Our Projects

CONNECTING & REPRESENTING BUSINESSES

Future of Work

We are delighted to announce our new thought leadership series.

CREATING & PROMOTING A VIBRANT PLACE

FESTIVAL OF NATURE

Redcliffe & Temple BID are proud to be sponsoring Bristol Natural History Consortium's Festival of Nature.

CREATING & PROMOTING A VIBRANT PLACE

Supporting Bristol24/7’s 10-year celebrations

Redcliffe & Temple BID is thrilled to support Bristol 24/7 as they celebrate a decade of independent local news and culture

IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY & THE ENVIRONMENT

Bristol Cargo Bikes for Business

Bristol Cargo Bikes for Businesses launches this month to offer local businesses a sustainable solution to freight delivery.

CREATING & PROMOTING A VIBRANT PLACE

THE ELF ON THE SHELF®

Bristol’s enormous The Elf on the Shelf® Scout Elf® lande in the city, courtesy of the big man in red’s pals at Redcliffe & Temple BID.

BUILDING A SAFE & CARING COMMUNITY

JOIN US IN PROMOTING DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN BRISTOL’S BUSINESS COMMUNITY!

We are delighted to have teamed up with Babbasa, the award winning social enterprise based in Bristol.

BUILDING A SAFE & CARING COMMUNITY

Winter Lights

Our Winter Lights have lit up Victoria Street and Temple Gardens.

BUILDING A SAFE & CARING COMMUNITY

The Grassroot Activators Programme (GAP)

We are proud to sponsor GAP, a year-long initiative for 16 to 25-year-olds from marginalised communities.

CREATING & MAINTAINING QUALITY SPACE

Summer On The Quay Furniture

Redcliffe & Temple BID reveals new summer outdoor area for city workers in Temple Quay.

CONNECTING & REPRESENTING BUSINESSES

Networking for Office, Building and Facilities Managers

All things BID with Building, Facilities and Estate Managers from across the Redcliffe and Temple area.

CREATING & PROMOTING A VIBRANT PLACE

Bristol Light Festival 2024

Bristol Light Festival 2024 ran from the 2-11 of February.

IMPROVING SUSTAINABILITY & THE ENVIRONMENT

Wildflower Meadow Creation with St Mary Redcliffe Church and Avon Wildlife Trust

Creating a wildflower meadow in front of St Mary Redcliffe Church with the help of Avon Valley Wildlife Trust.