When groups ask me how they can enthuse young people about heritage I often answer that it is important to talk to them and make it relevant to their everyday lives. It is not just the distant past but links to the world around them. Nature can be a great way of getting young people to think
Colston Hall is run by Bristol Music Trust
Bristol Music Trust
It’s the site of a famous Beatles flour-bombing incident, and suffragettes Vera Holme and Elsie Howey once hid here overnight so they could shout ‘votes for women’ during a speech the next day. Now, Colston Hall is set to become one of the country's best arts and learning facilities.