Park trees 2

This is an emergency meeting being held by Bristol Tree Forum in response to the recent decision by the council to stop maintaining Bristol's street trees. More information on this issue and about the meeting can be found here

Stokes Croft Westmoreland House Nov 12 3   CopyDon't hold your breath, but it really does look like action to demolish Westermoreland House in Stokes Cross is finally about to take place on this notorious local eyesore. More information can be found here

ClairCity Logo AW 08What should Bristol’s future look like? What should we do about traffic and air pollution? What do we need from our future houses, communities and neighbourhoods?

Are electric cars the answer? Do we need to dig up all the roads? How might walking alternatives work? What about better trains or even trams, Yo bikes…..?

Join in a special event to find out more about air pollution, our health and the future, and to have a say in deciding how Bristol should tackle the problem.

joinusThe Bishopston Society has announced a modest increase in membership subscription rates.

The level of subscriptions has been held since 2013, but in that time costs have continued to increase.

Also, the Society is incurring additional costs related to its activities, such as the website and costs of insurance for public meetings.

bristol map A talk by Jeff Bishop at 7.30pm. Friends Meeting House, Hampton Road

Further details can be found here

civic society awards Hosted by Kevin McCloud (Grand Designs, Restoration of the Year), well known designer, presenter and developer. 

Date: 10 June 2017Green city 2
Venue: The Suite, M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol, BS1 4RN
Time: 11:00 - 14:30

Further details can be found here

SEvern levels

Almost on our doorstep, the Lower Severn Vale Levels make up a unique 'local' landscape that has been neglected in the past but is now being actively  conserved and restored.

car exhaust pollutionGiven the concerns about air pollution within Bishopston expressed in The Bishopston’s Society’s public meeting on April 4th 2017, and given that part of the solution will inevitably be political, The Bishopston Society put the following question to the “Metro mayor” candidates at hustings organised by Bristol Women’s Voice on Monday April 25th :

There was no hot air felt at the Bishopston Society’s latest meeting, despite its focus on air pollution controversies such as alleged inaction in the face of death rates.

 

We use cookies to improve our website and your experience when using it. To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our privacy policy.

  I accept cookies from this site.
EU Cookie Directive Module Information