Up Our Street Magazine

Project Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012

Your community magazine

Up Our Street is the community magazine from Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Management. Four times a year it is delivered to the door of 13,400 homes in Easton and Lawrence Hill. And features stories, important information and events. You can also read an online versions below. We include some advertising that range in price from £40 to £525, see below for more information or contact Tamsin to discuss appearing in the magazine. Discounts are available.

Thank You Awards

Project Date: Friday, April 22, 2016

Every year Up Our Street organise the Thank You Awards to celebrate the amazing people that live, work or volunteer in Easton and Lawrence Hill.The Thank You Awards are an opportunity for the people who make a difference, to receive the recognition that they deserve!

Fortnightly Ebulletin

Project Date: Thursday, October 22, 2015

As part of our commitment to share information with our community, we produce a fortnightly ebulletin which contains snippets of information about events, local news, our news, courses, and voluntary and paid vacancies.

We share the information for free in our fortnightly ebulletin, and are committed to include only relevant or useful information. The ebulletin is sent out on alternate Fridays to around 2,000 contacts. 

To submit information

Community Notice boards

Project Date: Sunday, January 1, 2012

Up Our Street manage 30 community notice boards around the Easton and Lawrence Hill area, the boards were mainly funded through regeneration projects between 2005 and 2008. 

The notice boards are updated monthly by Up Our Street and a group of local volunteers, to promote local events and groups to people who don't have access to the internet. 

Up Our Street on BCfm

Project Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

We appear on the radio every Wednesday at 8.45am to talk about things happening in our area. BCfm is our community station and the One Love Breakfast show is always interested in hearing about community news and events. You can text them on 60777 (start the text with BCfm). Visit the BCfm website here.