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Protesters urge council to drop planned library cuts

Nov 24 2017

Bristol'S Council Chamber was packed on November 14 with people of all ages and from across the city, all there to ask Mayor Marvin Rees to stop the proposed cuts to Bristol’s library and parks services. ... Read More

Improvements at last to Cromwell Rd exit

Nov 24 2017

Work has been completed to modify changes made a year ago to the North Rd/Cromwell Road junction. ... Read More

Parents share ideas for making roads safer

Nov 24 2017

Parents and residents concerned about the safety of roads surrounding Brunel Field Primary School held an Open Space Meeting in mid-November to share ideas about improvements needed for all those using the area.... Read More

Big vote for segregated cycle lanes

Nov 24 2017

THE UK’s biggest assessment on cycling in cities has found that three out of four people in Bristol (77%) want more protected bike routes built to make cycling safer, even when this could mean less space for other road traffic.... Read More

New business centre opens in the heart of Bishopston

Nov 24 2017

An exciting new partnership has been formed between Bristol Spaceworks and St Bonaventure’s RC Church (St. Bon’s), to run a new business centre in the heart of Bishopston. ... Read More

Crowdfunding for Longmead Avenue trees

Nov 24 2017

A group of residents in Bishopston have launched a fundraising drive to cover the cost of replacing the diseased trees in their road. ... Read More

Redland councillor at Bonn climate conference

Nov 24 2017

Redland councillor Fi Hance attended the annual COP23 climate conference in Bonn in November. As Cabinet member for Energy, she was in Germany to represent Bristol at the Climate event and was asked what action the city is taking on climate change.... Read More

New City Poet sought

Nov 24 2017

Poets, spoken word fans and performers in Bristol are invited to apply to become the new City Poet. ... Read More

Gold Stars reward great architecture

Nov 24 2017

Redland & Cotham Amenities Society’s (RCAS) 45th Annual General Meeting took place on 9 November at Redland Green School. ... Read More

Have your say on the future of our precious parks

Nov 24 2017

A LOCAL councillor has responded after Bristol City Council’s consultation plans for parks and green spaces were discussed at a recent public meeting. ... Read More