Keep Glos Rd air clean!
National Clean Air Day has been set up to help people live more sustainable lives by making connections between what’s good for them and good for the planet.
The Bishopston Society and Extinction Rebellion North are two groups actively addressing the challenge locally.
The Bishopston Society have a number of activities planned for the area around Gloucester Road on Clean Air Day, June 20. Their website bishopstonsociety.org.uk/cab lists many simple things each and everyone of us can do to improve air quality and look after our own and other people’s health or see #CleanAirBishopston for all the latest news about events.
Extinction Rebellion North Bristol are planning to send a 'toxic' lollipop lady with a crocodile of people crossing back and forth on Pigsty Hill Gloucester Road from 3 - 6pm. The group meet every Tuesday evening from 6.30pm – 9pm at the Hall (no. 161) on Pigsty Hill to discuss how climate change can be tackled with non violent direct action.
Sarah Thorp, owner of Room 212, has asked North Bristol artist Jenny Urquhart to create a pollution awareness poster specially for Glos Rd Central.