What we do :

The Society holds regular meetings in local venues (see Events), holds exhibitions, and assists with enquiries about Brislington and family connections. Members receive a regular newsletter. Talks on Brislington and its history are given to interested groups, illustrated with photographs from our extensive collection and we are also happy to support other bodies with associated interests (see Contacts). We would welcome any information, photographs etc you may have about Brislington to add to our knowledge and to record for future generations.



The Society meets on the last Thursday of the month, at St Cuthbert’s Church Crypt, Sandy Park Road, Brislington, commencing at 7.30pm. Meetings comprise a talk, which may be illustrated, by a Society member or invited speakers, on issues of general or local interest. We aim to provide at least two Brislington-themed events each year. In 2018 the Society held talks on Brislington Collieries and the Engine House, Building Buses in Brislington, as well as ‘home-produced’ events. ‘Brislington in the 1960’s’ (a series of photographs discovered in 2012 and given to the Society) and a moving presentation about the effect of World War I on the village, which included photographs, letters and memories of those involved.

Annual Membership Subscriptions £15: free entry per event
Refreshments available

Upcoming Meetings:

2021 Events

We are delighted to announce that we will re-commence meetings on Thursday 30th September!


28th October 7.30pm – 2019/2020 AGM The meeting will be followed by a talk from Jo Moore about Eastwood Farm, a local facility which may not be familiar to many people. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.

25th November 7.30pm – Change from previous event 'Tyntesfield – Progress and Discoveries'. A talk by Terry Stevens. This talk contains new information about the estate.