Bristol Community Ferry Boats

Bristol has long since has a large city dock which was a central hub for trade up until the 1960’s when it became largely unused

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as ships favoured ports unrestricted by tides. Within the Docks a network of ferry boats have always help citizens travel around. Nowadays it used frequently by commuters, tourists and the elderly. Operated by the council it faced closure due to restrictions in funding until a community scheme was launched to by out the company and operate it has a CBS (community benefit society) which will mean that it can continue to run the best ferry service for Bristol, its people and visitors alike.

Tim Good, a resident

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of Bristol made the application to the Matthew Good Foundation and invested £1000 into the scheme. We wish Bristol Community Ferry Boats the very best in the future!