Give your feedback on Bristol Harbour Festival and Make Sunday Special

The Bristol summer festival is in full swing with the taking place this weekend (7th to 9th August).  Whilst recent festivals are still fresh in your memory, we’d like to hear your views on how you found the event and how we could improve it for next year.  We’re keen to hear your feedback on two events the council coordinates: Bristol’s biggest festival – The Harbour Festival (17th to 19th July); and the ongoing Make Sunday Special events – the last one was Sunday 4th August.

The 2015 Bristol Harbour Festival is estimated to have attracted 250,000 people over 3 days, buoyed by some unexpectedly good weather.  Working with our event organisers (Richmond Events Management), we made a few changes this year – for example, the dance stage moved to Lloyds Amphitheatre and the Saturday night finale featured a light projection show on the face of the Lloyds Bank building.  We know the festival delivers a major boost to the local economy, as well as providing thousands of Bristol citizens and visitors to the city with free entertainment, activities and a chance to try something new. Your views in the survey will help us to better understand the impact and plan next year’s event.

Take part in the 2015 Bristol Harbour Festival Survey

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Make Sunday Special opens Bristol’s streets to fun, people, culture and new experiences.  The latest event took place in the Old City on 2nd August and featured Samaba drumming, magic, dance classes and a wind band amongst the attractions.  This year, we’ve been taking Make Sunday Special out into Bristol’s neighbourhoods which has seen the event enliven Bedminster’s streets and will soon do the same for Easton and Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road, Hartcliffe and Avonmouth – come along for the fun.  We’re interested in your views if you’ve been along or just want to comment on the initiative.

Take part in the 2015 Make Sunday Special Survey

Come to Mayor’s Question Time in At-Bristol, Science Centre

Mayor's Question Time in Dec 2014

Mayor’s Question Time in Dec 2014

Bristol’s mayor, George Ferguson, will host his next public question time on Thursday 12 March from 7pm at At Bristol Science Centre, Harbourside.   

The event is a regular opportunity for the public to ask questions to Bristol’s elected mayor on any relevant topic. Mayor’s Question Time is free and open to all but booking in advance is required as space is limited.

Eventbrite - Mayor of Bristol's Question Time (doors 1800)

Those attending the event will be asked to complete a question form on the night and an independent facilitator will choose a broad range of issues to be put to the Mayor, including popular hot topics. Following this session, there will be an open forum for any further issues that haven’t already been covered. The Mayor will not know the questions beforehand.      
Doors open at 6pm for a 7pm start. Those wanting to submit questions are recommended to arrive in good time before the 7pm start. The event will end at 8.15pm.
The event will take place at At-Bristol, Anchor Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5DB.  More information on getting to the venue
Mayor’s Question Time is part of a range of outreach activities undertaken by the Mayor to engage with and listen to Bristol citizens including regular radio phones–ins, community visits and ASK George webchats.