Graffiti Competition in Bristol Old City to raise money for charity

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Graffiti Competition in Bristol Old City to raise money for charity

Organisers include The Bank Tavern, Inkie, Molotow Bristol (us!) and McAleer & Rushe

McAleer & Rushe (, the contractors developing the old Natwest Court site on Broad St in the Old City, have teamed up with local street artist Inkie (, Bristols newest street art supply store Molotow ( and Observer Food Monthly Award winners The Bank Tavern ( to host a graffiti competition in aid of the Creative Youth Network.

The event is on Wednesday 16th September from 1pm until 4pm, with live DJ’s whilst a selection of local Street artists paint sections of the walls on John St. The theme is Bristol and its history.

The winner will receive £150 cash prize from McAleer & Rushe whilst second prize is £50 voucher and third prize £10 voucher, both kindly donated by Molotow.

The artwork will then be auctioned off and all money raised will go to the Creative Youth Network.

Any artist wishing to participate  or find out more information should get in touch with Molotow via email

Creative Youth Network enables young people, no matter what their background or circumstances, to reach their own potential.

All of our young people are experiencing barriers that are preventing them from flourishing. Many of our young people are marginalised, unemployed, not in education, suffer poor mental health, are in care (or are care leavers), are asylum seekers, refugees, disabled, from low-income households or are an ethnic minority.

We work to help young people remove or overcome the barriers young people face by:

  1. Building trusting relationships with young people that enable us to address their individual needs
  2. Advocating for young people to influence policy and get young voices heard
  3. Providing a wide range of programmes and activities to help young people reach their potential