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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Bristol Multi-Faith Forum: relevance, social interests and remit
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PRSC arts centre
presents the 2019 School of Activism
Easter Holidays Wednesday April 3rd – Monday April 22nd 2019
Lisa Furness takes us through the People's Republic of Stokes Croft's programme of Easter holiday events and workshops for all age ranges, interests and persuasions. Also explaining what PRSC is and why art belongs in the street, not just in galleries.

Many faiths - one community
Paul Hazelden is BMFF's outreach worker and he gives us a broad view of the group's relevance, social interests and remit in the city.
Bristol Multi-Faith Forum is part of the Voice and Influence Partnership, bringing together The Care Forum (TCF), Bristol Multi-Faith Forum (BMFF), Bristol Older People’s Forum (BOPF), SARI, WECIL and BME Voice, to bring about positive change in local communities.
The Forum’s main purpose is to support Bristol’s faith communities in working together and thus building fruitful and constructive relationships with each other, based on mutual respect. Bristol’s faith communities share the common concerns of all Bristol’s citizens, feeling a part of their local community, having secure accommodation, sufficient income and feeling safe in the community.

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