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Content generated during research for the paperback book 'Bristol: Ethnic Monorities and the City 1000-2001' (ISBN 13 : 978-1-86077-477-5 ) for the England's Past for Everyone series

Zehra Haq came to Bristol, to Barton Hill, [ in 1977] because her in-laws lived in Barton Hill, Avonvale Road.

Bristol Indian Association's celebration in March 1959 of the Hindu festival of Holi (the festival of colours).

Western Daily Press 5th December 1972 on Ugandan Asians: Bristol should find homes for between 50 and 100 Ugandan Asian families

The Indian community in Bristol is the most socially mobile of Bristol's South Asian residents.

Bristol’s Polish community was first established in the twentieth century by Polish airmen and people displaced by the second world war and by econ

The Arley Congregational church on Cheltenham Road in Bristol was founded in 1855 and taken over as a Polish Roman Catholic Church in 1968.

Since at least the time of John Cabot, Italians have been resident in Bristol.

Originally used as a girls’ church school until 1950 and then variously as a Conservative Club and veterinary supplies storage and distribution cen

The Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Church Road, St. George, Bristol is in a building built in 1894-95 originally as the St.

This building was acquired by Sikhs in 1978 to replace the city’s first Gudwara which had been originally 1958 at 8 St.