the seven saints of st pauls® | st pauls’ carnival heritage initiative mural & trail

In 2015, The Seven Saints of St Pauls’® exhibition was held. Overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response of those in attendance, the artist, Michele Curtis, quickly realised more needed to be done. Two years later, what started as a one-off exhibition has become a creative movement that is changing the very landscape of Bristol and improving the city’s social and cultural health.

This heritage trail features a permanent outdoor gallery. The seven large-scale murals and accompanying mobile app are educational tools to learn about the rich history of the St Pauls’ Carnival and the contributions made by the Windrush Generation.


The Honourable Owen Adolphus Henry

In 1962, Owen Henry opened Homelands Travel Service, the first Black-owned travel agency in Bristol. The agency specialised in chartered flights to and from the Caribbean and offered a safe alternative for sending money overseas.


dolores Evadne campbell

Dolores Campbell actively supported young people within Bristol and encouraged them to be empowered and confident members of society. In 1993, Dolores became a foster parent. She fostered approximately 30 children over an 18 year period until her death on 25 August 2011.