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What's next for Bristol?

Reimagine the city’s future across a floor full of fun - free for all ages! Calling Bristolians big and small, the Bristol Urban Forum needs you. Drop by Sparks on Saturday 22 July anytime from 11-3 pm to play interactive games and share your experience of living in Bristol.

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What's next for Bristol?
What's next for Bristol?

Time & Location

22 Jul 2023, 11:00 – 23 Jul 2023, 15:00

Broadmead, Sparks, 78 Broadmead. Bristol, BS1 3DS

About the event

Calling Bristolians big and small, the Bristol Urban Forum needs you. 

Drop by Sparks on Saturday 22 July anytime from 11-3 pm to play interactive games and share your experience of living in Bristol.

You might care about climate change and protecting nature or perhaps you’ve got a great idea to improve road safety. Whatever it is, all ages, backgrounds and viewpoints are invited to help us build a new future.

Find us on the first floor with plenty of pens, paper, and plastic bricks!

Where?

Find us on the first floor in the former Marks & Spencers building

Sparks, 78 Broadmead, Bristol BS1 3DS

When?

Saturday 22 July 2023

Drop-in from 11 - 3 pm.

Come and go as you please or stay for the full three-hour session.

Who?

Bring your friends, family, chosen family, neighbours and colleagues - everyone is welcome!

We're particularly keen to host people who've never taken part in a citizen's assembly or forum event before.

FAQs

Will there be refreshments?

We’ll provide squash, tea and coffee. If you'd like to bring something tasty to eat or share with others, we encourage you to bring some cold snacks and finger food. Just make sure to note the ingredients for anyone with allergies.

What is Sparks?

Sparks Bristol is a department store with a difference, co-created by Global Goals Centre and Artspace Lifespace. From fashion and food to nature and energy, each department is designed to support people in Bristol to take easy (and often money-saving!) actions on climate, equality and wellbeing.

Is Sparks accessible?

Yes, the ground floor of Sparks is fully accessible and we have lift access to the upper floors, located next to the Department of Discovery.

Where can I find out more about Sparks?

Visit sparksbristol.co.uk/about

Who runs the Bristol Urban Forum?

Bristol Urban Forum is run by an informal volunteer team who came together in May 2023. Motivated by our experiences in community engagement, communications and tackling urban challenges.

Who can volunteer for the forum?

Please get in touch today if you would like to join the team. You don't have to have worked on this kind of project before. We are very keen to expand, diversify and above all - listen. Email ben@bristolurbanforum.org

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