The following statement was supplied by YardArts:

The YardArts Village will consist of a Quasi public space, where we will have our cafe, workshop and geo-dome venue. The cafe and workshop structures are temporary single story, wooden buildings. The workshop spaces are open to all, these are supported self-employed business start-up pods, where artists can be seen working and sell/ exhibit their product. Our geo-dome venue is only 6-7m high, seats 50-60 people, we will use this to host small performances and circus workshops, for all ages. Behind all this, fenced off will be our residential area, this is temporary accommodation for artists/ professionals who work for YardArts or are visiting Bristol for work contracts or training/devising. We will have a welfare unit, all connected to the mains, consisting of showers, toilets, washing machines and sinks. From community meetings we have learnt that there is a demand for cycle maintenance, since hearing this YardArt’s cycle champion will be using one of our workshops as a bike maintenance station. We will be hosting workshops in order to teach people how to maintain bicycles. YardArts would like to hear more ideas that it may be able to facilitate from the community.

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