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March 25 2019

Be a superhero for Bristol's hospice

The Midnight Walk walk returns on Saturday 13 July and is celebrating 10 years of wonder women and superstars walking to raise vital funds for Bristol’s St Peter’s Hospice with a superhero theme... Read More


March 25 2019

Triathlete Chrissie encourages girls to reach for the stars

“There are no limits when it comes to achieving your goals” was the inspirational message from Chrissie Wellington OBE, former professional triathlete and four-time Iron Man Triathlon World Champion, when she visited Redmaids’ High Junior School... Read More


March 25 2019

It's all systems go for Trinity Academy

Cathedral Schools Trust has announced that the funding agreement for Trinity Academy in Lockleaze was signed with the Department for Education at the end of February. This is the final key milestone in the journey to open for Year 7 pupils in September 2019. .. Read More


March 25 2019

‘Good’ rating for Ashley Down Primary School

ASHLEY DOWN Primary School has been rated ‘Good’ at its first Ofsted inspection for 10 years... Read More


March 25 2019

FHS wins award for young carer support

Fairfield High School (FHS) in Bristol has been given an award for its work to ensure students don’t miss out on an education because they are young carers... Read More


March 25 2019

New firefighter apprenticeships launched

The two-year model is being produced by the Learning and Development Operational Training team who will also deliver the practical firefighter training... Read More


March 25 2019

Horfield Primary pupils lend a helping hand to local care home

A local primary school has named the suites at a brand new care home in Southmead... Read More


March 25 2019

Campaigners for disabled young people visit Houses of Parliament

The Listening Partnership is a group of young people in Bristol with special educational needs or disabilities aged 13-19 years old, or up to age 25 with learning difficulties. The group meet every week to discuss how they can improve the lives of young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The forum creates the opportunity for the young people to directly feedback their ideas to the people who make the decisions that may affect their life. .. Read More


March 25 2019

Fruit for all in small spaces

If you eat fruit in season – you’ll be aware of the hungry gap. This time of year when stored apples and pears have been eaten up, or will soon be past their best. Thanks be to rhubarb! Pink stalks drawn from the soil by longer days. They perk up the last of the wrinkled apples and frozen summer berries... Read More


March 25 2019

New BID for Gloucester Road fails

Out of a total number of 251 eligible businesses in Gloucester Road BID area 125 votes were cast. With 59 supporting votes, 47% of businesses voted in favour of the BID... Read More