How you can help

Get involved

As we work to return the green to it’s former glory we can always use peoples labour for working on the grass. Get in touch for details:

Donate Money for grass

As we work to repair College green we welcome donations for Grass/Turf.


Pass this website on to people you think might be interested, or you think can help us, and like our page on Facebook.

Armchair activism

If you live in Bristol, you can write to your local councillor, telling them why you support the occupation and asking them to support it. You can use the website Write to Them.

Comment on articles like these ones in the Evening Post, to make it visible that a lot of people support us, and we aren’t just fringe radicals.

Write a letter to the Evening Post or other media to explain why you support what we’re doing.

10 Responses to How you can help

  1. Eddy Knasel says:

    Nice to meet a few of you today. Hope I do you justice on Local Radio tomorrow.

    • LEE says:

      The security of the Galleries shopping center Bristol is advising all stores to close and lock doors between 12.00pm and 12.30pm today during the pension protest march. It appears the majority of shops are complying. BristolTicketShop is NOT subject to propaganda induced fear!
      Is that the Reichstag I smell burning?

  2. Paul Youd says:

    Lovely to meet you all today. I come away from you with warm memories of a day well spent with committed, dedicated people. I take my hat off to you all!

    When I left, the breadmakers were making a takeover bid for the kitchen, it seemed to me – hope all the bread got made! And what happened to the Celebration loaf, Lynne?

    Here’s the story as I saw it – love to hear what you guys think!

    Best wishes, Paul

  3. Paul Youd says:

    Just to clarify – the type of tins I’m looking for are empty baked bean or tinned fruit cans. 800g or 400g sizes are both useful. Will also need elastic bands or string.

    Looking forward to this!

    Cheers, Paul

  4. Paul Youd says:

    I arrive at Temple Meads at 1026 – so I’ll get to you guys sometime before eleven.

    The workshop will start as soon as I get there – and have a cup of coffee!:)

    Keep an eye on the blog as I’m still working out exactly what I’ll do. I’ve some pics and recipes to put up from my practice yesterday – made a wicked Yuletide loaf with cherries and marzipan in the tin can!

    Which reminds me – collect any large tin cans you can. They’ll come in handy.

    Cheers, Paul

  5. Paul Youd says:

    I’m planning to come and run a breadmaking workshop with you folks on Wednesday – hope to be there by 10.30 and spend all day with you making bread.

    I’ve been planning this for a couple of days – and writing it up on my blog:

    Love to hear your suggestions, requests, comments, etc – either on here on my blog.

    Best wishes, Paul

  6. marina says:

    I wrote to Councillor Arthur Negus and Neil Harrison as you suggested-Neil responded and said among other things
    that ‘Last week, the protesters on College Green were handing out leaflets blaming Jewish bankers and weather control’ ?! Can this be true? I said I would ask you and get back to him as this is a serious accusation.

  7. marina says:

    Re food are you predominantly vegetarian or is tinned fish ok -Is there anything you specifically want/ need.Whats your water situation?

    Probably going to do a shop for you monday eve or in the next few days.
    I dont have transport so Ill be waiting on a neighbour.

    Thank you for what you are doing you heroes you xx

    • beky risley says:

      It is not predominantly vegetarian… infact the number of veggies is very limited now. the camp is in need of meat. people work hard though the day and stress levels run higher when people are not well feed. ofiacly all donations welcome but meat and fish are the source of substinace… !
      thanks for all the support.

  8. Geoff says: Here is all the answers you need. Read it, spread the word, spread the link, save the files, spread the files. Make it happen & be the change you want to see in the world ;)

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