What happened during Project Omid? Since new year, I’ve been asked on several occasions what happened during Project Omid? It’s hard to describe without sounding too gushy because so many people did so much with so little, unfortunately we were unable to do as much as we’d hoped because Omicron meant that we had to work with the families in … Read More
Project Omid Closure
Well, that’s a wrap – for us, but not for everyone else. Baggator Nexus has completed Project Omid, supporting the Afghan Refugees over the School Holidays. We’ve handed back to the City Council and Bridges for Communities. Omicron Covid stopped us from doing what we wanted to do, but thanks to everyone who volunteered, we had some fun and helped break … Read More
Today Easton joins the European Space Agency.
Tomorrow Easton’s Young Citizen Scientists will have many opportunities to work with world-class Academics. Part of a £250,000 project devised and coordinated by St Marks Road Community Group. Today: Easton, Bristol has the only European Space Agency air quality sensor in the UK. There are only 17 in the world right now. It’s the latest in a unique set of … Read More
Women only safety and street defence
Starting; Thursday 14th October 1:15pm – 2:30pm (Please try to arrive early) Women Only Self-Defense and Street Safety workshops @ The Pickle Factory, 13 All Hallows Rd, Easton BS5 0HH. Sessions are free , but to join please text or call Lily to confirm 07936177150, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Imogen Thomas will be instructing the session; the 1st session is an … Read More
Green Party Easton and Lawrence Hill Surgeries
Do you have a local issue that you’d like to discuss with a councillor? Yassin Mohamud (Lawrence Hill ward) and Jenny Bartle and Barry Parsons (Easton ward) are here to help. We are the Green Party’s councillors in these wards. We have arranged surgeries in different locations across the two wards. If it isn’t convenient to come to a surgery, … Read More
Easton Jamia Masjid produces “A Muslim’s Guide to Climate Change”
Click here to download “A Muslim’s Guide to Climate Change”.
Bristol Get Growing Garden Trail 2021 – Pickle Factory
On the 18th and 19th September 2021, fruit and veg gardens across Bristol will be open to visitors as part of Bristol Food Network’s Get Growing Trail. Baggator at The Pickle Factory (13 All Hallows Road) will be open Saturday 18 September 1-4pm and Sunday 19 September, 4-7pm. An Oasis in the Heart of Easton. The Pickle Factories Garden is … Read More
What does pollution look like?
Saaf Hava (Safe Air) Phase 2 We are about to set up a real-time high street ‘Notice Board’ as part of a STEM in the Community project called ‘Easton Data Garden’. The Notice Board is a large PC monitor showing air pollution and traffic data collected by Citizen Sensors where the screen is. The goal is to have Young Citizen … Read More
Newtown celebrates 50th Anniversary
Residents of Newtown came together for an afternoon of food, music and fun to celebrate fifty years of the area’s existence. The event was put together by local resident Debbie Benjamin with support from the Salvation Army, Lawrence Hill health centre, Trinity Tabernacle, Baggator Nexus and local businesses and volunteers. Music, food, fun and games The sun was shining in … Read More
Traffic and Air Pollution Monitoring in Easton
Title: SAAF HAVA adds live Traffic and Air Pollution Monitoring on St Marks Road and All Hallows Road SAAF HAVA’s Air Pollution Monitoring sites are adding Telraam Traffic Monitors. Live Sites include St Marks Road and All Hallows Road. You can see the results live here https://telraam.net/. Live Air Pollution Monitoring here https://maps.sensor.community/#14/51.4645/-2.5583 Saaf Hava & the Baggator Nexus are … Read More
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