St George Arts Trail

News from out neighbours in St George:

St George Arts Trail is on 9th & 10th February, 11am – 5pm

Our 2nd Arts Trail gives you the chance to adventure around the beautiful St George Park and
surrounding streets for a weekend of local arts, inspiration and community. The Theme for this
year’s Trail is RECYCLING we are encouraging artists and visitors to think about our use of
plastic, littering and sustainable living.

FOLLOW THE GREEN (Bio-degradable) BALLOONS around the Trail!
72 of our finest artists are opening their homes and exhibiting at our 3 main venues:

  1. Bethesda Church, 138a Church Rd,
  2. St George Community Centre, Church Rd
  3. The Beehive Centre, Stretford Rd.

You can find even more exhibitions at Parkside Framers (Church rd), The Orchard Coffee & Co
(Clouds Hill Road) and Black Iris Images. (The Old Hauliers Arms, Pile Marsh).

We have some extra exciting events and activities taking part in different venues and at St
George Library, St George Park and The Community Centre Garden!

Maps can be collected at St George Community Centre, Bethesda Church and The Beehive.
We’ve got a range of workshops and activities taking place from Playing Out to Arty Adventures,
as well storytelling with Sticky Ends!

The Silk Dye Weaver group will be running demonstrations throughout Saturday. And there will
be a performance from The Orchard Choir in the park!

The Lantern Parade will be running a mini make with the chance to join in with some giant
drawing and design the next Church Road Lantern Parade. (For Adults as well as kids so don’t be afraid to get involved!)
There’s still time to support the Lantern Parade either by donating to them on the day or visiting their crowdfunded page:

We’ll also have the chance to donate Hotwater bottles to the Hot Water Bottle Network in
Solidarity with Bristol (Church Rds) Homeless.

St George Breathing Better Group will be available at the Trail with information and leaflets on
how to get involved.

Keep your eyes peeled for Bricking-It Bristol, who will be demonstrating how to give up and re-
use plastic!

For food and drink, there will be a cafe run at the Beehive centre, not to mention the many cafes
and restaurants down Church Road. In keeping with our Recycling theme we would like to
encourage you to consider our environment and help us reduce, reuse and recycle.
Follow St George Arts Trail Online presence to find out more and keep in touch. We hope
you enjoy the trail – Sat 9th and Sun 10th Feb, 11-5pm most venues.

Contact if you need any more information. Thank you!