Clifton and Hotwells
Improvement Society (CHIS)

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About CHIS

The Clifton and Hotwells Improvement Society, popularly known as CHIS, was founded in 1968 and now has well over 1,100 members. Its main aims are:

Over the last 45 years CHIS has become widely respected for its balanced attitude towards local issues.

Although one of the largest amenity societies in the country, it manages to retain personal contacts necessary for the committee to reflect members' views.

CHIS covers the diverse area of urban Bristol 8 which includes Hotwells, North Clifton, Cliftonwood, the west of Whiteladies Road and Clifton Village.

What does CHIS offer its members?

Membership Form can be found here

What does CHIS do?

The Society is currently working to restore St Andrew’s churchyard.

Come along and meet us

New members are always welcome. Details of our meetings are displayed at the library in Princess Victoria Street. Come to one of our events and introduce yourself to a committee member. (see Current programme of events for details)

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