Severn beach lineThis talk is an event organised by the organisation working to restore the heritage of our 'local levels'  of the Lower Severn Vale  - 'A Forgotten Landscape'.

bristol houses

Learn the skills to explore the history of Bristol’s homes using archive sources held at Bristol Archives. Further information can be found here

old bristolThis expert led walk is one of several that look at various aspects of Bristol's history. Further details about subjects, dates and times can be found here

 

Bristol Heritage ForumFollowing the inaugural conference in October 2016, the workshop will focus on how the Bristol Heritage Forum should be organised and what its remit should be. More information on this event can be found here

airpollution

A feasibility study into creating a Clean Air Zone for the Bristol area will begin soon following a successful government funding bid for £500k from Bristol and South Gloucestershire councils. More details on this can be found here

AirVictoriaThe contentious issue of air pollution, and how it affects our lives in Bishopston, is to be examined with expert help at The Bishopston Society's next public meeting taking place on Tuesday 4th April 2017, organised jointly with Sustainable Bishopston.

cover2017janJANUARY 2017

..... air quality takes centre stage, with an emphasis on Bristol, with three articles on this theme.  Also, an update on the Bishopston Society strategy consultations, progress for SENDaWelcome, and possibly the last Neighbourhood Partnership report ....

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OurJourney

The Bishopston Society has extended a key consultation into the public domain.

We've recently been on a journey reviewing what we do, why, and how we can do it better. We've recently consulted our members on this journey, via our members-only newsletter and at our November 2016 public meeting.

LinkAgeBRISTOL ENERGY/LINKAGE EVENT FOR THE OVER 55’S ON TUESDAY JAN 31ST 1.30-3.30pm

WWLogoThe annual walking trail is back again! Pick up a map and wander the illuminated streets at your leisure.
 

Residents, local businesses and community groups will light up their windows and gardens for the third time in the Bishopston area on Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th February 2017 5.30 – 9pm

 

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