A special edition of our famous community-led comedy night – themed around anti-gentrification, land justice, this People’s Comedy sits in the middle of our amazing exhibition to launch the Stokes Croft Land Trust Community Share Offer. A fantastic night of political, social and cultural comedy featuring some of the most exciting grassroots comedians of Bristol and beyond – come and join the revolution!
Join us for an evening of films focused on themes of land justice and common ownership as we celebrate the launch of the Stokes Croft Land Trust Community Share Offer. There will be short talks & some discussion, plus screenings of Concrete Soldiers Uk, and Arc of Justice.
Accompanying the launch of their share offer, the Stokes Croft Land Trust bring you an evening of talks and discussion around the ways that community wealth building has been used as a tool by others to secure democratic control of everything from food to local services.
Accompanying the launch of their share offer, the Stokes Croft Land Trust has joined forces with the Bristol Community Land Trust to bring you an evening of talks and discussions around the fascinating issues of gentrification and community ownership, with a line up of amazing guest speakers from across the co-op and community wealth building world, looking at everything from anti-gentrification to how you ensure local control through sustainable community ownership.
An exhibition celebrating and explaining the goals and ambitions of Stokes Croft Land Trust’s first share offer… come along, enjoy the show and invest in the future!
Years in the planning, this November we’re ridiculously excited to be launching the Stokes Croft Land Trust Community Share Offer to buy PRSC HQ and retain it as a cultural hub in the hands of the community – your hands. We’ll be laying on an amazing night of music, talks and community love – join us as we celebrate the launch of a new way to fight back against gentrification!
Land ownership in the UK reflects the huge inequalities in the country. The battle for land and housing rights is a fundamental one that can impact on almost all other struggles. Nick Hayes and Keith Cowling present the two very different approaches they have taken to finding solutions. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
The first of a number of blogs addressing the toxic effect of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill 2021.