A longer version of The Seven Stars Plaque unveiling video has been added to the archive. Audio from the Hillsborough: What Really Happened has also been added to the archive.
A new article has been added to the BRHG archive. Tolpuddle and Swing: The Flea and the Elephant
The Thomas Clarkson Plaque was unveiled on the Seven Stars pub yesterday in front of a crowed of about 70 people. After a few short speeches Richard Hart cut the string and the curtains fell away to reveal the plaque in all its glory. If you see this text the video has failed to play. Please let us know by emailing email@example.com. There is a small story about the plaque on the BBC website and one on thisisbristol. Richard Hart unveiling the plaque. The Thomas Clarkson plaque on the Seven Stars […]
Thank you to everybody who helped with the prize draw and thanks to Who's A'feard and Matt Owen for performing at the prize draw evening. Don't forget that the plaque is being unveiled on Friday 1st May. Here is a photograph of Hanna who won the main prize with her winnings. Thanks to Harvey for donating the bike and taking the photo.
Three new pamphlets have been published in the Bristol Radical Pamphleteer range. Find out more on the Publications page.
The Seven Stars Plaque will be unveiled on Friday 1st May at 12:30pm. There is also an series of events in the evening to 'wet the plaque's head'. Find out more about the plaque and these events.
From Poll Tax Struggles To Recession Resistance An event by Bristol Anarchist Book Fair on Thursday 23rd April 2009 at the Cube from 7:30pm. £2/3. 19 years ago when the Tories tried to introduce the community charge, or Poll Tax, in England & Wales, they were met with a campaign of mass grassroots community resistance, in the form of anti-poll tax unions. About 17 million people refused to pay, and used a diverse range of tactics to confront the state and tax collectors. What can we learn […]
The Plaque prize draw is happening this Saturday night as part of another legendary Who's Afear'd. Tickets are £1 each and available from the Seven Stars pub in Redcliffe, the Beaufort Arms in Hawkesbury Upton. You will be able to get tickets on the night as well. If a grand prize draw and Who's Afear'd aren't e'nough Martin O'wen will be also be performing. Proceedings at the Seven Stars kick of at 8:30pm, suggested donation £2. The plaque unveiling is at lunch time on Friday 1st May and will […]
Slides from an introduction to the film Sir! No Sir! shown by Bristol Indymedia at the Cube on Monday 2nd March. Download the pfd file here.
To raise the last few pounds needed to pay for the Seven Stars plaque we have organised a prize draw. Tickets are £1 each and available from the Seven Stars pub in Redcliffe, the Beaufort Arms in Hawkesbury Upton and from members of BRHG. If you would like to get hold of some tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org. The prize list keeps growing with each generous donation. At pressent the list is as follows: A reconditioned mountain bike from Tadman's Cycles. A bottle of very good champagne A case of […]