Community News

All the latest community information from the Sea Mills area.

How Lucky I Was – Memories of Sea Mills

Memories are being shared and refreshed in Sea Mills with the publication of a new book. How Lucky I Was is written by people who grew up in or visited Sea Mills as children in the 1930s to 1950s. It’s been put together by the Sea Mills 100 project, which has been celebrating 100 years of the Bristol neighbourhood.  Contributors to the book include current residents as well as those who have since moved away, with copies being sent as far away as Canada and Australia.  Dedicated to “Sea Mills children everywhere and everywhen,” the stories told in the book exude a warmness for Sea Mills as a special place to grow up

Litter Pick

Join the Coombe Dingle and Sea Mills Climate Action Group for a litter pick this Saturday.  Bring a thermos and a woolly hat!

Nature Learning pack

Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Climate Action Group have created us a fantastic, fun-filled pack of resources with a nature focus.  There are puzzles, riddles, art activities and colouring – a great thing to do just as nature is awakening from it’s winter slumber!

Download: Nature Learning Pack Feb 21

Severn Ride & Stride – self-led walking trail of lights

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The trail will run from 12th – 27th December. People who sign up receive a trail guide and map to go and hunt the Christmas lights. There is a bingo card activity for families to use as they go round and try to spot various symbols in the lights with active travel prizes to win.

Old photos from the mid to late 1950’s

One of our alumni, Haydn, has shared a photo of his old class at Sea Mills and himself in later cricketing days.  After moving to Plymouth where he studied and taught PE and outdoor education, Haydn emigrated to Western Australia where he continued to teach and played both cricket and hockey at County level. He remembers ‘Vivid memories of Friday afternoon films in a Nissan hut and sport on the playing fields down by the train track and Avon River.’  Thanks for the memories Haydn!