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Stokes Croft Streetfest on lookout for local talent
Stokes Croft in Bristol
Stokes Croft runs between North Street and Cheltenham Road in Bristol

Organisers of this years Stokes Croft Festival are asking for local people to offer their talents.

They are looking for community based projects, creative people, musicians, and anyone with ideas of things they'd like to make happen at the festival.

The event will take place on Saturday, 22 May with stalls, markets, workshops and art up and down Stokes Croft.

Organisers are holding an open meeting on Wednesday, 17 February for anyone who is interested in getting involved.

The Bristol Festival Community Group has joined up with the Peoples' Republic of Stokes Croft and Coexist - Coexist are the people behind Hamilton House.

Hamilton House at the heart of Stokes Croft and is a community 'home' for art, music, enterprise and innovation in the area.

Organisers of the festival aim to stage it as a fundraiser and celebration of Bristol's Cultural Quarter, highlighting the "amazing organisations, creativity, music and art that takes place in this one street".

Funds raised will go towards the regeneration of the area, the production of artwork and volunteer training in the events and music industry with the Bristol Festival.

The public meeting takes place at 6pm at Hamilton House - above the canteen - and everyone is welcome.

You can email getinvolved@stokescroftstreetfest.org.uk for more information, or check out the group's facebook page.

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