If the Cowfolk are doing it, this is where it’s at…

We raised £22,500!!!!

Posted by on Aug 14, 2020 in Club News, Community News | 0 comments

The Community Care Package Mega Raffle has raised enough money to keep us providing fresh, healthy food to the community until September!!

Huuuuge thanks to everyone who donated prizes and bought tickets – amazing result!!

Don’t forget you can still donate (here) to keep that love flowing for as long as this crisis continues. Everyone is giving their time voluntarily, so all money donated goes to buying food and PPE.

You can also order a fruit + veg box to collect on Tuesdays and Friday afternoons. Each box is £10 or £15 for a bumper box, with £5/10 covering the cost of the produce and £5 buying a box for someone who can’t afford it.

BS5 solidarity fund

Posted by on Aug 4, 2020 in Community News | 0 comments

BS5 Mutual Aid have set up a fund to help cover the costs of practical support to those affected by coronavirus, such as providing food, accommodation and medication, particularly whilst people self-isolate.

Read more and contribute here:

Our aim as a mutual aid group is not only to meet people’s needs during the coronavirus pandemic but to help create strong communities that can support each other long into the future. The end of the pandemic will not be the end of the crisis. The economic impacts will likely put our livelihoods, homes and health under threat for years to come. Services and charities that have so far survived austerity and are helping people now may disappear. It has been inspiring to see neighbours supporting each other over the last few weeks and in the process getting to know each other and build a more connected and supportive community and this will become more and more important. This is what we want to help support and grow.

BS5 Mutual Aid

Save All Hallows hall!!

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020 in Community News | 0 comments

Urgent! All Hallows Hall is under real threat of closure to the community in the coming months.

The current land/building owner has submitted a planning application to demolish the current stage and build 4 flats immediately at the back of the hall, overlooking into ‘The Pickle Factory/Baggator’. It would leave the hall with no outside space and no stage; essentially finishing the use of All Hallows Hall to the community and severely impairing The Pickle Factory’s future viability.

Easton’s access to a weekly Co-Operative Gym, The Ping Pong Parlour, acting classes, circus training as well as community events, dances, live music, theatre, art events and affordable rehearsal space would be severely limited and may even have to stop. The community have come together for the past 8 years to share music, art and drama performances, film festivals, awards ceremonies, charity fundraisers, large meetings and markets.  All Hallows Hall has become a real hub of the community and a vital resource. It is currently being used during this pandemic to help feed thousands of local struggling residents via the community care package.

We need as many people as possible to object to these plans!


Add your voice here. There are template letters in the documents folder and one below. Try to make it as personal as possible if you can and to hit the planning issues listed below. You can comment on the planning portal with the objection box ticked – your comment goes into the documents file once you have clicked send.

Planning issues the Council will consider include:

  • loss of light or privacy
  • overshadowing on your home
  • highway safety
  • traffic and parking issues
  • noise
  • amenity
  • wildlife
  • historic buildings
  • conservation
  • design
  • appearance of the development

Template letter

I am objecting to the planning application submitted to build a 3 story building of 4 residential flats at the rear of All Hallows Hall in Easton BS5 0HH (planning application number 20/02804/LA).
I would like to make my objection known on several grounds including overcrowding, loss of light and space, and the overall detrimental effect to a much loved and valued community space which is Grade 2 listed.
Also for the negative impact these residential dwellings will have to the community space next door, the charity and young people’s project ‘Baggator’, with which All Hallows co-op currently shares outdoor space and a gated entrance with.
The build would remove the well loved stage where the community have come together for the past 8 years to share music, art, performances and much more. The hall remains a vital hub of the community which is currently being used during this pandemic to help to feed thousands of local struggling residents in conjunction with the community care package scheme.
Along with the loss of the stage would be the loss of 2 of the 3 fire escapes for the hall and would effectively end the ability to have any evening activities or use the garden as the space would be severely limited to the amount of people that could be in the hall at any one time.
Access to the weekly Cooperative Gym, The Ping Pong Parlour, acting classes, circus training, and community events including dances, pop up’s, live music, markets, arts events, film festivals and affordable rehearsal space would no longer be possible.
All Hallows Co-op and Baggator, with aid from the BBC’s show ‘Operation People Power’ have been cultivating a safe outdoor space for vulnerable members of the local community who already have very little outside private space in Easton. This safe space for women and young people would be overlooked by the flats thus rendering it virtually useless to vulnerable people.
The building of 4 flats in this space will depreciate the character of the local area and hugely downgrade the future usefulness of this beautiful grade 2 listed building.
In summary, I feel that a residential block of flats squeezed into this small space between 2 valued community projects is wholly inappropriate and will have a hugely detrimental effect on the community of Easton which it currently helps to support in a multitude of ways.

Support local footballer after racist attack

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020 in Community News | 0 comments

A fundraiser has been set up to help support NHS worker and footballer with DRG Frenchay Kdogg after he was severly injured in a racially motivated attack as he was leaving his shift at Southmead hospital last week.

He’s been left with multiple injuries and in need of plastic surgery to his face and leg. Money raised will be paid straight to Kdogg to support him in his long recovery in which ever way he sees fit. You can donate to show solidarity to Kdogg and his family through this horrific time using this link:

(TRIGGER WARNING: contains image of Kdogg with severe facial injuries):

K is also being supported by Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI). You can dontae to help support SARI’s work here.

