Mapping LGBT+ Bristol is developing our permanent online archive of the LGBT+ history of Bristol and the surrounding region. The stories are presented as a map on this website and also on the Know Your Place website provided by Bristol City Council and neighbouring local authorities. The map is also available as a mobile app (Google Play and iTunes).
- Gathering the stories of LGBT+ people through oral interviews.
- Research in the Bristol Record Office, libraries and other local archives.
- Collating and storing the digital material we collect and uploading it to websites.
Activities are co-ordinated at monthly meetings, usually the second Monday of each month. Everyone is welcome. For further information, get in touch via our contact form.
The next meeting is:
Monday 14th November 2016, 6pm to 7:30pm
Hall floor, 39 Royal York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4JU
Door is on promenade level, i.e. raised pavement above road. Bottom doorbell ‘Leigh’.
Meeting room is wheelchair accessible; toilet is not.
No.8 bus from Temple Meads and city centre; ‘Clifton Village’ stop.
Bikes can be brought into building for security.
‘Pay & display’ parking on Regents Street and Princess Victoria Street until 9pm.
Clifton Down and north of Clifton Park: no parking restrictions after 5pm (5 min+ walk).