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March 01 2013 Shoppers switching to local butchers following meat scandal

Shoppers switching to local butchers following meat scandal

Butchers on Gloucester Road are enjoying a boom in business in the wake of the supermarket horse meat scandal... Read More


March 01 2013

Residents hear latest on cricket club development

Residents gathered at Brunel Field on February 21 to hear the latest report on the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club (GCCC) redevelopment... Read More


March 01 2013 New centre KudaCan aims to bring parents together

New centre KudaCan aims to bring parents together

A vibrant new community play centre has opened in Bishopston, offering a host of services for children and parents... Read More


March 01 2013

Bus fare campaigner to 'keep up pressure'

A petition has acquired over 3,500 signatures to reduce bus fares, but Bristol City councillors are yet to debate the issue. The campaign, Make Fares Fair, was set up by 33-year-old graphic designer Daniel Farr... Read More


February 01 2013

Support for call to save city PCSOs

Bishopston’s councillors are backing a bid to save 32 of the city’s police community support officers... Read More


February 01 2013

February 01 2013 Campaigners say fight goes on to oppose supermarket

Campaigners say fight goes on to oppose supermarket

The fight is not yet over for a local campaign group, as they call for a re-assessment on the decision made on proposals for a new supermarket... Read More


February 01 2013 Behind the scenes at the North Baths site

Behind the scenes at the North Baths site

Despite the recent plunge in temperatures, work has continued to progress at the Bristol North Baths site, as Bishopstonvoice found out on a tour behind the scenes at the development... Read More


February 01 2013

Gloucester Road traders urged to sign up to online link

A Facebook page has been set up by a local shop owner for the Gloucester Road community... Read More


February 01 2013 Head teacher urges parents to look beyond 'headline' figures

Head teacher urges parents to look beyond 'headline' figures

League tables for secondary schools are at best over-simplistic and at worst seriously misleading for parents, a Bristol head teacher has said... Read More