TBS meeting 1The evening, which was aimed at celebrating the wide range of local cultural amenities and activities, was already buzzing with conversations well before the meeting had officially begun, this while the exhibitors were variously setting up their displays. Conditions were clearly ideal for some serious networking.

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Thursday 20 June is national Clean Air Day in Britain.

Clean Air Bishopston is running a series of local activities throughout the day. The aim is to get people in the community to think about the issue of air pollution and cleaner air whilst at the same time doing something interesting.

bristol big give volunteer 2What is Bristol Big Give? The project is a collaboration between University of Bristol, University of Bristol Students’ Union (Bristol SU), University of the West of England and UWE Students’ Union (UWESU) and is part of the Love Where You Live campaign.

TBSCelebratesOur Celebration of Bishopston Culture taking place on Tuesday 2nd April has met with a goodly response from contributors to the local social and culture scene, who are looking forward to meeting you at Gloucester County Cricket Ground from 7.15 for a 7.30pm start.

Participants will encounter "exhibitors" who have now been lined up from a wide range of areas, including literature, art, photography, theatre, music, gardening and growing, local history, and community & media.

GRBIDThe Gloucester Road Business Improvement District represents around 250 traders in the Gloucester Road. It has just taken a ballot by its members that  shows by a very narrow margin they do not wish to support the continuation of the BID.

Floodlights seen from Cricklade Road   CopyWe hope to see many of you at the Residents' Meeting at 6.30pm on Thursday 21st March in the Premier Lounge of the Bristol Pavilion, Cricket Ground, Nevil Road. We have recently discovered that the Cricket Club has applied to increase its floodlight usage for 2019 from 15 times to 17 times, including 2 practice sessions.

streetsceneBISHOPSTON, COTHAM & REDLAND STREETSCENE VOLUNTEER GROUP NEWSLETTER –March 2019.

1.The next BCR Street Scene “drop-in” session is at Bishopston Library on Monday March 11th, 4.30 to 6 pm.

2.Fly-tipping: If you discover or witness fly tipping, here is what you can do to help.....


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 ......after an insight into planned priorities for the Society in 2019, we address the futures of the Gloucester Road and St Andrews Park.  The forthcoming celebration of Bishopston Culture at the next public meeting is signalled, and we hear about the work of the Bishopston and St Andrews Traffic and Parking Group....

This newsletter will be available to the public to download here at the end of March and is available only for members until then....

Join us to get your free copy now!

Bristol transportThree speakers will be providing an up to date survey bringing together reports on all the latest developments, initiatives and future plans for improving Bristol's transport problems. Full details for the evening event can be found here

uk climate change protestThe IPCC tells us that climate change is the biggest threat humans have ever faced and we need to stay below 1.5 degrees of warming. But what does that mean? Details of the first talk - 'Where Are We With Climate Change' and of the other talks are here

 

 

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