Please access the minutes from this meeting here 2023 AGM Minutes
Once again thanks to Holy Trinity Hotwells for hosting the AGM on Thursday 9 November 2023
Start Time 7pm
HCCA Reports and Election of Management Committee
Community Lottery Launch
Jacob's Wells Baths Update
Western Harbour / Cumberland Basin Stakeholders Group Update
Hotwells Gateway Discussion
Hotwells Gateway is a community engagement project that we are working on with UWE Architecture Students. In response to Bristol City Council's proposals for Western Harbour, we would like to offer up a vision initiated by the communities that live here: exploring the idea that Hotwell Rd from Cumberland Basin and into the city is not just traffic route but a gateway to the city.
What do we need to make this happen?
What would a Hotwells Gateway look like to you?
Hotwells Gateway offers a chance to bring together many different community ideas & projects including Hotwells Corner, Cumberland Piazza and HCCA Traffic Strategy into a community masterplan.
- will include Street Champ Awards and celebration.
To book a place please visit our Calendar and click the RSVP button.
To find out more about Street Champs please visit our News page
We held our 2022 AGM on Monday 21st November 2022 at Holy Trinity Hotwells, Clifton Vale.
We want to thank and celebrate all our volunteers and all the members of our community who have helped us all, especially during the difficult times of lockdown, and make this a wonderful place to live. There will be food and drink available and we will be accepting donations on behalf of the Holy Trinity & St Stephen’s Hardship Fund which helps out local people who are in urgent need.
We held our 2021 AGM on Monday 8th November at the Holy Trinity Church.
It was the last AGM by retiring Chair Dennis Gornall.
Anna spoke about the progress and activities at the Piazza.
Richard Hancock informed everyone about the important work of Transition Hotwells, Cliftonwood and Clifton in battling climate change.
Hazel and Caroline provided an update on the work of the volunteers who have been helping in maintaining the public paths and steps around the area.
The evening was brought to an end by an enlightening presentation by Geoff Wallis on the industrial & maritime heritage around Cumberland Basin. Geoff was kind enough to share the slides from his presentation. You can check out a part of the presentation here. You can also watch a similar presentation given by Geoff at Bristol Civic Society here.