FoSBR AGM 2024

Redland Quaker Meeting House, venue for FoSBR Bristol Rail Campaign AGM 2024

FoSBR Bristol Rail Campaign will be holding our Annual General Meeting on Friday, 8th March 2024. The venue for this year’s AGM is:

Redland Quaker Meeting House, 126 Hampton Road, Bristol, BS6 6JE.

The AGM will start at 7.15pm and end at 9.15pm. The hall will be open from 7.00pm. 

We will be discussing why we now campaign as Bristol Rail Campaign, and whether Bristol Rail Campaign should register as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation.

Meeting papers and a summary of the potential benefits of CIO status can be found on our website.


The main speaker at FoSBR AGM 2024 will be James Willcock, Project Manager for MetroWest Phase 1. James and team will be updating us on the progress of the Portishead line programme, and other elements of MetroWest.

The meeting is also open to non-members, who are welcome to observe. You will be able to renew your subscription before the meeting, and our new Bristol Rail Campaign tee-shirts will be on sale.

Note that we are not able to accept contactless payments.

Light refreshments will be available.

We are also looking for a treasurer! Contact us if you might be able to help.

Getting there

The venue is about midway between Clifton Down and Redland stations, being a 10 minute walk from either.

Possible train connections: 

Bristol Temple Meads 18:46 arrive Clifton Down 19:00
Clifton Down 21:35 arrive Bristol Temple Meads 21:51 

There are frequent buses along Whiteladies Road, with Apsley Road being the nearest stop to the venue.

We look forward to seeing you there!







One response to “FoSBR AGM 2024”

  1. Paul avatar

    Unfortunately we don’t live in the area, but our rail group, The Independent Brigg Line Rail Group, fully supports any improvements for the community of Pilning.

    We are absolutely shocked and appalled that a major project came along like electrification and made the facilities at their station a lot worse.

    It is disgraceful the way they have been left with just one working platform.

    There is no excuse whatsoever under the present circumstances for the train operator to at least put some platform lights up, so trains can at least call early morning and late in the evening.

    Our Brigg Line, which used to be the main line between Sheffield and Cleethorpes also used to have a Saturday only service for 30 years.

    This was changed to a one round trip Monday to Friday service last May.

    We hope FoSBR fully support Pilning and their need to be brought out of this horrendous situation.

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