Trees in park There are many options for getting involved in this major project to improve the City's environment. You can find out more here

green transport 2 Martin Garrett, Chair of Transport for Greater Bristol Alliance (TFGB) and a member of Friends of Bristol Suburban Railways (FOSBR) gave a wide ranging fact, filled talk. What follows includes some of the main points and issues he raised.

library See here for dates, times and further information.


Greening High street A talk giving advice and answering questions on how to improve the environment along the Gloucester Road. Details on the poster above.

Berkeley Road and Muller buildings 2 Chris Stephens has been a Bishopston resident for nearly 50 years. He reminds us of how much the area has changed in that time and of the valuable work of the Bishopston Resident's Association, a precursor of The Bishopston Society, in saving and preserving the area from the ravages of developers.

Walkability This thorough and detailed survey reports on the experience of the pedestrian on Gloucester Road, Bristol between its junctions with Zetland Road and Berkeley/Sommerville Roads, which forms a local high street for the semi-suburban district of Bishopston. Read the full report here

P1060458 CopyGood news that Fay's Tea Garden cafe successfully won the bid for the cafe contract for St Andrews Park.

Allotment PlotThis latest newsletter includes latest newsletter details of their Spring Fair.


Gloucester Road xxBristol City Council has been given £80,000 from a £9.75 million government fund to back council efforts in cleaning up high streets and town centres across the country. The Council are proposing to work in partnership with existing community groups to undertake community-led high street and town centre cleans.

BTPThe originally locally based Bristol company, Boston Tea Party, has not allowed financial loss from their policy of not using single use coffee cups to change their stance on this issue. See more on the story here