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Sparks Bristol

Visit Sparks Bristol, an innovative hub of sustainability, creativity and education in the heart of Bristol.

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Voices: Art is Refuge

Celebrating the work and creative resilience of Bristol-based artists from the refugee and migrant community.



An exciting competition across Bristol to inspire and equip young people to take action for climate and social justice.

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Celebrating One Year of Sparks Bristol

Find out how we celebrated one year of our biggest project to date – a hub of sustainability, creativity and community known as Sparks Bristol.

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Our Impact 2022-23

In 2022-23, GGC is proud to have engaged over 69,000 people with our projects, worked directly with 415 young people and employed 25 creatives and interns.


We’re looking for a freelance fundraiser!

We have an exciting opportunity for a fundraiser to increase our impact within the Sparks Bristol project and beyond.

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Encounter Edu

Free Hub of Science Resources for Teachers

Explore a selection of free science teaching resources for educators.

Creating a sustainable and ethical future for the fashion industry is an important but complex challenge for government, industry and the public. The All Party Parliamentary Group for Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion was created in February 2020 by Catherine West MP and Baroness Young of Hornsey OBE. The group builds on the important work done by previous APPGs and brings together experts and change-makers to explore ways in which government can support building of a more sustainable and ethical fashion industry, both globally and within the UK. The group is currently funded by Hubbub, an environmental charity who run creative campaigns that inspire sustainable ways of living. Hubbub have commissioned Fashion Roundtable to act as Secretariat to the group.

How Can the UK Lead the Way in Sustainable Fashion?

COVID-19 has shone a light on the unsustainable and unethical nature of fashion fashion. Here the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion (APPG) outlines how the UK government, industries and citizens can support sustainable fashion.

BGCP guide

A guide to bringing sustainability to life in the classroom

Learn how to incorporate sustainability topics into your classroom with this teachers guide.

Support the Global Goals Centre

There are so many ways for you to get involved with the Global Goals Centre. From volunteering to business partnerships, there is something for everyone!


You can support us by donating today! Your donations will support the development of our projects, website and a physical Global Goals Centre.


We welcome business sponsors and partners for individual projects, our website and for developing a physical centre in the heart of Bristol.


Found something that would be a great addition to our Resource Hub? Submit it to our ever-evolving collection of resources via the link below.


We're always looking for talented people to support our work. If you're interested in volunteering with us, we'd love to hear from you!