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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

Video feed

Introducing the Warmer Homes project

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/warmerhomes Bristol City Council will be fitting external wall insulation to around 3,200 council-managed homes in the city over the next 6-8 years. This short video explains what the work will involve and the benefits for tenants.

ASK George Ferguson - Mayor of Bristol

George answers questions submitted by the public and independently chosen by presenter Martin Booth (Bristol Culture). Jump to the questions: Q1 1:37 Gentrification Q2 4:15 Arts & Culture Q3 5:44 Arena Q4 7:02 Sainsbury's Q5 8:51 War Memorial Q6 11:02 Supermarkets Q7 12:34 Derelict Buildings Q8 14:22 Student Housing Construction Q9 15:30 Role for Businesses Q10 19:20 Port Q11 21:53 Events Q12 25:37 Alternative Transport Q13 28:49 Proportional Representation Q14 30:10 Voter Levels Q15 31:26 Accountability Q16 33:08 Mayoral Role Q17 34:41 Worst Elements of the Role Q18 37:32 Power George did not know the questions before this interview

ASK Sue Mountstevens - Police & Crime Commissioner

Recording of Police & Crime Commissioner for Avon & Somerset - Sue Mountstevens - in her first live web chat #asksue. Daniel Evans, Crime Reporter for the Bristol Post asked your questions. Q1 1:41 - Station Closures Q2 7:05 - Removal of PCSO's Q3 8:08 - 20mph Zones Q4 14:21 - Listening to Public Opinion Q5 18:09 - Restorative Justice Q6 20:12 - Graffitti Tagging Q7 21:35 - Weston Super Mare Cover (*Signal Loss) Q8 22:32 - Crime Recording & Satisfaction Q9 26:32 - Guest Visits Q10 27:31 - Cycling Campaign Q11 29:15 - Social Services Integration Q12 30:25 - Anti Social Behaviour Q13 32:14 - Parking Q14 33:36 - PCC Role Q15 36:59 - Badger Cull Q16 41:09 - Police Federation Q17 42:36 - Theft Investigations *Full Version: http://youtu.be/HF71pOH1vtU

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Bristol City Council Election Results 2014

Live Webcast of the Election Results for one third of council seats. http://www.bristol.gov.uk/voteresults 3:24:00 Filwood Ward Declaration 3:28:30 Kingsweston Ward Declaration 3:47:50 Brislington West Ward Declaration 3:53:05 Hengrove Ward Declaration 3:57:30 Stockwood Ward Declaration 4:00:00 Whitchurch Park Ward Declaration 4:02:05 St George West Ward Declaration 4:05:00 Bishopston Ward Declaration 4:09:45 Brislington East Ward Declaration 4:12:30 Henleaze Ward Declaration 4:14:50 Henbury Ward Declaration 4:18:30 Knowle Ward Declaration 4:21:20 Lockleaze Ward Declaration 4:26:20 Horfield Ward Declaration 4:32:20 Westbury-on-Trym Ward Declaration 4:35:00 Bedminster Ward Declaration 4:37:00 Stoke Bishop Ward Declaration 4:38:50 Hartcliffe Ward Declaration 4:40:50 Southmead Ward Declaration 4:44:10 Windmill Hill Ward Declaration 4:47:25 Avonmouth Ward Declaration 4:49:40 Southville Ward Declaration 4:53:25 Redland Ward Declaration 4:56:35 Bishopsworth Ward Declaration

Make Sunday Special 4th May 2014

A great fun day out for all the family... The first Sunday of each month until September, Old City Centre. Get the latest news on all the events for each Sunday at bristol.gov.uk/makesundayspecial

Cabinet 1st April 2014

Bristol City Council Cabinet meeting at Henbury School. 1st April 2014, 6.00PM

Bristol Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Consultation

To find out more and take part in the consultation, please visit http://www.bristol.gov.uk/floodstrategy The consultation closes on Tuesday 10th June 2014.

Cabinet 4th March 2014

Bristol City Council Cabinet meeting at the Vassall Centre. 4th March 2014, 6.00PM

The Lord Mayor - Sport Relief - The Bristol Mile

The Lord Mayor shows his support for Sport Relief and The Bristol Mile which takes place on Sunday, 23 March at Greville Smyth Park. Enter now at www.sportrelief.com. Entry fees apply.

Active Travel - Grandmother's view

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Mother's view

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Cycling & Scooting

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Father's view 1

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Father's views 2

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Journey Method

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Journey Stages

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel Promo

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Teacher's view

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Active Travel - Weather

Active travel to school This resource shares the views of pupils, parents and teachers on the benefits and perceptions of active travel to school. Each video is less than 3 minutes long and is designed to allow pupils to discuss and debate various aspects of the school journey to encourage thinking around safe, independent travel to school.

Cabinet 4th February 2014

Bristol City Council Cabinet meeting at Merchants' Academy. 4th February 2014, 6.00PM

Bristol Love Health Checks

For the latest on the NHS Health Check programme you can visit our website http://www.healthcheck.nhs.uk/ or subscribe to our monthly e-bulletin http://www.nhshealthcheck.nhs.uk/Default.aspx?show=register

Creative Seed Fund: Artists and Arts Organisation Development Strand

In a Town By Jennifer Bell Supported by Bristol Old Vic, BCC, Theatre Bristol, Tobacco Factory Theatre and Arnolfini Stills photography by Maria Mochnacz and Paul Blakemore Additional footage taken from Bristol Proms - live performance. Music performed by The Beautiful Machine and The Night Bus Choir. http://theatrebristol.net/jennifer-bell Young Arnolfini Arnolfini Lead -- Kamina Walton Supported by Arnolfini and BCC Additional interview contributions from Grania Grace Cohen, Fiona Claybon and Jacob Matthews http://youngarnolfini.wordpress.com/ Move Over Darling A project by Tom Marshman Supported by Bristol Ferment and the Bristol Old Vic and Trinity Arts and BCC Additional footage by Ben Pollack and Elaine Kordys Stills photography by Paul Blackmore Other photos kindly donated by participants http://www.tommarshman.com Volt A project by Lina B. Frank Supported by Ausform, Circomedia and BCC Additional interview contributions from Grania Pickard and Willow Vidal-Hall, Gravity's Witness Stills photography by Graham Burke Additional footage by Team Ausform http://www.ausform.co.uk/ Film Credits Edited by Polly Rose and Tom Stubbs Directed and Produced by Tom Stubbs http://www.biggerhousefilm.co.uk

Overview to be changed to Creative Seed Fund: How to apply

Voice Over -- Vickie Blake Illustrations -- Joff Winterhart Directed and Produced by Tom Stubbs Music -- 'Switcheroo' by The Lonely Ponies -- Stitch Stitch Records http://www.biggerhousefilm.co.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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