Up Our Street Magazine

Up Our Street is the community magazine from Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Management. It is delivered four times a year to the doors of 13,500 homes in Easton and Lawrence Hill and features stories, important information and events in the area. You can also read current and past editions of the magazine online at the links below. 

Get in touch

Contact Tamsin at tamsin@upourstreet.org.uk if you have story ideas for Up Our Street or if you would like us to help you publicise your events. We also include limited advertising space that ranges in price from £40 to £525; email contact@upourstreet.org.uk for more information. 


Latest Issues

Autumn 2014

Featuring Positive Cycle at Baggator, Bristol Somali Youth Network, Neighbourhood Forum, Rosemary Early Years, ACORN, payday loans and much more.


Summer 2014

Featuring Church Avenue Community Garden, Bellevue Park, Muna Abdi, City Academy students, Cashmore Nursery, Thank You Awards nominations, East Bristol Bakery and much more.


Spring 2014

Featuring The Dings Youth Club, interview with Temwa founder, Easton Cowboys, stop smoking sessions, Lawrence Hill shopping centre and much more.


Winter 2013

Featuring Thank You Awards 2013, Get WI.RED, Easton mosque gets new chair, community cricket, residents' parking scheme and much more.


Autumn 2013

Featuring young people and police working together, celebrating Emmaus 10th birthday, how to join in at J3 library, interview with Bristol Muslim Cultural Society, community interview with Principal Gill Kelly and much more.


Summer 2013

Featuring All Hallows church restoration, feature on cuts to welfare, The Severn Project transforming lives through gardening, update on youth services, community interview with Police Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens and much more.


Spring 2013

Featuring the young stars of St Judes, Radiowski Polish radio show, a feature on 16 years voting, One Billion Rising women against domestic abuse, Barton Hill Tuesday Club, report on the falling crime rate and much more.


Winter 2012

Featuring Thank You Award winners, annual report 2011-2012, benefit changes, fighting back against FGM, sound of Sudan, school places and much more.