The Kingsdown Conservation Group tries to protect, enhance and stimulate public interest in the Kingsdown area of Bristol. There are over 204 listed buildings in the area and there were a lot more, but in the 1960s, as the Civic Society put it, “The destruction of Bristol’s most important Georgian suburb was perhaps the worst of all the crimes committed in Bristol in the name of progress since the war.”
Our website offers community discussions on many diverse topics. Here is the latest news post:
- AGM & Talk, Monday 15th April – reminder
This year’s AGM of the Kingsdown Conservation Group will be held on Monday 15th April in the Meeting Rooms, St James’ Priory, Whitson Street, Bristol BS1 3NZ. The doors will open at 7.30 for the AGM, with a talk starting at 8.30. This year we have Ronald Hutton, Professor of History speaking on the topic of ‘Bristol and the Civil War’
There will be refreshments and everyone is welcome. So come and meet your neighbours and keep up with local issues.
St James’ Priory is located between the Bus Station (exit) and the White Hart pub. Entrance to the Meeting Rooms is to the left of the main door.