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January 24 2019 Projects for vulnerable share in £50,000  Tampon Tax funding

Projects for vulnerable share in £50,000 Tampon Tax funding

Seven local projects working with some of society’s most vulnerable women and girls have received a much-needed funding boost through Quartet Community Foundation... Read More


January 24 2019

Chance to share your ideas

Have you got ideas or suggestions for your library and its building? .. Read More


January 24 2019

Central Library opening hours

Bishopston, Cotham and Redland residents are being asked to consider whether they would like to see Bristol’s Central Library return to opening seven days a week... Read More


January 24 2019

News from Friends of Bishopston Library

Our 2019 programme has a range of interesting events, some of which are listed below. We are kicking off the year with something a bit different... Read More


January 24 2019

Readers go to the movies

Books that became films, books about films, autobiographies of people who make films: an expert panel discussed ‘Books & the Cinema’ at Redland Library’s latest Desert Island Books event. .. Read More


January 24 2019

The books that made us

The Friends of Redland Library are departing from their successful Desert Island Books theme and hosting a new strand of event entitled – “Books that made me a …”. .. Read More


January 24 2019

Family history group proposed

Researching Your Family History events organised by the Friends of Redland Library have been a great success with all three events being fully booked with people travelling from across Bristol to attend... Read More


January 24 2019 PCC visits TheDolphin School to hand over St Paul's Carnival Pride award

PCC visits TheDolphin School to hand over St Paul's Carnival Pride award

Pupils from The Dolphin School in Bristol were excited to welcome Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Avon and Somerset, Sue Mountstevens, who presented them with a PCC Pride Award on January 15 for their extensive contribution and support to the St Paul's 50th Anniversary Carnival celebrations last summer... Read More


January 24 2019

Founding headteacher of RGS moves to new role

Sarah Baker, who has been headteacher at Redland Green since the school was built in 2006, took up a new role at the start of 2019 as chief executive of the Gatehouse Green Learning Trust, the new multi academy trust of which RGS is now a member. .. Read More


January 24 2019 Pupils tuck in to bagels as school pioneers breakfast programme

Pupils tuck in to bagels as school pioneers breakfast programme

The programme launched on January 14 whereby all pupils are offered a free breakfast bagel when they arrive at school to ensure they are settled and ready to learn... Read More