We are all looking forward to this year's Locality conference where we have been shortlisted for Bringing Communities Together category. The winners will be announced at the conference on 7 November so watch this space!
National Democracy Week Awards 2018
We were delighted to be runner up in this national award in the Diversity Champion of the Year Award. We attended the awards ceremony at the People's History Museum in Manchester and were really impressed with the quality of projects nominated.
We were nominated for our election question time events and involving diverse communities in local politics.
Bristol Diversity Awards 2018
We were hugely flattered to win the Most Diverse Publication at the annual Diversity Awards. The awards was to celebrate the work of our community magazine to show the many different communities that make up Easton and Lawrence Hill.
MTM Awards 2017
Up Our Street was awarded a wonderful Bristol Blue Glass teardrop award for our work supporting diverse communities under the Special Recognition Category.
The MTM Awards celebrate the essence of business and culture across our diverse, rich, ethnic minority communities and is one of the biggest gatherings of businesses
and community achievers in the South West and beyond.
BCfm Diversity Awards 2017
In 2017 we were winners at Bristol's inaugural diversity awards organised by BCfm under the Most Diverse Organisation category. The award was recognition of the work Up Our Street does to bring communities from across our neighbourhood together.
Bristol City Council
Bristol Social Impact Fund 2017-2021 partnership with Vocalise CIC.
Bristol Cultural Fund - Imagination 2018-2019 partnership with In Between Time and Knowle West Media Centre.
Community Spaces 2018-2019 with local Councillors.
Department for Communities and Local Government
Funded our Bristol Vision and Values project with United Communities and City of Sanctuary as part of Controlling Migration Fund 2017-2019.
Awards for All
Funding our Raising Active Citizens project with Felix Road Adventure Playground from April 2018-March 2019
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Funding our We Are Bristol partnership project with In Between Time, Knowle West Media Centre and Ambition Lawrence Weston from 2018-2021.
WRAP Litter Innovation Fund
Funding the six months Stapleton Road litter project working with community activist Khalil Abdi from May-September 2018.
New Deal for Communities
We are the legacy of Community at Heart, Bristol's New Deal for Communities programme funded by Government from 2000-2010. During this time we built up reserves which helps fund some of our activity today.
This programme also funded the building of four shops on Avonvale Road in Barton Hill, which we have a 999 year lease on. The rental income from these shops also helps fund our activity today.