Post for Turbo Island

Post for Turbo Island

If Stokes Croft doesn’t engage with the World Cup, the World Cup comes to Stokes Croft. And this in proper Stokes Croft style. Turbo Island got a delivery, and an unconventional one at that. Who said you need a residence to have mail sent to you? The content of...
Huge digital billboard planned opposite Temple Meads

Huge digital billboard planned opposite Temple Meads

Adblock Bristol is dismayed to report that there’s a new proposal for a HUGE LED digital advertising screen to be mounted on the big City Point building which directly faces the mouth of the Temple Meads Station approach ramp. Object here: 18/01751/A City Point Temple...
10 Years Ago, PRSC and crew…

10 Years Ago, PRSC and crew…

Mina Road tunnel transformed by PRSC and crew Monday 21 April 2008 On Saturday and Sunday 19th/20th April a team of 20 or 30 committed individuals set about their plan to transform the Mina Road tunnel into a real street art gallery. The tunnel, about 70m long with...
The Apothecaire on Stokes Croft

The Apothecaire on Stokes Croft

In March 2018, the Apothecaire on Stokes Croft was installed. Discussing Drugs The area of Stokes Croft is particularly challenged by issues over drugs. Starting from the concept of the ‘Apothecary‘, the place where you would get medicinal supplies, the...
AdBlock Bristol – even the existing billboard is illegal

AdBlock Bristol – even the existing billboard is illegal

  By Nicola – AdBlock Bristol Our voices are making a difference – by persuading Bristol City Council to hold a debate on advertising in parks, and saying NO to a new digital billboard. But first… did you know that the amazing residents of St Werburgh’s have...
Outdoor Gallery: The Cage At PRSC

Outdoor Gallery: The Cage At PRSC

PRSC are incredibly excited about the latest mural installed on our outdoor gallery wall on Monday (Feb 26) the first day of Bristol’s Homeless Awareness Week.  The installation was produced during a project called THE CAGE: Visualising the Housing Crisis, and is made...
Books for Change: Politics and Economy

Books for Change: Politics and Economy

At the Stokes Croft China shop on Jamaica Street, PRSC curate a book section of inspiring and game-changing books. Below are some new additions we think are essential on our politics and economics reading lists. Big Capital Anna Minton Despite the desperate shortage...
Books for change: NHS

Books for change: NHS

At the Stokes Croft China shop on Jamaica Street, PRSC curate a book section of inspiring and game-changing books. Below are some new additions we think are essential on our NHS reading lists. NHS for Sale: Myths, Lies and Deception Jacky Davis,‎ John Lister,‎ David...
Books for change: Women’s Suffrage Centenary

Books for change: Women’s Suffrage Centenary

At the Stokes Croft China shop on Jamaica Street, PRSC curate a book section of inspiring and game-changing books. Below are some new additions we think are essential on our Women’s Suffrage reading lists. FEBRUARY SPECIAL OFFER: Goodnight Stories of Rebel Girls £10...

PRSC AGM

Dont forget our AGM is on tonight! Annual General Meeting for the Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft CIC Wednesday 24th January 2018 17.30 – 19.00 PRSC HQ, 17-35 Jamaica Street Agenda Apologies for absence Minutes of previous AGM Chairs Report – Chris...
Do we want advertising in our parks?

Do we want advertising in our parks?

Advertising in our parks? As if there weren’t enough billboard concerns now Bristol City Council have raised the possibility of billboards and signs in our parks and green spaces to make a bit of money to compensate for the cuts. We agree with Bristol City...
January events at PRSC

January events at PRSC

We’re kicking off here at PRSC with two art exhibitions in January. THE WRY WHY – art exhibition January 8 @ 11:00 am – January 21 @ 7:00 pm The “WRY WHY” is the artists look at the space between loss and gain it is a conversation played out on found...
Contested: Walter Ayles, Conscientious War Objector

Contested: Walter Ayles, Conscientious War Objector

Walter Ayles (1879 – 1953) was a Trade Unionist and women’s rights advocate. He came to Bristol in 1910 as secretary of the Independent Labour Party and was later elected a City Councillor for the Easton Ward, urging municipal ownership of energy and transport....
The china workshops are back!

The china workshops are back!

Want to find a great gift? Love our Stokes Croft China ware but keen to give it a try yourself? Enrol for a Sunday workshop to make your own unique piece! Back by popular demand, the china workshops offer you a calm and relaxing afternoon to enjoy with friends, family...
Bristol’s ‘Hands Across the City’ solidarity march

Bristol’s ‘Hands Across the City’ solidarity march

A solidarity march on 29th October from Bristol Bridge to City Hall marks the culmination of a the month-long celebration of Journey to Justice Bristol (JtoJBristol). The procession will be a colourful and joyous celebration, pausing along the way to hold hands...