garden CopyJune is a favourite time for seeing gardens at their best, so this year Bishopston Garden Group are opening their gardens for charity on Sunday June 10th, from 2 – 5pm.

Egerton road treesTwo diseased trees in Egerton Road need to be replaced. But Council money for replacement has stopped. Crowdfunding has recently been successfully used to find money for replacement trees in Longmead Avenue, Maple Road and Berkeley Road and now the appeal for Egerton Road has reached its target.

GlosRdsceneNext open meeting Thursday 12 April, 12.30-1.45pm, at Joes Bakery. Are you worried about shoplifting, anti-social behaviour, CCTV availability, street begging? Come and talk to local police officer, Andy Stamp. Find out about plans at Gloucester Road Central.

cricket matchResidents' Meeting with Cricket Club - Thursday 26th April 7pm

Dear HowZat? Supporter. As some of you will already know, the Cricket Club has agreed to hold a meeting with local residents on Thursday 26th April at 7 pm in the Jessop Suite at the Cricket Ground. Local Councillors have also been invited.

FOHCThis is a very active group of volunteers who have successfully developed a series of ambitious initiatives to improve the facilities and biodiversity of Horfield Common. For more information on this group's activities, go to FOHC

berkeleyroadtreesA Bristol neighbourhood has ranked in the top five places to live in the whole of the South West region in a prestigious list. The leafy suburb of Bishopston is fourth in The Sunday Times’ list of the best places to live in the South West.

bristol parks forumBristol Parks Forum latest newsletter includes pieces on: City Nature Challenge, Protecting heritage Lottery funding for parks and the Bristol Local Plan's proposals for Specially Protected Local Green Spaces and Reserved Open Spaces.

P1040786 CopyIf you haven’t yet seen this petition from the Parks Alliance via 38 degrees, we hope you will sign it. We need all the support that we can get in opposing the cuts to parks in Bristol. See petition here

electric vehicle charging points As part of its Go Ultra-Low West (GULW) programme, Bristol City Council aims to use its funding to install around 120 new public electric vehicle charging points across Bath and North-East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

A local community group, Let's Walk Bishopston, has researched, developed and published a series of attractive local walking maps.


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