What's On in Horfield & Lockleaze March 2019
Our What's On Guide for March 2019
Muller Road Traffic Consultation event, Old Library, 4-8pm
From March 6
ENCOUNTERS: WALKING THE FRACTURED CITY FREE admission to 15 paintings by contemporary British artist Mark Cazalet , set in hidden corners of today’s West London and portraying incidents said to have taken place in Christ’s final journey.The paintings show Injustice, betrayal, suffering, redemption and love as the important issues of our day . @ Victoria Methodist Church, 1A Whiteladies Rd, Clifton, Bristol . BS8 1NU From Wednesday March 6th to Thursday April 18th 2019. Opening times: 12-2pm Mon-Fri. 10am -2pm Sat. Please visit www.vic-methodist-Bristol.org.uk for linked events or contact Vicmethevents@gmail.com for more information
Lockleaze Planning Forum, Cameron Centre, 7pm
Library ideas event; have you got ideas for your library and its building? Libraries being discussed: Horfield, Lockleaze, Southmead, Westbury and Henleaze. Greenway Centre, Doncaster Road, Southmead, BS10 5PY, 10am-12 noon.
Soul singer - Ravel - at Lockleaze Sports Centre; free entry
Disco at the Lockleaze Family Community Club, £2 for guests
Morris Road and Downman Road Litter Pick, meet outside Costcutters in Morris Road at 10am. All ages welcome and all kit provided.
KEYNSHAM MACHINE KNITTING CLUB 2nd MONDAY OF EACH MONTH 2.00pm-4.00pm STERLING WAY COMMUNITY CENTRE PARK ROAD KEYNSHAM BS31 1DF A friendly, supportive, enthusiastic group of people.New members welcome Contact Pat Hames 01454322553
Stretch and Tone; a friendly and relaxed class set to music where we will use yoga-inspired movement to stretch our muscles and strengthen our bodies. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water. We will have some yoga mats available but if you have your own please feel free to bring it. FREE session, Lockleaze Sports Centre, 7pm.
Board at the Library, an evening of board games, the Old Library 7-10pm
On Tuesday 12th March, the Friends of Redland Library are hosting another Desert Island Books event. The venue is Redland Library and the event starts at 7pm, with doors opening at 6:45pm. Admission is £3 ( pay at the door ). In Desert Island Books, a panel of interesting people select one book on the main theme for the event; and a second ‘wildcard book’, being a book that they have enjoyed and would recommend to others.
The theme for this event is “Books & Travel” and our panel comprises:
Jean Burnett ( Novelist, travel writer, speaker, also writes as Fran Kempton )
Professor Helen Fulton ( Head of Department of English, University of Bristol )
Professor Robin Jarvis( Emeritus Professor of English Literature, UWE
Mike Manson( Writer, historian, co-organiser Bristol Festival of Literature )
Stretch and Tone; a friendly and relaxed class set to music where we will use yoga-inspired movement to stretch our muscles and strengthen our bodies. Please wear comfortable shoes and bring a bottle of water. We will have some yoga mats available but if you have your own please feel free to bring it. FREE session, Lockleaze Sports Centre, 10.45am
Bristol Rovers v. Charlton Athletic, SkyBet League One, Memorial Stadium, 3pm
Lockleaze Family Community Club present an evening with Dave Brooks, £2 for members, £4 for non-members
Muller Road Traffic Consultation event, Horfield UR Church, Muller Road 1-5pm
Not a Pub Quiz at the Old Library, 7pm for a 7.30 pm start
CST Trinity Academy are holding an information evening for parents and pupils who would like to find out more about the new school, Stoke Park Primary School, 6-8pm
Aged 55+ and approaching retirement, recently retired, or facing redundancy? Come along to our Active Retirement workshop! This FREE workshop will focus on keeping fit and healthy in retirement, with guest speakers, information stalls, free refreshments, and the opportunity to try out some activities. The event will be hosted by LinkAge Network in partnership with Wesport and Active Ageing Bristol. 6-8pm, Lockleaze Sports Centre, BS7 9XF. Booking essential - book online at www.linkagenetwork.org.uk/pro or call 0117 353 3042.
Muller Road Traffic Consultation event, the Old Library, 11am-2pm
Karoake evening at Lockleaze Sports Centre, 8pm, free entry
Karoake evening at Lockleaze Family Community Club, £2 for guests
On Tuesday 26th March, the Friends of Redland Library are holding the second in their series of “Books that made me a …… “ events. This event is part of the Bristol Poetry Festival’s wider programme and is entitled – “Books that made me a Poet”. Local poets talk about the books that have influenced their life journey. The venue is Redland Library and the event starts at 7pm, with doors opening at 6:45pm. Admission is £3 ( pay at the door )
Our panel comprises:
Fiona Hamilton( Poet and Writer)
Deborah Harvey( Bristol-born Poet and Novelist )
Tom Sastry( 2019 Bristol Poetry Festival Laureate )
William Wootten ( Lecturer in Poetry and Creative Writing, University of Bristol)
Callum Wensley ( Poet )
Circle Dance Evening at the Old Library, 7.30-9.30pm. A warm, informal community dance evening for all abilities, no need to have a partner. Suggested donation of £5.
Muller Road Traffic Consultation event, Horfield UR Church, Muller Road 10am-3pm
Avon Organic Group invites local gardeners and growers to our Talk: “Forest Gardening for Health & Happiness” with Bryony Huntley, Westfield Farm, Chew Magna. 7pm, The Station, Silver St, BS1 2AG. £5, incl.refreshments. All welcome.www.groworganicbristol.org
Muller Road Traffic Consultation event, the Old Library, 11.30am-4.30pm
“Our Lockleaze” including the launch of Lockleaze’s Community Plan
Lockleaze Sports Centre present a night full of Phil Collins and Genesis classics plus a mix of other old school anthems. Doors open at 7pm, act starts at 9pm. Just £5 entry on the door. One not to be missed!
Lockleaze Family Community Club present an evening with Heidi and no it’s not that Heidi!
Lockleaze Residents Planning Group meeting, Cameron Centre, 7.30pm
Friends of Stoke Park Litter Pick, meet outside the cameron Centre, 10am. All equipment provided.