Campaign events

Where: Zoom

When: Sun, 13th Dec, 7.30pm – 8.45pm

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Sandy will be talking to the Avon School’s Eco Network about his plans for tackling the climate and ecological crises.

Join Sandy Bristol mayor candidate, Jerome Thomas WECA mayor candidate and Cleo Lake, Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate,  at this Zoom event when they will set out their visions for their respective roles, followed by a Q&A session, chaired by Cllr Carla Denyer.

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Live debate hosted by BCfm

Individuals can hear the live broadcast on BCfm 93.2 , DAB (in the city centre) and online via bcfmradio.com or smart speaker.
They can also watch the proceedings via BCfm’s
OR via BCfm’s Bristol Television YouTube Channel:

Hustings on the themes of design & placemaking, climate & sustainable development, infrastructure, planning, communities.

 

The partners are Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Royal Town Planning Institution (RTPI), Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Constructing Excellence South West (CESW).

Find out more:  https://www.architecture.com/whats-on/bristol-mayoral-debate-2021-people-places-climate

 

Join Sian Berry (Green Party co-leader and candidate for London Mayor) and Sandy Hore-Ruthven (Green Party candidate for Bristol Mayor) in conversation with Natalie Bennett (former Green Party leader and now in the House of Lords) to talk about why the elections for Mayor matter and the difference they can make for people and planet.

Date: Tuesday April 13th, 1pm

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An opportunity to ask Sandy about his vision for walking, cycling and plans to create liveable neighbourhoods.

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Democracy and freedom of expression

Sandy will discuss his ideas for the solutions to the great challenges that face society.

This is a free online event on Crowdcast.

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How can Bristol’s response to the climate and ecological emergencies be fast and fair?

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The theme is of this hustings is issues relating to people with a visual impairment

The meeting is open to anyone with a visual impairment living in the city, organisations working with people with a visual impairment and individuals caring for someone with a visual impairment.

To register for the event and submit questions email  alun.davies@pocklington-trust.org.uk

An opportunity to ask Sandy more about his economic recovery plans to help Bristol recover and thrive post-covid.

Open to all to watch via a YouTube link, with audience members also able to ask questions live via Zoom

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Final mayoral debate before the election live on Radio Bristol with John Darvall.