All local children, young people and families are invited to take part in a free Carnival workshop throughout August & September at Docklands.
There will be opportunities to learn about the Carnival culture, get practical with making the costumes and much more.
For more information, please contact:
Amirah Cole on 07 783 054 583 and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Docklands Youth Centre.
Brigstocke Road, St Paul’s,
Bristol, BS2 8UA
Check out the images below for the programme of activities!
In honour of the Bristol West Indian Parents and Friends Association
The St Pauls Carnival is one of the longuest established Caribbean style Carnivals in the United Kingdom and 2018 will mark its 50th Anniversary.
In June 2015, Iconic Black Bristolians in partnership with 121 Creatives will be launching the first of our Summer Artival Exhibitions and will introduce The Seven Saints of St. Pauls, who are the seven founders of the St. Pauls Festival.
The free exhibition, running from the 29th of June to the 4th of July, will include illustrated portraits with accompanying biographies and will be the launch of The Seven Saints of St Pauls Heritage Mural Initiative.
The Seven Saints of St. Pauls Heritage Mural Initiative is a two-year project, which will see the erection of seven murals painted in the St. Pauls area of Bristol to celebrate the achievements of some of our key members of the African Caribbean diaspora in Bristol; The seven saints of St. Pauls.
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We are looking for a number of trustees to join us to assist with the development of the organisation as we have recently completed a Community Asset transfer from the council for the building Docklands Settlement on Brigstocke Road, St Paul’s, Bristol. So, this is an exciting time for Full Circle.
St Pauls Unlimited is an organisation with residents in the driving seat. They are working in partnership with public, private and voluntary sector organisations to make a difference to the lives of the people living in St Pauls.
To celebrate Black History Month in October, Full Circle is hosting free reading meetings starting on the 13th of October and running for 5 weeks on Black British Poetry for anyone who is interested in learning more about the breadth and diversity of poetry from Britain’s many BME communities. Read more below.