October 2014 News Magazine

Our latest news magazine is available to read online or to download. In this month’s edition there are articles on the recent Health Awareness Day, a Speed Faithing/Speed Phasing event, and Fostering and Adoption, amongst others. There is also information on how to get involved in next year’s Diverse Doors Open Day, as well as some…

Bristol FGM Initiative

An event has been held in Bristol to highlight work being done in the city to combat the practice of Female Genital Mutilation. The Communities Minister, Stephen Williams attended the event, held on Sunday 13th July at Easton Community Centre, Kilburn Street, Easton. This event is a forerunner to the Girls Summit being held later…

Health Awareness Day 2014

Our third successful Health Awareness Day was held at The City Academy in Bristol, on Sunday 28th September. This year we had about 120 people attending, with over 120 children participating in the athletics activities. We will bring you more information in the near future, but we just wanted to share some photos and some…

July 2014 News Magazine

Our latest news magazine is available to read online or to download. It contains articles on all our latest projects. In this month’s edition there are articles on the Blood and Organ Donation Campaign, Diverse Doors Walk, a Sikh community parade, a write-up of our successful Peace Event with CND veteran Bruce Kent and an article on…

The Blood and Organ Donation Campaign Legacy

The Lord Mayor for Bristol (2013 – 2014) Cllr Faruk Choudhury selected the Blood and Organ Donation Campaign as his special project for his year of office. In particular, the Lord Mayor’s aim was to raise awareness and increase blood and transplant donation in Bristol with a particular focus on those groups who are under-represented…

Diverse Doors Open Day Feb 2013

The day started with a buzz, meeting happy people to board on the trail bus. Those who booked on the trail were met at 162 Pennywell Road.  The trail bus was full and 5 others were following the trail in their own transport or sharing a car. At each venue everyone felt welcomed and were…

AGM and Conference ‘Disability and Accessibility’

On a damp and windswept evening early in November the Bristol Multi Faith Forum opened the doors of theUnitarian Chapel on Brunswick Square to welcome people to its Annual General Meeting. With members of the major faith groups in the city present along with representatives of the City Council, the LGBT Forum and Disability Forum,…