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Local Links for Ashley

Local Community News and Community Centres


Stokes Croft:

St Werburghs:

St Pauls and St Agnes:

St Andrews:

Sustainable Bishopston - Formed before the Transition Town movement. With a true vision of a post-oil, sustainable, community based future:

Local Campaigns and organisations

Boycott Tesco – “working towards a sustainable future where people come first.”:

Freebus – Non-Profit transport by and for the people of Bristol:

Sims Hill – A community owned agricultural scheme with hopes to reclaim Bristol’s historic (and fertile) agricultural land. The first of it’s kind in the UK:

St Werburghs City Farm – A jewel in the heart of the city and an excellent example of urban farming:

Community farm – A not-for-profit farm to link people with the food they eat:

Selfsufficientish - The excellent guide to living sustainably in the urban environment. Little tips for a geener and healthier life:

Bristol Green Doors - is an organisation that runs open homes events across the year that showcase how our homes can be made "fit for the future":

Shift Bristol - Providing holistic, solutions-based and hands-on learning to prepare for a low-carbon, post-oil, creative, dynamic and community-centred future:

Gus Hoyt

Gus Hoyt

Gus Hoyt, Ex-Councillor for Ashley

Rob Telford

Rob Telford

Rob Telford, Ex-Councillor for Ashley

Contact the Ashley team

Contact the Ashley team

How to get in touch with us in Ashley

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