Meet the estate residents picking up trowels and spades to fight harmful social housing stereotypes
A gardening group at Dove Street, one of Bristol’s landmark high-rise estates, has battled negative representation in the media, fire safety issues and the threat of demolition – and in the process forged a new sense of community.
Inside the Hartcliffe theatre and creative arts organisation giving a lifeline to south Bristol families
Brave Bold Drama breaks down the financial and geographical barriers south Bristolians face in accessing theatre and the creative arts. But its stability is under threat as one of its founders faces eviction.
‘The pressure is driving people out’: nursery workers warn government childcare reforms will backfire
The last time England’s men played football at Ashton Gate – a mere 110 years ago
In 1913, 8,000 fans came to Bedminster to watch the England men’s team play Wales, where foul weather had turned the pitch into a quagmire.
How can workers turn strikes into wins?
As the cost of living crisis bites, recent months have seen the return of mass strikes. While the cards are stacked against workers, they have won important victories – how have these been achieved, and how can we build on them?
‘Instead of 20 people on the bus, we’ll have 10 taxis’: how cuts to Bristol’s buses are hitting BS3
Axing bus services is leaving already marginalised communities stranded. New responsive travel initiatives are aiming to connect communities to key transport routes, but do they really meet people's needs?