ZOOM TICKET – Talk: The Bristol Riots of 1831

Date: 17th May 2022

Time: 7pm

Location: Online

ZOOM TICKET – Talk: The Bristol Riots of 1831

The option to view this talk online over Zoom. Please buy one ticket per device. The viewing link will be sent out at least 1 hour before the start time.

During the last weekend of October 1831, the ancient city of Bristol was consumed by a riot, the greatest act of civil disobedience of the 19th century within the UK. By the morning of the 31st, much of the city lay in ruins and, perhaps, as many as 500 lay dead in and around the City Centre.
Why did the normally peace loving Bristolians riot?
Did they have any aims or objectives and, if so, were any of them realised?
Why was the riot so ruthlessly quashed?
Did a massacre take place in the City?

Prof Alan F Jocelyn will be describe the Bristol Riots in detail, with an emphasis on the causes and conditions that precipitated the riot and possible answers to the above questions explored.

Talk: The Bristol Riots of 1831

Date: 17th May 2022

Time: 7pm

Location: Winterbourne Medieval Barn

Talk: The Bristol Riots of 1831

During the last weekend of October 1831, the ancient city of Bristol was consumed by a riot, the greatest act of civil disobedience of the 19th century within the UK. By the morning of the 31st, much of the city lay in ruins and, perhaps, as many as 500 lay dead in and around the City Centre.
Why did the normally peace loving Bristolians riot?
Did they have any aims or objectives and, if so, were any of them realised?
Why was the riot so ruthlessly quashed?
Did a massacre take place in the City?
Prof Alan F Jocelyn will be describe the Bristol Riots in detail, with an emphasis on the causes and conditions that precipitated the riot and possible answers to the above questions explored.


Refreshments available. Free parking on site.

Parking for this event will be at the Barn, BS36 1SE.

Talk: Vernacular Houses (and a Barn!) in Southern Gloucestershire

Date: 27th April 2022

Time: 7pm

Location: Winterbourne Medieval Barn

Talk: Vernacular Houses (and a Barn!) in Southern Gloucestershire

A look at the historic building styles and materials of houses in southern Gloucestershire from the medieval period to the 17th century, in both town and country.  The Talk is given by Architectural Historian Linda Hall who is an expert in this field.
Refreshments available. Free parking on site.

Parking for this event will be at the Barn, BS36 1SE.

ZOOM TICKET- Talk: Vernacular Houses (and a Barn!) in Southern Gloucestershire

Date: 27th April 2022

Time: 7pm

Location: Online

ZOOM TICKET- Talk: Vernacular Houses (and a Barn!) in Southern Gloucestershire

This ticket is to view the talk online over Zoom. Please buy one ticket per device. The viewing link will be sent out 1 hour before the start time.

A look at the historic building styles and materials of houses in southern Gloucestershire from the medieval period to the 17th century, in both town and country.  The Talk is given by Architectural Historian Linda Hall who is an expert in this field.