Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Gardens

Fun front garden trail around Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle.

Register your garden by 10th July to be listed as part of the trail.

All sorts of garden displays welcome. You won’t need to be in your front garden – just be prepared for people to come an admire it!

If you live in Sea Mills or Coombe Dingle and would like to take part, email Esther Giles at with the heading ‘Front Garden Trail” and include your name and address and a short sentence summing up your garden.

A list of the gardens in the trail will be available online at before the event and will also be available to pick up locally. Check the website for details.


Postcards from lockdown – hearing the voices of young people

Today we are launching a new project, please share and spread the word.

Are the voices of children and young people being heard in the current crisis? We aren’t sure, but we would love to hear what children and young people think and also how you are feeling.

Be part of history and maybe even change it by helping older people understand your feelings.

Send us a postcard with your thoughts and feelings during the current situation. Tell older people what YOU think. We will be displaying these around Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle for people to read, in the Sea Mills phone box museum, on community noticeboards and anywhere else we can get access too. We will also include them on the website and make sure they are kept as a record of young people’s thoughts, feelings and ideas at this time.

Download our templates below or just use a piece of paper or card about 14cm x 10cm (that’s 5.5 inches x 4 inches) instead. You can also use a drawing program on a computer or tablet and there’s a template for that too.

Templates to print out:

Template for digital use:

Save the image above for use on computers and tablets

Please send your postcard to 28 St Edyth’s Road, Sea Mills, Bristol BS9 2ES, UK or email it to we are really looking forward to seeing them. You can also get your postcards to us by sharing them on Instagram or Twitter, tagging @SeaMills100 and using the hashtag #LockdownPostcard

If you want to send an physical postcard without visiting a post office you can print postage at home via or design a postcard using a service like

Postcards from lockdown is a joint project between Sea Mills 100 & Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Together and is open to all young people, wherever you live in the world. Be honest and be as creative as you like. You can sign you postcard, you can say how old you are or where you are from, or you can be anonymous. It’s up to you.

Listen to Georgina Taylor, Child Psychotherapist and Clinical Manager at the Bridge Foundation, Bristol talk to the Real Women on BCFM 93.2 about the difficulties facing children and parents as lockdown eases and the benefits of our lockdown postcard project.

Press release and more information about the project.

Credits: Clip art from
& Crayon Doodle Happy Kids Drawing (PNG Transparent)