Bristol Bordeaux Partnership: https://www.bristolbordeaux.org/
has teamed up with Bristol based Zanshin Films: https://zanshinfilms.co.uk/ to
develop a personalised video library of Bordeaux experiences for inclusion on
the Bristol Bordeaux Partnership website and social media channels.
We would love to hear from anyone interested in
participating. We will be asking for participants to video themselves and to
send in their content digitally for editing by Zanshin Films.
We would like to have some short 5 – 10 minutes of copy
for the following questions:
Who are you and what do you do now?
When did you go to Bordeaux & Why?
What was the best/ most memorable moment of your trip/stay?
How are you still in touch with the Bordeaux or Aquitaine region and the people that you met?
What is your message today for anyone wanting to get to know Bordeaux for work or fun?
If you are interested in participating please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the Bristol Bordeaux Partnership website, Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin channels.
Alternatively please contact Zanshin Films:
https://zanshinfilms.co.uk/ via the website.
Looking forward to hearing your tales.
Bristol Bordeaux Partnership
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING: The AGM of Bristol Bordeaux Partnership will be on Monday 17th February 2020. The guest speaker will be Assistant Mayor Cllr Craig Cheney. Commencing 6.30 pm in Bristol City Hall. Alongside the business of the AGM we invite all existing and prospective Personal and Corporate members to come and have a glass or two of wine and a few nibbles.
Now with a Linkedin Company Page: https://lnkd.in/gNJ5cwY and a Linkedin Group: https://lnkd.in/gphfMAB and looking for business content contributors / members. And as an organisation we are seeking ‘2,020 Members for 2020’ Join us today. www.bristolbordeaux.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
From our good friends at the Bristol Hannover Council http://bristolhannovercouncil.org.uk/ :
We would like to invite you to the launch of the 50 Cities 50
Traces Art and Peace Exhibition. Please find the invitation attached.
Over two years ago the Mayor of Hannover asked Bristol to host the Mayors for Peace (M4P) Art Exhibition http://www.mayorsforpeace.org/english/ and finally after its global tour, the exhibition is now coming here. After Bristol the exhibition will move to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The City of Hannover in partnership with its twin city of Hiroshima is one of the driving forces behind this exhibition. It is also important to remember that the twinning between Hannover and Bristol signed in 1947 was based on a desire for Peace and Reconciliation after the destruction of WWII.
Bristol has been a member of the M4P http://www.mayorsforpeace.org/english/ network since the 1980s and Mayor Rees has given this exhibition his full support. The Bristol Hannover Council is the lead partner on the project and financial support has come from the Southall and Taylor Quaker Trusts. The Bristol Quaker Peace and Justice Committee has also been very supportive of this initiative. The exhibition has been curated by Sarah Knight in collaboration with Raimund Menges.
There will be a series of free lunchtime talks on weekdays at
12:30 during the exhibition’s stay in the Vestibules Gallery in City Hall and
details of these will be on the Vestibules Whats On pages https://theislandbristol.com/events/list/
We look forward to seeing you on Monday 3 February at 6pm to be
welcomed by the Mayor and to meet the artist Klaudia Dietewich.
Please join us for the first ever Bristol Bordeaux Partnership winter social and wine tasting. Book your ticket on Eventbrite.
We’ve teamed up with 5th generation family wine merchants Averys to organise an exclusive evening celebrating Bordeaux wine. Host Mimi Avery will talk about the family’s long-standing Bordeaux connections and guide us through some specially selected Bordeaux wines.
There will also be contributions from wine experts from the Bristol Commanderie de Bordeaux, including reports of the new wine museum at Bordeaux, as well as the chance to meet Partnership members and hear updates on Bristol Bordeaux Partnership activities and other initiatives.
Tickets £15 – includes 3 glasses of wine and free raffle ticket with the chance to win a special bottle of Bordeaux wine, as well as the opportunity to stock up for Christmas with 10% discount on all Bordeaux wines. We will also be offering a reduction on next year’s BBP membership.