4 November 2012
Minutes from the meeting of the Bristol & West General Branch on October 8th 2012 , with guest speaker - mayoral candidate, George Ferguson
22 October 2012
A letter written by branch committee member, Gerard Cooke, on behalf of the branch. The letter is addressed to Michael Joyce, the Case Officer who is overseeing the development appeal to turn the Whiteladies Picture House into flats and a gym. The letter outlined several reasons why the branch are opposed to the development
2 October 2012
Minutes from the meeting of the Bristol & West General Branch on 10th September 2012, with guest speaker - designer, Harriet De Winton
2 October 2012
Public Liability Policy 2012-2013
24 September 2012
Minutes from the meeting of the Bristol and West General Branch of Equity with Guest Speaker, director Sally Cookson
31 August 2012
The communication manager enables branches and committees to send out email newsletters to their members. This is a brief guide on how to do it.
24 August 2012
Minutes of summer meeting with guest speaker, director Sally Cookson. Members please note that their was no meeting in August 2012.
15 August 2012
Letter from branch published in The Bristol Post:
"THE Bristol and West General Branch of Equity would like to congratulate Bristol City Council's Planning Committee on the far-sighted intelligence they have shown by unanimously refusing the development application put forward to convert the Whiteladies Picture House into flats and a gym..."
2 August 2012
This is an open letter to Bristol City Council's City Development Planning Committee, congratulating them on their decision to refuse the development application put forward to convert the Whiteladies Picture House into flats and a gym.
16 January 2012
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Bristol & West General Branch which was held on January 16th 2012.
In attendance were Mary Lane (SW Area Committee), Chris Ryde (Area Organiser) and from Equity Head Office, John Barclay (Head of Recorded Media) and Ian Bayes (BBC TV Organiser).