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Bristol City Council museum service

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery has 20 galleries over three floors with a diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art.

Funding awards

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

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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.

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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

Community Strand to be changed to Creative Seed Fund: Community Arts Strand

Playing Out Lead artist Amy Rose Supported by Playing Out and BCC? Additional contributions from Hazel Nixon Make Sunday Special footage, filmed by Ben Edwards, courtesy of Mandy Rose / UWE Made with help from Naomi Fuller http://playingout.net/ Discover Brislington Brook project lead - Rowan Matthiessen Supported by BCC and the Heritage Lottery Fund Stills Photography by Discover Brislington Brook, Eddie House and Theresa Driscol. Additional interview contributions from Tom Hutchings and the pupils of Broomhill Junior School https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.492282880849070.1073741829.277243372353023&type=3 Our Century Facilitated by Joff Winterhart and Tom Stubbs for biggerhouse film. Funded by Bristol City Council's Creative Seed Fund and made with support from the Knowle West Media Centre and Watershed, with help from LinkAge Additional interview contributions from Pat Filer, Shelagh Hetreed, Princess Campbell (MBE) and Iva Williams Illustrations by Joff Winterhart. Edited by Tom Stubbs www.biggerhousefilm.co.uk Our Century is online here - http://www.watershed.co.uk/dshed/our-century Artshine at the MShed Lead artist - Barbara Disney Bristol Museums lead -- Ben Mellor Supported by Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives Additional interview contributions from Debbie Chant, Adrian Smith, Rhian Loughlin and Margaret Suller Film Credits Edited by Polly Rose and Tom Stubbs Directed and Produced by Tom Stubbs www.biggerhousefilm.co.uk Overview Film (Animation) Film Credits Voice Over -- Vickie Blake Illustrations -- Joff Winterhart Directed and Produced by Tom Stubbs Music -- 'Switcheroo' by The Lonely Ponies -- Stitch Stitch Records www.biggerhousefilm.co.uk

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

George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol puts his litter in the bin (long version)

George Ferguson, Bristol's Mayor is launching a new campaign to highlight the cost of litter and to encourage people to dispose of their rubbish responsibly. Learn more at http://www.bristol.gov.uk/binit and take the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bristol-litter

George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol puts his litter in the bin

George Ferguson, Bristol's Mayor is launching a new campaign to highlight the cost of litter and to encourage people to dispose of their rubbish responsibly. Learn more at http://www.bristol.gov.uk/binit and take the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/bristol-litter

Bristol Central Library art installation

A stunning Bookhive has been created by artists collective Rusty Squid in the entrance foyer of Bristol Central Library to mark the 400th anniversary of the first library being built in Bristol. Come and have a look at this unique art installation which reacts to visitors as they enter the building...

George Ferguson introduces his budget proposals for 2014 - 17

Mayor George Ferguson introduces his budget proposals for 2014 to 17 and the budget consultation. Find out more at bristol.gov.uk/budgetconsultation and have your say.

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College Green
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