There will be a fundraising friendly between DRG Frenchay and Manor Farm FC on Saturday 8th August. The Cowboys are also arranging a friendly to help support this fundraiser.

It’s so so shocking that attacks like this can happen, especially in our supposedly diverse and tolerant ‘modern’ society. At our next club AGM we’ll be discussing how we can more proactively tackle racism (wherever it rears it’s fugly head) and hopefully help to prevent things like this from ever happening again. In the meantime, we can support our BAME brothers and sisters when bad shit does happen, and let them know we’ve got their backs. Big love to Kdogg and his friends and family.

Big Solidarity Bike Ride for Palestine

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020 in Community News | 0 comments

Peace and 4 friends who went to Palestine with the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls ten years ago are doing the Big Solidarity Bike Ride for Palestine (44 miles, OMG!) this Saturday.

The Big Bike Ride is a national event, fundraising for the Middle East Children’s Alliance, a charity that promotes sports for girls. They are hoping to build a secure playground in Gaza.

Donate here…

Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls Scarf £10

Posted by on Jul 6, 2020 in Merchandise, Scarves, Uncategorized | 2 comments

Choose from the postage options below:

UK Postage
Europe Postage

Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls Face Mask

Posted by on Jun 12, 2020 in Merchandise, Merchandise List, Uncategorized | 2 comments


£10 Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls mask with Logo from Rage + 1 donated to those that need it in local community.

Any profit will go towards our continued support of Community Care Package scheme.

Choose from the options below:


£10 + postage

Choose from the options below:

Bristol pickup
Size :
UK Postage
Size :

The masks can be picked up from All Hallows Hall
13 All Hallows Rd, Easton, Bristol BS5 0HH

On Tuesdays and Fridays 2-4pm

CACKK camp 2020 cancelled :-(

Posted by on Jun 6, 2020 in Club News | 0 comments

Unfortunately due to some stoopid global pandemic, this years CACKK camp has been cancelled.

Keep a beady eye on the CACKK facebook group for Kids Klub updates.

Raffle. Of. The. Century

Posted by on Jun 6, 2020 in Community News, Events News | 0 comments

Easton Cowboys & Cowgirls Sports & Social Club, The Plough Inn, The Pipe & Slippers, The Lion BS5, The Love Inn, The Star and Garter and All Hallows Hall present:


£5 a ticket or £20 for 5
Buy your tickets here:

Prize draw July 1st 2020

All prizes have been donated and all proceeds go to the ‘Community Care Package‘ scheme – a project providing our communities with free fresh fruit n veg in a time of crisis.

Full list of prizes:

– £100 Bar Tab @ the Pipe & Slippers
– 1 pair of Boomtown 2021 tickets
– Dawkins ale mini kegs
– True Grace Candle Amber No 31
– 5 pairs of Love Saves the Day 2021 tickets
– £250 Quirky Campers voucher
– 1x Minirig v3
– £100 Bar tab @ The Star & Garter
– 1x Sepr print
– £40 Italian fresh food delivery voucher
– 1x Cider, biscuits and cheese hamper from The Cider Box
– 2x Dave Bain Illustration prints
– 1x Spanish food hamper from El Colmado
– 1x Happy Food plant-based cookbook
– 1x Sweary wrist cuff – word or phrase of winner’s choice
– 1x Jenni Cave print
– 1 x pair Shambala 2021 tickets
– Handmade horseshoe necklace
– 1x A4 Filthy Luke print
– £100 Clifton Wine School voucher
– £100 Bar tab @ Plough Inn Easton
– 5x Keller Pills Mini Kegs
– £100 Colston Hall Voucher from Echoic Audio
– £100 studio time in Pirate Studios
– 10x Squared Roots t-shirts
– 3x Bath sets
– Face masks
– Handmade silver bangle by Alice Goldsack
– An hour massage with Indigo Tree Therapies
– Print of Bristol Scene by Katie Aatse-Tuyn
– 2x Tickets to Outcider Festival
– 6 Class pass Eastern Yoga online
– £70 voucher for limited edition print by Zoe billboard gibbons
– Plasticine model of winner’s choice
– Guided bird, butterfly and dragonfly walk in Eastville Park and Stoke Park
– A4 Framed print of Irish seaweed.
– A family ticket to Hedge-U-cation family camp 2021 xx 2 adults and up to 3 kids

We are a group of (temporarily closed) pubs, festival folk and local community groups using their time and skills to help those at the sharp end of the crisis.

We are providing a free fresh food delivery service across our city. We buy in bulk, pack and deliver to those who need it most.

To donate or for more info on the project see:

Stars promoted to div. 7

Posted by on Jun 3, 2020 in Team News | 0 comments

The Stars are bloody thrilled to have come second at the end of the season and will be promoted into Div 7. They didn’t believe it was possible at the start of the season after being promoted into Div 8, but after a rocky start and multiple tequila shots, they got their balls together, and smashed their way through the league.

The final table has 72 points for the Stars, beaten by long running frenemies Newbridge on 84, with third place Frampton trailing behind on 64. The team would like to thank their captain Jen, and vice captain Cat, who managed to keep everyone focused on the prize!

The team said they can’t wait to get back to training and take on Div 7 when they’re allowed to touch each other’s balls again.