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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

Free two year old places

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

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

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

No Use Empty West - Abandoned Property

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

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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

Air Quality masterclass - Ian Mudway

Ian Mudway Centre for Environment & Health http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

Air Quality masterclass - Anke Lükewille

Anke Lükewille Project Manager , Air Pollution, European Environment Agency (EEA) http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

Air Quality masterclass - George Ferguson

George Ferguson Mayor of Bristol http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

Air Quality masterclass - Steen Solvang Jensen

Steen Solvang Jensen Aarhus University / Danish Centre for Environment and Energy http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/environment/green-capital-masterclass

No Excuse Bristol

http://thisisnotanexcuse.org.uk

Libraries for the Future - Introduction

http://www.bristolfuturelibraries.co.uk

OSMB 14th November 2014

Overview & Scrutiny Management Board 14th November 2014. 2:00PM

Mayor George Ferguson State of the City 2014

Mayor George Ferguson's State of the City Annual Lecture, 10th November 2014 from Bristol University, part of the Festival of Ideas 2014.

Place Scrutiny Commission 23-10-2014 Part1

Part 2 http://youtu.be/U5AiYTzR8K8 Part 3 http://youtu.be/xcrr6e7pEXM City Hall, 10:30 23rd October 2014.

Place Scrutiny Commission 23-10-2014 Part3

Part 1 http://youtu.be/S7A1rQWpsBM Part 2 http://youtu.be/U5AiYTzR8K8 City Hall, 10:30 23rd October 2014.

Place Scrutiny Commission 23-10-2014 Part2

Part 3 http://youtu.be/xcrr6e7pEXM Part 1 http://youtu.be/S7A1rQWpsBM City Hall, 10:30 23rd October 2014.

OSMB Mayoral Question Time 16 10 14

Overview & Scrutiny Management Board - Mayoral Question Time 16th October 2014. 5:00PM

OSMB 16 10 2014 part2

Overview & Scrutiny Management Board 16th October 2014. 6:00PM Part1 http://youtu.be/AfR7M9y2ExQ

OSMB 16 10 2014 part1

Overview & Scrutiny Management Board 16th October 2014. 6:00PM Part 2 http://youtu.be/dlAmDZpwtc4

Active Travel, Active Play – Blaise Castle Estate

These videos were created with children who took part in Active Travel to School Week 2014. They told us all about their favourite places to play outside and why it is special to them. This video was filmed at Blaise Castle Estate in Henbury, Bristol with our prize winner Mason and his friends from Henbury Court Primary School. Travelwest works in schools in partnership with Sustrans. For further information please see our websites. http://www.travelwest.info/schools http://www.sustrans.org.uk

Active Travel, Active Play – The Cycle Path

These videos were created with children who took part in Active Travel to School Week 2014. They told us all about their favourite places to play outside and why it is special to them. This video was filmed on the cycle path through Stockwood Nature Reserve, Bristol with our prize winner Hannah and her friends and family from Waycroft Academy. Travelwest works in schools in partnership with Sustrans. For further information please see our websites. http://www.travelwest.info/schools http://www.sustrans.org.uk

Active Travel, Active Play – The Skate Park

These videos were created with children who took part in Active Travel to School Week 2014. They told us all about their favourite places to play outside and why it is special to them. This video was filmed at Dame Emily Skate Park in Southville, Bristol with our prize winner Félix and his friends from Southville Primary School. Travelwest works in schools in partnership with Sustrans. For further information please see our websites. http://www.travelwest.info/schools http://www.sustrans.org.uk

Active Travel, Active Play – The Field

These videos were created with children who took part in Active Travel to School Week 2014. They told us all about their favourite places to play outside and why it is special to them. This video was filmed in the open space behind prizewinner Violet’s Nan’s house along with family and friends from Filton Avenue Junior School, Bristol. Travelwest works in schools in partnership with Sustrans. For further information please see our websites. http://www.travelwest.info/schools http://www.sustrans.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

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