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  • Communities and Public Health Hire

    Hires | 05.19.24

    We’ve really enjoyed holding our latest round of R&Ds for our Musician in Residence programme at St Anne’s House. It’s always lovely to run sessions in a building that puts artists at its heart. The team at Bricks are friendly, happy to help and committed to providing affordable space for people developing creative ideas in Bristol.

  • MA in Curating Placement – Reflection from my time with Bricks

    News | 05.19.24

    Over the past year, we had the privilege to work the MA Curating Student Elita Robertson. Read on for Elita’s reflection of working across Bricks and St Anne’s House Programme, with the highlight of her wonderful work on RE:COLLECTION – regathering social practice, with visual artist Ellie Shipman.

  • Big News: Bricks have secured the next five years at St Anne’s House

    News | 05.19.24

    Via a lease extension from Bristol City Council and a collaborative partnership with them to work out the future use. We are pleased to announce a five year lease extension from Bristol City Council to Bricks to continue running St Anne’s House as a creative and community hub…

  • Reflecting on 2023 and sharing what’s to come in 2024

    News | 05.19.24

    As this year draws to a close, we proudly reflect on a year of achievements, community support, and exciting new ventures for the future! Firstly, we’re overjoyed to announce that St Anne’s House will continue as a community and creative hub as we’ve secured a five-year lease extension until…

  • Bristol’s Biggest Bike Jumble

    Hires | 05.12.23

    Bristols Biggest Bike Jumble at St Anne's House, in our hireable rooms for a successful bike selling event of first hand and second hand bike parts!

  • Bristol’s Biggest Bike Jumble!

    News | 05.19.24

    18 Nov, 2pm – 3pm Buy and sell second hand bike parts, clothings and accessories this November at St Anne’s House. Have you been hoarding cycling kit & need to make some space? Or want some winter bargains?Then our bike jumble is the place for you & your…

  • Community Climate Conversation – Session 02

    News | 05.19.24

    In this session we explored the Carbon Footprint Reports for Brislington East and West generated using the community carbon calculator ‘impact tool’ developed by the Centre for Sustainable Energy and the University of Exeter. You can use the tool to create your own reports. You find the reports we were looking at in attached documents.