Baggator Young People’s Project works in some of the most socially disadvantaged areas of Bristol to provide programmes of informal education, skills training and leisure activities for young people up to 19 years of age.



Baggator has worked in the local community for the past 12 years to meet concerns expressed by parents and young people for the provision of a friendly and safe out of school environment for young people. We attract a representative cross section of the diverse cultural mix in the locality. We also collaborate with local youth groups, schools, employers and other agencies. Baggator offers a range of innovative programmes  for young people in the local area. These activities encompass Health, Arts, Sports, Bicycle Maintenance, ICT, Cultural Exchanges (Leipzig, Germany 2010 & 2011) Camps & Residential visits (Exmoor 2010 & Southern Ireland 2011) and Heritage projects.

Baggator in Action

The Pickle Factory

Baggator’s home, The Pickle Factory on All Hallow’s Road, Easton, offers a great venue for parties, meetings,workshops, music events and much more! Facilities available for hire at competitive rates include a kitchen and Cafe area, function hall with stage and PA system and a cinema room with professional projector and screen.

Bagga Tor to Baggator – 6 Marathons In Two Days

Bagga Tor with Bodmin Moor in the far distanceFriends of Baggator Youth Project in Easton will be covering more than 150miles on foot and bike over two days on a fundraising challenge from Bagga Tor in Dartmoor to Bristol on the weekend of 11th and 12th July.
Baggator at The Pickle Factory is a charity that works with young people of all backgrounds in Easton and surrounding areas. Over the years since it started the project has developed a programme that includes regular activities such as rural outdoors activities, foreign exchange trips and bike maintenance workshops. Recently they have begun a new project to open a café that will serve locally sourced and produced food to the young users as well as providing in-house catering training.

Screen Shot 2015-03-11 at 18.06.27The challenge has been set up with a target to raise £5000 to deliver outdoors activities for inner-city children in the coming year.  It will also support the expanding and exciting plans that the new board of trustees have been drawing up with regular users and members of the community.  Heritage VW Bristol are among the corporate sponsors and will be providing two vans for kit and emergency transport. Matter Wholefoods in Greenbank will providing the group with much needed sustenance!

The challenge took place on Sat 11th and Sun 12th July 2015 and was successfully completed with the challengers completing 182 miles on foot and by cycle. To find out more information please contact us

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