The Easton Arts Trail is organised by volunteers from the local community who work throughout the year to coordinate this annual event that celebrates the quality and diversity of creativity in Easton.

We were founded in December 2006 by local artists with the aim of showcasing the broad range of creative talent in Easton by providing a platform for local artists, makers and performers to promote and develop their work in their community. We are always looking for volunteers to help co-ordinate the event and for more artists and performers to take part, if you are interested in getting involved then please get in touch by emailing : info@eastonartstrail.co.uk

Visiting the arts trail

Easton Arts trail is easy to get to, below are some of the options available using public transport or cycling.

By Bike – Cycling to the event is a great way of seeing more of our wonderful community, use the Bristol and Bath Railway Path which runs through the neighbourhood and has access points at Easton Rd, ChelseaPark, Devon Road and Brusce Road.

By Train – Trains stop regularly at Stapleton Road station from Bristol Temple Meads, Bristol Parkway and Clifton Down, with a single ticket costing as little as £1.50.

By Bus – Bus routes 4, 13, 24, 48 and 49 run up Stapleton Road to Robertson Road, routes 6 and 7 stop at Devon Road on Whitehall Road or take the 506 for Bellevue Road