Anyone who has lived in or even visited the city of Bristol knows it is unique. In many ways it is a kept secret. And yet, Bristolian figures and artifacts are known worldwide… Read More
Home Movie Day is a worldwide celebration of amateur home movies. Bring your home movies along to have them digitised! 18th October, MShed.
In the 1970s and 80s small underground clubs and regular house parties provided a necessary avenue of expression for a bubbling African Caribbean music culture that was still not welcome in many mainstream… Read More
As part of Knowle West On The Move, tapes from the BFI video archive in Berkhamsted are being transferred from an obscure video format called IVC to digital files. They are being returned… Read More
Westmoreland House from Nine Tree Hill Born in 1926, John Trelawny-Ross, the son of a clergy man, was brought up with his sister just outside of Plymouth. Later he went on… Read More
When we first talked about the Know your Bus strand of this project, all of us had visions of an old double decker bus. Kitted out with our gear and decorated with the… Read More
A short conversation between three key members of ACTSA.
The Vaughan Postcard Collection now has over 500 images researched, placed and loaded onto the Know Your Place website, and our volunteers are continuing to make steady progress through their chosen fields of… Read More
Students at St Katherine’s School in Bristol gave feedback on the draft version of the ‘Map Your Bristol’ website.
On Tuesday, 22 July, Peter Lewis (who developed Bristol Channel and Knowle West TV) met Jeremy and Dave (Calling the Shots), Nate (Know your Bristol on the Move) and Julian (Bristol Records Office)… Read More