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Venues 2024

Venue 1

201 Canford Lane

Westbury on Trym



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Located on Canford Lane on the side opposite the Park and Crematorium, please park considerately on street. The pottery studio is located in the annexe part of the house, so use the right hand door next to the garage, if we are lucky with the weather there will be balloons and a table outside. Unfortunately not wheelchair accessible due to narrow doorways and steps.

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Venue 2

The Gables

4 Rayleigh Road

Westbury on Trym




Wheelchair access will be possible with assistance to get over a step – please ask.


Road parking available.

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Venue 3

The Stoke Lodge Centre

Shirehampton Road




Stoke Lodge is a group venue, with parking, toilet facilities and full wheelchair access.

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Venue 4

18 Old Sneed Road

Stoke Bishop



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The exhibition is in the conservatory at the rear of the house. This is accessed by following the signs down the drive and entering the garden by the gate on the right hand side.

There will be over 90 original paintings and a range prints for sale.

Unfortunately there isn’t wheelchair access to the property

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Venue 5

Stoke Bishop Village Hall

42 Stoke Hill



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Stoke Bishop Village Hall was built in 1885 on the site of an old coaching public house called The Three Stars.

Designed by Edward Gabriel in the Arts and Crafts style with large feature windows at each end of the hall. Gabriel also designed the Cambridge Arms and the grand E Shed building ( the entrance to the Watershed walkway on Bristol harborside ).

Situated In a central location between to Stoke Lodge, Trinity College and Chris Dye at venue 4.

Plenty of on street parking directly outside. Accessible level entrance option, and visitor WCs.

Tea, coffee, and homemade cakes served inside.

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Venue 6

Trinity College

Stoke Hill

Stoke Bishop



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Trinity College is set in nearly 10 acres of beautiful grounds and woodland. The main building, Stoke House, is a grade II* listed building and dates back to 1669. There have been many later additions to the property, one of which being the high ceilinged, light and airy dining room, which is used as an exhibition space for the BS9 Arts Trail.


You can visit this beautiful venue, have tea, coffee and cake in the Tyndale Room, just off reception in the main Stoke House building, and then make your way downstairs to the dining room to wander around the 16 artists and creators who will be delighted to show you their work.


There is level access to the exhibition space, just to the right of the main building. Just follow the signs. There is plenty of free parking, in front of Stoke House and to the left of the building, along the drive, in the gravel car park.

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Venue 7

Redmaids High School

Westbury Road


BS9 3AW 

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The senior school is a group venue and will have parking, refreshments and wheelchair access.

Redmaids High Art Exhibition 2023

A unique opportunity to see Bristol’s best, upcoming creative talent as the renowned Art department of the country’s oldest existing girls’ school opens its doors to showcase the exceptional work of their students. 40 emerging artists exhibit their GCSE, A-Level and IB work in a collection of diverse and engaging pieces, showcasing drawing, painting, print-making, sculpture and photography. The standard and quality rivals the best in Bristol. The exhibition promises to challenge your perception of creative arts. Be astounded by the photorealistic portraiture and thought-provoking explorations of cultural and political issues expressed through both fine and applied arts.
“The creativity, standard and exceptional quality of the work is truly breath-taking” Beth Sims, Head of Art. “The development of ideas and attention to detail is extraordinarily mature, way beyond what one might expect of such young people.”

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Venue 8

Trinity-Henleaze URC

Bradbury Hall

Waterford Road


Bristol BS9 4BT

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Trinity-Henleaze United Reformed Church is situated on Waterford Road, just off Henleaze Road.  Our bright, airy buildings are fully wheelchair accessible with two disabled parking spaces on the road.  Street parking is available in the surrounding area, with several other venues in easy walking distance.  The building can also be accessed easily from the number 1 and 2 buses.

The main exhibition will be held in our Bradbury Hall, to the left of the Church, with refreshments available in our Coffee Bar area, for a suggested donation.  All of the money donated will be split between the North Bristol Foodbank and Bristol Child Contact Centre. Toilets will also be available.

If you have any queries please contact our office on 0117 9623431 or email

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Venue 9

9 Lawrence Grove




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Artwork will be displayed in the garden to the rear of the property. 


Access is via the side gate and then down steps to the lawn.


In the event of rain, there will be a gazebo.  Limited on street parking available.

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Venue 10

16 Brean Down Avenue




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My studio is easy to find: Brean Down Avenue runs parallel to Northumbria Drive and our end of it is a short walk from the Westbury Park Waitrose where there’s a No 2 bus stop. Cross over the zebra crossing past Waitrose towards the Henleaze Road shops, go down the footpath between Nos 18 and 20 Northumbria Drive, and turn left at the bottom until you find our privet hedge, holly tree and a BS9 Arts banner on the gate. If you’re coming by bike or car, take Fallodon Way off Henleaze Road and take the first right. Parking is usually available. Access is easy up the side of the house but there is a step up into the studio itself. Other BS9 Arts venues within a 10 minute walk: Badminton School; 3, Henleaze Road; 8, Northumbria Drive;  9, Lawrence Grove; Bradbury Hall in Waterford Road, part of Trinity-Henleaze URC (opposite the Esso Garage/Tesco down Henleaze Road).  


Our wildlife garden should look at its best during the weekend with a variety of wildlife flowers in the mini-meadow which was once a conventional lawn. I very much look forward to welcoming you.


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Venue 11

8 Northumbria Drive




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8 Northumbria Drive is next to a bus stop/shelter (no. 2 and 2A services) and very close to Henleaze Road mini roundabout.

Parking is not possible on this side of Northumbria Drive.

Entrance is via the front door.

No refreshments or wheelchair access will be available.

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Venue 12

3 Henleaze Road 




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Wheelchair access for standard wheelchairs. 


Parking is available on the street but is usually easier on Downs ParkWest.

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Venue 13

Badminton School 

Westbury Road



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The main exhibition venue is in the state of the art Sports Centre Main Hall with easy access (including wheelchair access) and parking for all.

There is a bonus venue on site, which is the Badminton School Creative Arts Centre, an inspiring place where students' work is displayed in bright studios alongside dedicated facilities and a contemporary gallery space.

Refreshments are available with any profits donated to St Peter's Hospice.

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