People in Bristol have responded with alarm to a proposal to introduce commercial advertising into the city’s parks and green spaces, with over 3,000 citizens signing a petition delivered to City Hall today (find the petition here).
Bristol City Council has allowed a proliferation of brightly lit commercial advertisements throughout the city center, failing to stand up to central government and advertisers in defense of our city’s unique culture. Applications were made by New World Payphones in October 2016 to convert three public telephone kiosks in Bristol, adding LED screens to show…Continue reading Bristol City Council fails to prevent a marked increase in commercial ‘visual clutter’ on our streets
BBC Points West TV and radio carried extensive coverage of the debate as to whether Bristol can go ad free. The footage interviewed the Mayor of Grenboble, members of the Brandalism collective, the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft and our very own Nicola Round from Adblock Bristol. You can watch here on BBC Iplayer (until…Continue reading Can Bristol go ad free? BBC news coverage