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White Pages Bristol

Looking for a telephone number in Bristol? Use the search boxes above.

Bristol is the largest city in the South West of England and is a unitary authority and ceremonial county. The population of Bristol is approximately 432,500, which makes it Britain's seventh largest city, excluding London. So we all agree, Bristol is 'Gurt Lush' but that doesn't exactly make finding the Bristolian you're searching for easy.

With White Pages you can find the telephone number of the person you're looking for in seconds, simply type their name into the search fields above to get started.


Bristol Record Archives

You can use White Pages to preview electoral roll records from 2002 onwards.

The electoral roll contains the names and addresses of all registered voters in the UK and there are two versions, the full and the edited version. From 2003 onwards, voters could choose to have their details omitted from the edited version of the electoral roll. However their name and address will still be included in the full electoral register. This is why the electoral roll has become an important tool for researching the whereabouts of lost friends and relatives.

White Pages previews edited electoral register results from 2003 onwards due to changes in government legislation. However, the full Bristol electoral register, current and historical, is available to view offline at:

Bristol Record Archives,
'B' Bond Warehouse,
Smeaton Road,
Bristol BS1 6XN
Tel: 0117 922 4224
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

You can visit the Bristol City Council website for more details.

Many of Bristol's records are viewable on microfilm and are available on a self-service basis. Alternatively, you may use one of the computers to access archived census records, free of charge.

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Subdivisions of Bristol City

Bristol is divided up into many areas. There are 35 wards for the purposes of local government. However, there are also neighbourhoods which are adjacent to the city and sometimes these borders overlap and may be called by different names. These areas are listed below, with a few being considered part of South Gloucester or North Somerset, as well as part of the city itself. When conducting a telephone number or address search for someone in Bristol, try typing in one of these areas in the search fields above to help you narrow down your results:

  • Bristol city centre
  • Arnos Vale
  • Ashley Down
  • Ashton Vale
  • Avonmouth
  • Baptist Mills
  • Barrs CourtSG
  • Barton Hill, Bristol
  • Bedminster
  • Bedminster Down
  • Bishopston
  • Bishopsworth
  • Blaise Hamlet
  • Botany Bay
  • Bower Ashton
  • Bradley StokeSG
  • Brentry
  • Brislington
  • Broadmead
  • Broomhill
  • Burchells Green
  • Canons Marsh
  • CatbrainSG
  • Charlton Mead
  • Chester Park
  • CheswickSG
  • Chipping SodburySG
  • Clay Hill
  • Clifton
  • Combe Dingle
  • Cotham
  • Crew's Hole
  • Crofts End
  • DownendSG
  • Eastville
  • Easton
  • Emersons GreenSG
  • FiltonSG
  • Filwood Park
  • Fishponds
  • FrenchaySG
  • Golden Hill
  • HanhamSG
  • Hartcliffe
  • Headley Park
  • Henbury
  • Hengrove
  • Henleaze
  • Hillfields
  • Horfield
  • Hotwells
  • Kensington Park
  • Kingsdown
  • KingswoodSG
  • Knowle
  • Knowle West
  • Lawrence Hill
  • Lawrence Weston
  • Leigh WoodsNS
  • Lewin's Mead
  • Lockleaze
  • Lodge Hill
  • Longwell GreenSG
  • MangotsfieldSG
  • Mayfield Park
  • Monks Park
  • Montpelier
  • Netham
  • Newtown
  • North CommonSG
  • Oldland CommonSG
  • PatchwaySG
  • Redcliffe
  • Redfield
  • Redland
  • Ridgeway
  • Rose Green
  • Sea Mills
  • Shirehampton
  • Sneyd Park
  • Southmead
  • Southville
  • Speedwell
  • Spike Island
  • St Agnes
  • St Andrews
  • St Annes
  • St George
  • St Judes
  • St Pauls
  • St Philips Marsh
  • St Werburghs
  • Staple HillSG
  • Stapleton
  • Stockwood
  • Stoke Bishop
  • Stokes Croft
  • Totterdown
  • Two Mile Hill
  • Tyndalls Park
  • Upper Knowle
  • Victoria Park
  • WarmleySG
  • Westbury on Trym
  • Westbury Park, Bristol
  • Whitchurch
  • Whitehall
  • Whiteway
  • WillsbridgeSG
  • Windmill Hill
  • Withywood

For More On Bristol's Local History

Bristol's M Shed contains thought-provoking local history exhibits and is open seven days a week at Bristol's famous harbourside. So for anyone interested in seeing what the lives of Bristolians were like from prehistoric times right up until 21st century, the M Shed should be your first port of call. The address is as follows:

The M Shed,
Princes Wharf,
Wapping Road,
Bristol BS1 4RN
Tel: 0117 352 6600.

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