Our shop is open again! On Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 12-4pm and every Saturday from 11am-4pm you can browse and buy from the Stokes Croft China shop on Jamaica Street.
You can still shop online 24/7, however to minimise exposure to our shop staff and to the post office workers, we post out our online orders second class on Tuesdays and Fridays, so please be patient with your deliveries.
We fund our entire operation through the china shop and our event space – by ordering from our online shop or donating you can help to ensure our future existence. We appreciate all your patience and support throughout this difficult time.
Stokes Croft Food Project is a collaboration between local businesses, charities and campaigners, set up to tackle hunger and food poverty in Stokes Croft by providing nutritious food to those most in need in our community, particularly during this global health crisis.
A collaboration with Dr John Lee of the University of Bristol, on a COVID-19 #medicineonthewalls project. Using our outdoor gallery wall, and our street-art friends, we’re making a video-graff message of public health – with our own take.
Our regular skill-sharing/self-help sessions for local rough-sleepers are still happening on Tuesday afternoons from 2-4pm. Survival skills, tips and tricks for living on the streets, tea & coffee, plus a blanket exchange offering tents, bedding & toiletries.
We improve and bring life to our urban environment
We campaign for local issues
Since 2007, the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft – PRSC – has worked tirelessly to promote civil liberty with a particular focus on public space. Sweeping, painting and speaking out are part of their resistance to zealous overregulation of independent initiative. Their lead has arguably encouraged others to do the same and, as a result, Stokes Croft remains a hub of confident and creative dissent.
Latest blog posts
An account from Benoit about our experiences supporting people on the front line through lockdown. We've been running weekly drop-in sessions for the local homeless community for a while now, mostly distributing information, sleeping bags and tents, and signposting to...read more
A project making visible otherwise hidden lockdown stories from precarious workers.read more
With venues closed and performances socially distanced at best, some Bristol cultural hubs have been turning to alternative ways to reach their audiences. Are we witnessing the birth of a new culture of Bristol community led media?read more
Upcoming Featured Events
List of Events
25 artists per session, following social distancing measures.
Wrap up warm.
Blankets are provided.
The People's Art Fair is back! Head on down to The Space at PRSC to sample art of all flavours from a wide range of local artists.