Like most people, I’m currently in that pre-election period where once every five years, politics actually gets exciting and engaging. … Continue reading Bristol City Council – Democracy for only £13.70!
This month sees the return of the Japanese Foundation Film Tour to Bristol. The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme returns … Continue reading Nobody to Watch Over Me – The Japanese Foundation film festival comes to the Watershed. + NERDY NOSTALGIA AND SUSHI (╯°□°）╯
Roughly 6 Police cars and vans and have been parked around the premises of the derelict Camelot building next to Marketgate that … Continue reading Owner of derelict building on Recross Street looking to kick out squatters in order to build school buildings.
My friend Yee and I today decided to have a look around Bristol Museum and Art Gallery as we were … Continue reading English Magic – Jeremy Deller @ Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
A couple weeks ago I visited my first council meeting in Bristol. I didn’t realise how much fun they were, … Continue reading Go FRACK yourself George Ferguson
Point of NO order The meeting at City Hall was filled with angry protesters and disgruntled citizens on Tuesday evening, … Continue reading Point of no order at Bristol council meeting
The Bristol Credit Union has backed plans by the Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, to ban the advertising of pay … Continue reading Plans to ban pay day advertising in Bristol backed by Bristol Credit Union