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June 24 2019

Diesel ban is one option to improve air quality

Bristol City Council has released information on two options for a traffic Clean Air Plan and will be putting the options to public consultation next month... Read More


June 24 2019

National Trust and Lottery funding will boost parks

Bristol has been awarded almost £1 million to help transform the future of the city’s parks and green spaces... Read More


June 24 2019

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. .. Read More


June 24 2019

Green Mingle

The Green Party enjoyed a huge surge of support in the Bristol area in the recent European Election and Molly Scott Cato was re-elected as MEP for the South West of England and Gibraltar. To celebrate, Molly and her supporters held a celebration at new bar Alchemy 198, Gloucester Road. Many local environmental groups and activists were represented at the celebration including Sustainable Bishopston, the Bishopston Society, Green councillors and the Green contender for Bristol Mayor... Read More


June 24 2019

How technology can aid care

Bristol City Council is targeting technology enabled care (TEC), in a bid to improve the lives of residents who need support to live more independently at home... Read More


June 24 2019

Bristol marks D-Day milestone

EVENTS have taken place across Bristol to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day... Read More


June 24 2019

First debrillator installed in Gloucester Road

A collaboration between the former Gloucester Road Business Improvement District (GR BID), local business owner Juliana Hounsfield of The Family Practice and the Applegreen Petrol station has meant that Gloucester Road has its first defibrillator – making this much loved high street an even safer place to visit. .. Read More


June 24 2019

Discounts for carers on Gloucester Road

Did you know that if you provide unpaid necessary care to a family member or friend with an illness or disability, you can get a Carers Emergency Card? .. Read More


June 24 2019

You say 20mph is plenty

A major review of Bristol’s 20mph speed limit has concluded that no significant changes need to be made to the measures introduced throughout the city between 2012 and 2015... Read More


June 24 2019

Above & Beyond charity funds resources to help children having cancer treatment

The official charity for the UH Bristol Trust has funded new resources to support children having treatment for cancer... Read More