News & Events


News & events from 2014

Civic Society starts petition to save Ebenezer Chapel

  The Bristol Civic Society has started an on-line petition to save Ebenezer Chapel on Midland Road from demolition, after original fittings were removed from the building and an...

Antiques Roadshow coming to Ashton Court

The BBC Antiques Roadshow is coming to Ashton Court on Thursday, 29th May and the BBPT will have a stand there, to put our work and ideas before the wider public.  Opening times: 9:30am till...

Caravans on the roof!

Grade II listed Brooks Guesthouse got a new extension last weekend, as four iconic replica Airstream 1950s caravans were craned up onto the roof.  Located right next to the historic St. Nicholas...

Brunel’s Other Bridge

Not a lot of people know that the great  Isembard Kingdom Brunel was responsible for two bridges in Bristol, the Clifton Suspension Bridge and the lesser known Swivel Bridge. Much older than the...

Taking steps to learn about Bristol’s past – Old City Heritage Trail published

With summer just round the corner, residents and visitors are being urged to discover the medieval history of Bristol thanks to the publication of a new walking tour map of the Old City. The Walled...