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About brookbabbler

Discover Brislington Brook Coordinator Lover of nature fascinated by our living history people person fun and adventurous

St Anne’s Day Pageant and Festival 2014

The St Anne’s Day Pageant and Festival 2014 was an incredible success with over 300 visitors! Local children developed and performed “A Pilgrim’s Plot” – a story about a plot to kill the queen on route to the medieval chapel … Continue reading

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Amazing animations!

Back in May we held an animation workshop for local families based on the St Anne’s Pilgrimage…And what a great day it was! 20 people came and we created some very special stories! Have a look here:

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Low Cost Drama Workshops for Brislington Families this May/June/July

Hello potential performers young and old – Discover Brislington Brook has just got funding from Bristol City Council’s Creative Seed Fund to put on low cost (£15 for 11 workshops) creative drama/performance workshops for children (aged 8-12) and their parents/grandparents/guardians! … Continue reading

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Fantastic Art Work from St Anne’s Juniors

On Wednesday 19th March 2014, 25 budding artists from St Anne’s Junior School, Brislington, took part in a workshop led by Discover Brislington Brook. The aim was to produce black and white line images of wildlife found along the brook … Continue reading

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New proposed Children’s Play Area for Hungerford Road Open Space

Please find attached details for the new play area proposed for Hungerford Road Open Space off Hungerford Gardens. At this stage we are engaging West Town Lane Academy, Hungerford Community Centre Kidzone and Brislington Enterprise College on the ideas and … Continue reading

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New Entrances for St Anne’s Wood and Nightingale Valley

After many months hard work the designs for the exciting new entrances to St Anne’s Wood and Nightingale Valley are finally ready to unveil. Earlier this year Discover Brislington Brook and Bristol City Council secured funding to improve paths, entrances … Continue reading

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Autumn/Winter events diary

The new Autumn/Winter events diary is up! Print it out and stick it on your fridge so you know what’s happening! https://discoverbrislingtonbrook.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/dates-for-your-diary-autumn-winter-2013.pdf It would be great to see lots of people at the events so please share this with all … Continue reading

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