Do 15 in 2015 – Get involved in Bristol’s Green Capital Year

A couple of days ago we went to the #Do15 campaign launch at Bristol 2015 Lab. The lab is on the harbourside, two doors down from the Watershed. It’s a public engagement space with lots for families to do one weekends and holiday time weekdays.

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We just did a few crafts bits and pieces while there but there’s lots on. Here are the workshops for the rest of the Easter holidays:

Thursday 9 April: Printing workshop with Sophie Rae
Friday 10 April: Easter chicks from Elm Tree Farm, one of Brandon Trust’s Beacon Farms, and a paper cutting workshop with Sarah Dennis
Saturday 11 April: Bee Bristol will be there talking about how to make Bristol a pollinator friendly city
Sunday 12 April: Avon Wildlife Trust will be there sharing lots of wild surprises

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The lab is open 10am-6pm during the holidays. It’s an inspiring space to look around.

The #Do15 campaign invites everyone to do something this year to make Bristol a healthier and happier city, in support of Bristol’s year as Europe Green Capital. Want to know why Bristol was chosen? Take a look at the video below.

So the idea with #Do15 is that you sign up to try and make 15 ecologically-friendly changes this year like meal planning so you only buy the food you need or choosing the bus over your car. Sign up here.


Writer, blogger, home educating mama of two, another baby on the way, breastfeeding helper, wife of a good 'un, Christian, crafter, displaced Trini.

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