Bristol News

Support for Statue Toppling from LGBTQ Peeps

LGBT Bristol, the semi official body that networks community organisations to the City Council, has broadly welcomed the toppling of the statue of slave trading merchant Edward Colston during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in the city at the weekend. LGBT Bristol did not themselves make any public comments, but in their daily webfeed of community news, called the Daily Outburst, they republished a number of articles from newspapers such as the Guardian, looking at the reasons for the pulling down of Mr Colston's statue.

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POSTPONED - Bristol Pride 2020

It was only a matter of time before this announcement came. With the corona virus, Covid-19, taking over more and more of every day life, events and Prides up and down the country have had no choice but to cancel or postpone their events.

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B247 Paper Editors List Highlights for 2020

The January issue of alternative Bristol newspaper B247 is out now. On its monthly LGBT page are a number of highlights of the year 2020 which are hotly anticipated by its editors.

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B247 Looks Ahead to LGBTQ Events in 2020

The January issue of alternative Bristol newspaper B247 is out now. On its monthly LGBT page are a number of highlights of the year 2020 which are hotly anticipated by its editors.

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West Country Festival Breaks Down Death Taboo

Something that will happen to all of us, and yet which often in British society we are reticient to talk openly about is death, and is related experiences of end of life care, and bereavement, grief and mourning from those left behind.

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23
Dec

The top and very historical Bristol theatre The Old Vic has left a huge bundle of brochures for its 2020 season at the Old Market Tavern, one of the top gay meeting places in Bristol.

21
Dec

Is your politics radical?  Obviously LGBT people don’t belong to any one political faction, and there are many popular gay conservatives, such as the much loved Scottish politician Ruth Davidson, w

09
Aug

It is with much regret that we have to advise you that the studio and transmission equipment for community radio partners of ours, B.C.F.M., at Easton Community Centre were destroy

24
Jul

St Paul's is an area with a proud history of making its own media.

24
Jul

“Up Our Street”, a community newspaper for the Easton and Barton Hill areas of Bristol, reports that the Fostering and Adoption Team of the local City Council are particularly interested in hearing

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