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December 23 2013

Final design is chosen

CAMPAIGNERS are celebrating as a final design is chosen for the Horfield Common play area... Read More


December 23 2013

£5,000 for flower beds to curb yobs

ST ANDREWS Park has secured £5,000 of funding for its scheme to try to tackle anti-social behaviour by planting flower beds. .. Read More


December 23 2013

Snapdragons to open next year

SNAPDRAGONS Nurseries Ltd, a family-run group of children's nurseries with 16 years' experience in the Bath area, is to open its 8th nursery by May 2014, just off the Gloucester Road. .. Read More


December 23 2013

Hundreds of drivers breach cycle limits

FIGURES gathered from a recent campaign show that there is a need to educate cyclists and motorists on road safety, police say. .. Read More


December 23 2013

Outrage at delay

RESIDENTS at a recent forum meeting were outraged by the council's delay in starting the Redland parking scheme consultation... Read More


December 23 2013

Pressure on mayor to reopen two stations in north Bristol

RAIL campaigners are urging Bristol Mayor George Ferguson to support the opening of two stations in north Bristol and to ensure that approval and funding is secured for both... Read More


December 23 2013

Petition calls for parking review

A BISHOPSTON councillor has launched a petition for fairer parking on Gloucester Road... Read More


December 23 2013

Holistic approach for body, mind and soul

EMPOWERING the mind, body and soul through holistic treatments is Osteomyologist Dawn Clode... Read More


December 23 2013

Choir looking for new members

THE Bristol Male Voice Choir is inviting men of all ages to join its outstanding group of 80 choristers... Read More


December 23 2013

Lewis sets his sights on South Pole world record

BRAVING the Antarctic is a Bishopston teenager who has his sights set on becoming the youngest person to ski across the South Pole. .. Read More