Dr Mark Allen writes:

I was very pleased to have the opportunity to speak to The Bishopston Society back in September and enjoyed the evening. Sadly, shortly afterwards, Dr Mike Archer announced his resignation which was a great disappointment to his colleagues and patients alike.

Below are three topics taken from the recent e-news from local Lib Dem councillors, Fi Hance and Sylvia Townsend.

   Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement in England reports: "This week over 4,000 enquiries have been submitted by communities across the country, in order to find out about having local facilities listed as 'assets of community value'.

After 53 years, the Cheltenham Road Library is closing.

Last year the Council issued the press statement below about leaves and drains which may be worth repeating again this year.

 Residents’ Meeting with GCCC, 15th October 2013

Two Bishopston Society committee members were shown round the Baths site on Sept 4th.

Anti-social and nuisance behaviour, although not common in St Andrews Park, has become an increasing problem in the summer months, particularly for those living on the roads immediately adjacent to the park.

A first time visitor to St Andrews Park will almost certainly be impressed with the number, size and variety of its trees.  While it is a relatively small park, it is well endowed with trees thanks to its Victorian creators.

Behind the smart blue hoardings on the Gloucester Road, work is proceeding apace on the conversion of the Bristol North Baths    into a health centre and the construction of the new Bishopston Library.

 

 

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