Upcoming Events

Festival of the Future City 16-18th October, Bristol

Bristol Festival of Ideas are hosting a number of events – too many to list here – as part of their Festival of the Future City. For more information and to book, see the Festival of the Future City website.

Race and the City 18th October, 9:30am-3.45pm, City Hall, Bristol

The conference will feature keynote speakers such as Lord Simon Woolley, Baroness Ruby McGregor Smith, and Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees as well as representatives from Central Government and key stakeholders from a variety of sectors within Bristol.

There is still time to join the 150+ booked attendees that are coming together to establish lasting networks, share good practice, and identify opportunities to tackle race inequality.

Tickets are limited so book now using the following link: www.race-and-the-city.eventbrite.co.uk

Bristol Housing Festival October-November, Bristol

This October we will be hosting:

A public showcase at the Architecture Centre from 21st October – 3rd November (open everyday from 10:00 – 17:00

A series of events addressing different topics around housing and innovation, including a Self-Build and Community Led Housing event featuring Charlie Luxton and Richard Bacon MP (more being added to the list over the next few weeks)

An industry focused conference event on the 22nd October: ‘Enabling housing innovation for inclusive growth

You can see the agenda and book your tickets by clicking here.  Please do join us for this event if you are able, we are delighted to have the support from a great list of speakers including Mark Farmer (author of the Government report Modernise or Die in 2016 ) Nick Walkley, CEO of Homes England, Mayor Rees, Mayor Bowles, a series of presentations on modular lessons and a number of other excellent presentations.

Hot Coffee, Hot Topic: Golden Key’s Approach to System Change 1st November, 8am-9.15am, City Hall, Bristol

Hannah Mahoney from Golden Key will be presenting at this Hot Coffee Hot Topic on the partnership’s Approach to System Change.

After five years of working in partnership to improve the system for people with complex needs, Golden Key has developed this product to share its learning and to activate further system change.

Places are limited – book on Eventbrite.

Thriving at Work 4th November, 1.00-4.00pm, City Hall, Bristol

Deputy Mayor Asher Craig  invites you to participate in a senior level discussion about our new, region-wide approach to improving mental health at work.

Bristol and partners across the West of England are collaborating with the national ‘Thriving at Work’ Leadership Council to improve mental health and wellbeing in our workplaces.

You will hear from national leads, as well as the employers developing this work locally and gain practical tools to support your efforts in creating a healthy workplace.

Come along and find out how you can join this growing collaboration of employers and partners who are embedding best practice, sharing learning and supporting others to do the same.

To find out more and to register:  https://thrivingatwork2019.eventbrite.co.uk

Inclusive Leadership Now! 7th November, 9.30am-5.00pm, Natwest, Avon Street, Bristol

Join us for our 2019 conference on Thursday 7 Nov to hear speakers from across the country, take part in workshops to help get you Board ready, and network with organisations that could help you find your next role. For more info and to book tickets, visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inclusive-leadership-now-tickets-72921902373

Clean Streets: ‘Thank you’ 29th November, 6.30-8.30pm, the Station, Silver Street, Bristol

We’re throwing an event to celebrate our Clean Streets heroes, from the litter picking power walkers, to the teams of tireless community activists.

We’d like to show our appreciation with an evening of food, drink, and inspirational tales of the wonderful work carried out across the city, by people like you.

Tickets are free, and groups are welcome to have a stand to showcase their work, which they can be reserved at the booking stage. We can even help create a poster if the group would like to display one at the event.

Book your place now!

South West Responsible Business Showcase Event 29th January 2020, 5.00-8.00pm, Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol

Kindly hosted by Burges Salmon, Bristol, this event will celebrate the South West region’s most responsible businesses. This event allows businesses to showcase great ideas, collaborate and learn from one another, and gives you the opportunity to:

  • Hear from companies that are doing exemplar work across the responsible business agenda
  • Be inspired by community partners, schools and individuals who have benefitted from business support and BITC programmes
  • Network with industry leaders and learn about practical and effective strategies to take action in communities

Book your place here.

Please note the events listed above are organised by partners of the City Office, not the City Office team.