Access Creative College is investing over £5 million in a new games and digital media hub in Bristol city centre. Courses now on offer include Games Art, Games Technology, Video Production & Photography and Digital & Interactive Media.
Jeremy is a person-centred counsellor, working in St George. He offers evening and weekend counselling slots to both adults and students – with the goal of helping you to manage your concerns more effectively.
So if you need to talk things through… ‘Get in the chair with Jer!’
Proctor + Stevenson are a Bristol based business to business marketing company with almost 40 years’ experience. We do marketing that makes a difference. And can prove it’s making a difference. From unique universities and undersea cables, to robots, boundary-breaking laptops and even brand-new cities. Our clients and their industries are as diverse as our projects.
A new joint venture between the UK’s two music licensing societies – PPL and PRS for Music. They have joined forces to make it easier for their customers to obtain a music licence for the playing or performance of music in public.
Working with Talking Money and West of England Care & Repair, the WHAM project is set up to support Bristol residents – giving advice on energy, money, and carrying out home repairs. and helping those struggling with high bills, cold homes and debt. WHAM can help you if you are on a low income, or are a single parent or unemployed and living in Bristol.
A multi service music studio based in Barton Hill, Bristol. Services include high quality rehearsal space, a fully equipped recording studio, equipment hire, storage facilities and venue hire.
Artist management and consultancy, concert promotions, radio and multimedia programming, festival stage programming and management, International Songwriters Association and entertainment agency.
Travelling Light uses theatre to enhance the lives of children and young people. From its base in Barton Hill, its stories travel all over the world, offering children and young people a chance to go on wild adventures.
Bristol Festivals supports the sustainable and strategic development of Festivals and Events (arts, heritage, science, sport, food and drink) in the Bristol area, for the benefit of the widest range of audiences in the West of England.
Hey! What? is headed up by BS5 resident Hamish and has produced all the design collateral for this year’s Redfest. Hamish has over 20 years experience in design, branding, advertising, film and animation and also works with other festivals such as Glastonbury (West Holts Stage), Love Saves the Day and The Downs Festival.
The ReUsery is a new not for profit organisation based in Redfield. We promote sustainable development through reduce, reuse, repair, upcycle, and recycle initiatives. We run and host various inspiring sustainable lifestyle workshops, reuse craft classes and some free skills swap sessions from our studio on Church Road. Pop into our tent to make some upcycled craft creations for FREE and get more information about us and our workshops.
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