Bristol24/7 is your first port of call to find out what’s happening across Bristol with news, features, what’s on listings and everything in between. You’ll find it all on our website and also in our free monthly print magazine.
We provide high-quality, independent news and features from our team of experienced and talented journalists and bloggers. Our ethos is to be independent, honest and transparent, and uphold the highest editorial values.
Bristol24/7 is a Community Interest Company, which means the title is a protected asset, owned by a wide spread of shareholders from across the city. The lion’s share of any future profits will be reinvested back into the company and ongoing projects in the community of Bristol.
To get in touch with the team:
0117 2309 247
Slavery and human trafficking statement
Bristol24/7 is a Community Interest Company and Bristol and the South West’s best and most trusted website and free monthly magazine. We are committed to acting ethically in all parts of our business to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place. As an independent media publication, integrity is extremely important to us.
All of our employees have fair employment terms, are paid at least the National Minimum Wage and receive paid holiday in excess of the statutory minimum. We are also committed to developing our staff and many of our employees started with us as work experience students.
Bristol24/7 operates a supplier policy and maintains a preferred supplier list. We conduct due diligence on all suppliers before allowing them to become a preferred supplier. This due diligence includes an online search to ensure that particular organisation has never been convicted of offenses relating to modern slavery. Our anti-slavery policy forms part of our contract with all suppliers and they are required to confirm that no part of their business operations contradicts this policy.
As an organisation we provide regular updates on modern slavery at our monthly staff meeting.
We also actively support campaigns and charities through our media publication relating to modern slavery prevention, for example Unchosen. We also work closely with the local police in order to report on and raise awareness of these issues.
Managing Director, Bristol24/7
If you want to make a complaint
We can look into complaints about items we have published which are in our control. We adhere to the Standards Code adopted by IMPRESS and can only deal with complaints which relate to an alleged breach of the standards set out in this Code.
We can only deal with your complaint if you are:
- personally and directly affected by an alleged breach of the Code
- a representative group affected by an alleged breach of the Code, where there is public interest in your complaint
- a third party seeking to ensure accuracy of published information
We are also regulated by IMPRESS, but initial complaints must be made to us in writing at the following addresses:
Unit 2.4 Paintworks, Arnos Vale, Bristol, BS4 3EH
We will acknowledge your complaint by email or in writing within seven calendar days and will normally respond to your complaint with a final decision letter within 21 calendar days. If we uphold your complaint, we will tell you the remedial actions we have taken.
If you are not satisfied with the final response to your complaint, or if you do not hear from us within 21 calendar days of submitting your complaint, then you can refer your complaint to our Independent regulator IMPRESS at the following address: