

Bristol Civic Society is dismayed to learn that a proposal is going to the Cabinet on Tuesday 13th January, which could lead to electronic advertising hoardings in Bristol.

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Bridges walk

For details of the Bristol bridges walk (as featured in Better Bristol 2014), an example of the ‘Seven Bridges of Königsberg’ problem in mathematics.

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Old City Traders’ Postcards

A partnership project initiated through the Old City Traders’ & Business Forum has produced a set of 15 beautifully designed postcards that highlight special buildings and businesses in Bristol’s Old City.

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