Comm garden spring fairThe sun has been shining!  The birds are singing! Everything is growing! It can only mean one thing!  Yup yup - the Spring fair is just around the corner!  Saturday 7th May 1-4. Can you help? We need you! We rely on you lovely people! Cake bakers, pizza makers, face painters, gate keepers, plant donaters - all of you! 

Trees in park The Bristol Tree Forum secretary writes:

Dear Friend of Bristol's trees - At the most recent TreeForum meeting I had to sit down. 8 years we have waited, and now just as I was losing hope, the Council Officers presented a process outlining how to get trees planted in Bristol: in streets, car parks, verges, parks everywhere and anywhere!

levels Perhaps not on the immediate doorstep of Bishopston, but arguably the nearest large scale area of landscape to North Bristol, the Lower Severn Vale Levels are now being restored by a major conservation project - 'A Forgotten Landscape'.

Walk fest The countdown is on for Bristol Walk Fest 2016, which features more than 170 of the best walks in and around Bristol.  Now in its fourth year, the festival will run from Sunday 1 to Tuesday 31 May.

  old photo houses  Readers of this website may be interested in the talk/workshop organised by the Bristol Record Office:  An introduction to house history. Saturday 16 April 2016, 10am to noon (£15, concessions £12)

Floodlights seen from Cricklade Road - Copy A letter from the Gloucester County Cricket Club has been sent out to local residents in the area around the Cricket Ground which gives details of a meeting with the Club management and also includes a fixture list with a note of floodlit matches.

Memorial ground 1 2 With the recent purchase by Wael Al-Qadi of the Bristol Rovers Football Club and its old Memorial Ground site, which has been listed as an Asset of Community Value, it looks as if there is the real possibility of a sympathetic development of the site. The Bishopston Society has written to the new owner and the Club's Board of Directors.

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The Bristol Record Office, established in 1924, was the first borough record office in the UK. It looks after the official archives of the City of Bristol, besides collecting and preserving many other records relating to the city and surrounding area for current and future generations to consult.

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Please come to the Living Room / The Outfield meeting and brief Sustainable Bishopston AGM kindly hosted by BOSTON TEA PARTY, 293 Gloucester Road at 6:30 - 8pm Thursday 17th March

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Bike ride around Environmental Award winning buildings - Saturday 5th March. Peter Weeks will lead a ride around the city looking at Award-winning buildings and other new architecture with a slant towards 'green' buildings.


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