The Burg Arts project is a community arts billboard in the St Werburghs neighbourhood of East Bristol, UK. From 2010 – 2013, the site featured a prolific series of artworks organised by local artists….Continue reading Artist Call Out: Burg Arts Lockdown Edition
Our monthly organising meetings are open to anyone who’s interested in planning and delivering the campaign for an ad-free Bristol, and related activities. Maybe you have an idea you’d like to share, or want to know how you can get involved, or simply want to find out more. All are welcome. Next meeting: Date: Wednesday…Continue reading Join us at our next organising meeting: Wednesday 21 November 2018
We’re delighted to say that Bristol City Council have rejected the proposals for 34 new digital advertising screens on our streets, which we first reported on here. Thank you Bristol City Council, and big thank you to everyone who objected to the proposals – your voices will have helped the Council step up and say…Continue reading Success! 34 digital advertising screens rejected by Bristol City Council
Adblock Bristol raised a petition (that now has over 4000 signatures) opposing Bristol City Council’s proposal to fund parks by selling advertising space in them. This is a video of the petition being presented and then debated in a full council meeting on Tues 20 March 2018.
Adblock Bristol is dismayed to report that there’s a new proposal for a HUGE LED digital advertising screen to be mounted on the big City Point building which directly faces the mouth of the Temple Meads Station approach ramp. Object here: 18/01751/A City Point Temple Gate Bristol BS1 6PL This is a very busy “T”…Continue reading Huge digital billboard planned opposite Temple Meads station