The Great British Asparagus Feast crowdfunded £7,120 for a party to promote this years asparagus season campaign. Read our interview Pam Lloyd, Director of The Great British Asparagus Feast, to find out more about their crowdfunding journey.
Spike Island Cafe has reached it’s Crowdfunder target and is now pushing ahead with renovating the unique community eatery in Bristol, which prides itself on serving local, organic, sustainable, ethical and delicious foods.
LettUs Grow are a start up business all about growing lettuce indoors and reducing food waste at the same time! It’s an eco-friendly, sustainable project which they are also crowdfunding with VOOM 2016, offering great rewards to their pledgers.
Better Bristol CampaignThe Secret of Change is part of our Better Bristol campaign, which aims to work with the cities people and projects to create a low carbon environment and a high quality of life. Together with The Bristol Green Capital Partnership we want to raise over £1 million for projects that will make Bristol[…]
This year our resident Queen of Crowdfunder, Jess Ratty, was chosen to appear at TEDx Bristol to speak about her passion for all things crowdfunding, and her great expectations for the future.Jess spoke to a crowd of 2,000 people, focussing on the alternative finance industry and the progress being made by crowdfunding projects, and we can’t think of[…]
Better Bristol – Roll for the Soul, a community focused bike café in Bristol that overfunded back in October 2012.
The Better Bristol crowdfunding campaign aims to make Bristol even more awesome by working with local projects to create an environmentally friendly city with a top notch quality of life.
Bristol Green Capital Partnership (BGCP) has partnered with Crowdfunder UK to launch Better Bristol, a new citywide rewards-based crowdfunding campaign.
We’ve launched #Better Bristol in partnership with the Bristol Green Capital Partnership – to showcase Bristol’s amazing talent, inventions, solutions and innovations to the rest of the world.