On 23 November 2023 in Orchard Street, a blue plaque was dedicated to the Crimea and Indian Mutiny Veterans Association.
Bristol Civic Society has responded to the second round of consultation on the A4 strategic corridor scheme.
Gordon Young’s latest walk covers 17th-century King Street, cobbled Welsh Back and the soaring, cathedral-like St Mary Redcliffe church.
Bristol Civic Society members are invited to visit Easton Mosque, one of the oldest places of worship for Muslims across the South West.
Bristol Civic Society objects to the proposed development on Wapping Wharf North.
We are organising two visits to the M Shed storeroom, where many maritime and industrial objects of local interest are kept.
The Civic Society has been very fortunate in being able to arrange a visit to Bristol’s own film studio, The Bottle Yard Studios.
A guided Bristol’s Civil War walk with Pete Insole, tracing a route from Fremantle Square to Brandon Hill, looking at archaeological and surviving evidence.
The Civic Society has expressed concerns about the loss of employment opportunities in this part of Bristol.
The Civic Society supports the submission made by the Old Market Community Association for the Premier Business Park, Sussex Street, Bristol.
We address five questions that are central to the success of the City Centre Development and Delivery Plan.
We have strongly objected to the planning application for the redevelopment of the Premier Inn, The Haymarket, which is now with Bristol City Council.