Is the ‘Halo Effect’ preventing diversity in the Green Sector? 

25 May, 2022 - 11:17


The “green sector” has become four times larger than manufacturing in the UK (IPCC, 2021) and Manu Maunganidze from the...

Charities must plan now for growing cost of living crisis 

23 May, 2022 - 11:56


With inflation climbing to historic levels as a result of supply issues caused by the pandemic and Brexit, what can charities do to mitigate the adverse effects? 

Pro Bono Economics...

Very mobile libraries in Bristol this summer 

18 May, 2022 - 12:24


Did you know that the library can now pedal its way to your community? 

With 100s of libraries being closed over the last decade and remaining library services, staff and premises under increasing financial pressures those with responsibility for running these community hubs have...

Expressions of Interest welcomed for Bristol’s One City Culture Board 

16 May, 2022 - 15:19


The City Office, creator and guardian of the Bristol One City Plan, has announced that the Expression of Interest process to join the Culture Board is now open.

Launched in January 2019, Bristol's One City Plan describes where the city aims to be by 2050, and how partners will...

People, not processes, must be at the heart volunteering

16 May, 2022 - 11:51


What do volunteers in Bristol really need in order to make their most effective contributions? The new Vision For Volunteering provokes fresh dialogue.  

The Vision for Volunteering, drawn up by a partnership of five charities,...

South Bristol Wellbeing – Call for expressions of interest

13 May, 2022 - 12:28

City Lab is a new way of funding which brings groups together to explore key issues in Bristol. The project is led by City Funds, a partnership between Bristol City Council, Bristol & Bath Regional Capital and Quartet Community Foundation. 

The project is looking for an organisation...

Voscur and Wesport to distribute £380,000 to local communities

11 May, 2022 - 12:07


Wesport, the sports charity that helps people to become more physically active and enjoy the benefits that an active lifestyle can bring, has launched the Sport England, ...

Bristol to have UK's first regular drug checking service

9 May, 2022 - 15:35


The proposed service is due to be decided on by Bristol’s cabinet on May 10, and could open its doors for the first time on May 28 as well as operating before events such as festivals.

Drug checking services have run successfully across Europe for around 40 years and pilots in...

Bristol votes to remove elected mayor role

9 May, 2022 - 14:07


Just 10 years after voting to bring in a directly elected mayor, last week Bristolians voted against keeping the role of an elected Mayor.

Labour incumbent Marvin Rees, who had already said he would not run for a third time, will serve out the term until 2024 at which point all...

Bristol mayor - how will you vote in the referendum?

4 May, 2022 - 10:56


This Thursday Bristolians will vote on whether to keep the existing city mayoral system or to return to the committee system, a method last used in Bristol in 2000. 

As a city, we have several mayors representing us; for starters we have the traditional Right Honourable Lord...