About Us

Bristol Women’s Voice is a powerful voice for women making women’s equality in Bristol a reality. Who we are Bristol Women’s Voice (BWV) is run by Bristol Women, for Bristol women.  The overall direction and strategy of BWV is decided by the members, and overseen by a Board of Trustees.  Our Director runs things day […]


Supporting & Empowering All Women Across BristolDonateCity Listening ProjectRead MoreBECOME A MEMBERFind out More Bristol Women’s Voice is a powerful voice for women making women’s equality in Bristol a reality. BWV is supporting Bristol Council’s proposed nil cap policy for licensing of Sexual Entertainment Venues (SEVs) We need your support: COMPLETE THE CONSULTATION  – find some […]

Newsletter Tuesday 19th January

NEWSLETTER TUESDAY 19th January Covid Keep in Contact Project – can you help us connect with women across Bristol?   Dear Members,   It’s a difficult time for so many at the moment as we are locked down in more wintery conditions but as the evenings start to get lighter and the vaccine is rolled out there are […]

Organisations Supporting Women

Organisations listed here support and promote the equality of women. Please send us details of women’s organisations, organisations supporting women and organisations providing services for women at info@bristolwomensvoice.org.uk. Local Community & Support Groups Full Circle Full Circle @Docklands is a Community-based resource centre for young people, children and families in St Pauls. Has women and […]

Annual General Meeting 2019

By Community Reporter Laura Hiller & Photographer Mireya Gonzalez On 7th November 2019, Bristol Women’s Voice held its 2019 Annual General Meeting at the Station on Silver Street. Throughout the evening, the past year’s achievements were reviewed, future plans were outlined and we were joined by some special guests. Kicking off the evening was comedian […]

Women in Composing: The Musical Work of Bristol Woman Ailsa Dixon – Part 1

Josie Dixon Interview – Part 1: Ailsa Dixon A recent concert at St George’s featuring a posthumous premiere by Bristol-born composer Ailsa Dixon has uncovered a musical work that went undiscovered in her lifetime. Laura Hillier, one of our Community Reporters, recently interviewed the composer’s daughter, Josie Dixon, which is published in a two-part series. This is the first […]