aboutusaimsThe Bishopston Society promotes high standards of planning and architecture in and around Bishopston, and aims to secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of features of historic and/or public interest.

aboutuscommitteeThe Bishopston Society is a membership organisation with over 170 members and an active committee with a range of interests and local knowledge.

The committee is composed of interested volunteers, who work on their own special responsibilities as well as collectively. Its members are elected annually at the Society's AGM.

The updated and amended constitution,as approved at the Special General Meeting held on 25 March 2013, may be downloaded here (PDF)  

packedhallThe Bishopston Society was formed in 2002 by local residents who were concerned at the growth of planning applications for houses to be built in back gardens. 

Our web site has had a revamp!

A minor revamp of The Bishopston Society's web site went live today following a 'backroom' effort by our web group over the last few weeks.

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