Adblock Bristol briefing highlighting concerns about corporate outdoor advertising in Bristol, this was sent to concillors and handed out before a Bristol City Council meeting in December 2017.
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Dreaming an ad-free Bristol: a creative workshop to re-imagine our city streets led by AdBlock Bristol.
When: Thursday 14 December, 6.30pm-8pm
Where: PRSC Space, 17-25 Jamaica Street, BS2 8JP
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Adblock Bristol is excited to be working on the resurrection of the Burg Arts project, a community arts project that will showcase new artwork on a disused billboard in St Werburghs, Bristol as an alternative to corporate advertising.
Four artworks will be installed on the billboard throughout 2018, in partnership with local community groups. There is an opportunity to feed ideas in at a ‘Meet the Artist’ drop in session in Better Food Cafe. See below for details.
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Bristol City Council are currently consulting on proposals to introduce commercial advertising to our parks and green spaces.
We agree with the Council when they say that our parks are good for our physical and emotional wellbeing; and we acknowledge that the council is under financial pressure to reduce what it spends on these spaces. However, Adblock Bristol feels that introducing advertising would undermine the emotional, psychological and health benefits that these space bring – especially in areas where children play.
There is a consultation to let the council know what we think of the various possible options to save money on parks. Our responses to the consultation could stop this proposal going ahead. It takes about 15 minutes to complete and can be found here:
Council consulation: https://bristol.citizenspace.com/neighbourhoods/parks-and-green-spaces/
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