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Bristol City Council museum service

Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives service (BMGA) is the largest museum service in the South West. It operates seven cultural venues of which Bristol Museum and Art Gallery and M Shed are flagship sites.

It cares for over 1.75 million objects of national and international importance.

Its venues are free to enter and last year it welcomed over 1.1 million visitors through its doors.

The service is core funded through Bristol City Council and Arts Council England.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £1,685,000
  • 2013-2014: £1,680,000
  • 2014-2015: £1,680,000

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Your vote matters, make sure you're in

Register to vote online by 20 April at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. If you haven’t already, make sure you’re registered for this year’s local and general elections. You can’t vote, if you’re not registered. Your vote matters. Make sure you're in.

Cabinet 7-4-2015

Bristol City Council Cabinet meeting at @Bristol, 6pm on the 7th April 2015.

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Ahead of the Curve - Lars Tharp

Lars Tharp tours the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery exhibition Ahead of the Curve - new china from China.

Homeless Awareness Week 2015

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/homelessweek 23-27 February 2015

Temple Gate - What do people think of area today?

Exhibition video from the Help Shape a new Temple Gate consultation running from 13 Jan to 18 February. Exhibition at Engine Shed until 30 Jan. Visit bristoltemplegate.com/gate to have your say We went out on the streets to find out what people think about Temple Gate Exhibition at Engine Shed

Help shape Temple Gate - exhibition video of proposals

Help Shape a new Temple Gate is a consultation which presents proposals for how this area of the city council could be remodeled to provide a welcome to Bristol befitting of a major European city. The is the video from the exhibition running at Engine Shed (Temple Meads) from 13 Jan to 30 Jan. Have your say online at www.bristoltemplequarter.com - consultation closes 18 Feb

Free places for two year olds

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/freeplacefortwos

Mayor’s Fund for Bristol

Giving to help transform local lives. Make sure no one’s left out in the cold this winter. Find out more about the fund and how to make a donation at http://www.quartetcf.org.uk/mayorsfund

Working with Bristol in Brussels in 2015 - highlights

Bristol Mayor George Ferguson speaking at the launch of the Bristol-Brussels Office alongside Karl Falkenberg from the European Commission’s DG Environment For more info, please visit http://goo.gl/YgpH01 (PDF)

Working with Bristol in Brussels in 2015 - speeches

Bristol Mayor George Ferguson speaking at the launch of the Bristol-Brussels Office alongside Karl Falkenberg from the European Commission’s DG Environment For more info, please visit http://goo.gl/YgpH01 (PDF)

No Use Empty West - Abandoned Property

http://no-use-emptywest.co.uk

Air Quality masterclass - Interactive Workshop

Interactive workshop and feedback) http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

Air Quality masterclass - Alan Andrews

Alan Andrews Client Earth http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

Air Quality masterclass - Morten Kabell

Morten Kabell Mayor of Copenhagen http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

No Excuse Bristol

http://thisisnotanexcuse.org.uk

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Contact details

www.bristolmuseums.org.uk

Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives
Queen’s Rd
Bristol
BS8 1RL

51.456169, -2.60368

  • 51.456169 -2.60368

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