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2019 St Paul’s Carnival

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22 May 2019 St Pauls Carnival – Saturday 6th July 2019 Dear Resident or Business Owner St Pauls Carnival attracts a large number of people into the St Pauls area of Bristol, the attendance at last year’s Carnival was reported by the local authorities to be in the region of 100,000 people. The event is free, with stages, sound systems, food, drink and craft stalls and a procession featuring children from local schools, dance groups and floats. To ensure it is a safe event for everyone, all roads within the event site around the periphery shall be closed to traffic. […]

Award winning St Pauls Carnival!

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Bristol Life Events Awards Best Event of 2018! Absolutely delighted to receive this as Vice Chair it is an honour to have hosted over 100, 000 people in Bristol to celebrate African Caribbean culture. Brilliant team Brilliant crowd Brilliant Bristol!  

St Paul’s Carnival returning in 2019!

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St Paul’s Carnival will return again this year after its success of 2018. Plans are underway as St Paul’s Carnival Community Interest Company begin building on last year’s success   Let’s look forward to more Carnival fun 6th July 2019!   Want to know more ? Follow this link   https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/st-pauls-carnival-2019-date-2460496

GET INVOLVED!

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GET INVOLVED Thank you so much for taking the time to find out how you can help make St Pauls Carnival happen. St Pauls Carnival is a community event. The St Pauls Carnival CIC is working to put in place the infrastructure to support a safe and successful carnival, but it’s down to all of us to bring it to life and make it happen. Whether you have years of experience in working on carnival or have never even been to an African Caribbean carnival before, we welcome you with open arms! Get started by filling in one of the […]

Introducing the St Paul’s Carnival CIC Board Members

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St Pauls Carnival CIC St Pauls Carnival Community Interest Company (CIC) was formed in February 2017 to help create a stable and sustainable future for the iconic event. The St Pauls Carnival CIC is working to promote and celebrate African Caribbean culture and tradition, to run an accessible and inclusive world-class Carnival and supporting events. As well as using Carnival to inform, engage and inspire people socially and artistically, St Pauls Carnival CIC is working with local people to bring to increase economic benefits to the local community. St Pauls Carnival CIC Board Nine board members have been recruited to […]

St Paul’s Carnival CIC FAQ’s

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    1             Who are the CIC board? The new board are a team of 9 local people offering range of specific skills and expertise on a voluntary basis. Members of the new CIC Board include a financial director, an IT consultant, a lawyer, a marketing expert and business strategist, a festival director, a specialist in equalities and diversity, a local councillor, a director of a local nightclub and a DJ and dancer. For more information see the About Us page. [link] The CIC Board exists to provide strategic direction, advocacy and scrutiny to the organisation. In the longer-term the aim […]

St Pauls Carnival

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Ashley ward hosts one of Bristol’s most important events in the Bristol calendar: St Pauls Carnival. Carole has been appointed as one of the Non-Executive Directors on the new committee, St Pauls Carnival Community Interest Company (CIC). The objectives of the organisation are: • To revive St Pauls Carnival and bring the iconic event back to the streets of Bristol To use 2017 as an opportunity to build partnerships and test ideas for 2018 To run a series of smaller scale, community-led events targeted at the local community (in St Pauls and Bristol) and with the emphasis on participation To […]

Why isn’t there a St Pauls Carnival in 2017?

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The intention was not to put on a big street party this year. Any large scale occasion of 100,000 people needs a year to plan safely and effectively. St Pauls Carnival CIC was formed at the start of this year to produce a long-term future for St Pauls Carnival. The focus going forward is to provide a landmark occasion in 2018 for its 50th anniversary and steady finances and management structure for the future. Therefore although it’s disappointing not to have a carnival this summer, we are concentrated on the future and Carnival’s long-term success.